The days of plunging blindly into overseas markets are far behind us. While the opportunities to do business internationally are still immeasurable, there are clearly defined barriers to entry in the shape of immigration compliance. In the current environment, it is essential to partner with mobility experts to ensure that you are fully compliant when seeking to reap the benefits of international commerce.
Creating a thriving company in today’s global marketplace means filling every position with the most qualified employees available. For the most successful companies, this means drawing from a truly international talent pool. Our mission is to facilitate, in its entirety, the utilisation of non-national professionals by companies internationally. This means that both your company, and your employees, can get on with the task of developing your business without the time consuming distraction of navigating immigration legislation.
An up-to-date, combined knowledge of not only Dutch, but also international immigration law is essential for both minimizing costs, and avoiding legal pitfalls. In most jurisdictions there are numerous bureaucratic processes to be undertaken before an employees can begin working and living in a country of which they are not native. Our team of both tax and immigration lawyers can ensure that these time consuming procedures are expedited effectively, and are on hand to answer any and all of your questions should they arise.
Our fully integrated immigration solution includes:
- Entry Clearance Visas
- Work Permits
- Residence Permits
- Departure and De-Registration Procedures
- Immigration Compliance
Our international network of industry leading immigration specialists ensures that we can deliver these services effectively anywhere in the world.
Global HR & Mobility Market Updates
Last week news: the latest update on the global HR & Mobility Market
– Netherlands and Switzerland sign minutes to alter tax treaty
– Netherlands signs new tax treaty with Ireland
– Tax filing and payment deadlines for individuals – extended in Argentina
The UK Migration Advisory Committee recommends large increase in Shortage Occupation List
The release of the recent Migration Advisory Committee report is yet another tangible piece of analysis that calls into question the economic wisdom of Britain’s decision to leave the EU.