International Immigration Consulting
At Executive Mobility Group our mission is simple, to work hard every day to be the leaders in our industry. We navigate every obstacle in order to quickly get expat employees up and running in their new roles.
The Executive Mobility Group provides assistance to both expatriates and employers who are faced with the task of complying with immigration legislation. For all stakeholders involved in expatriate living and employment, receiving up to date advice on legal procedures is essential. Our specialist lawyers are experienced in balancing between corporate interest, legal compliance as well as finding out of the box solutions that work.
Through its legal experts, EMG possess unparalleled experience in the minutiae of Dutch immigration law and, through our global network of expert partners and state of the art technology, we can provide an equally comprehensive service in immigration compliance internationally. We understand the impact lost productivity can have, and as such we ensure the efficient processing of work permits and residence permits. This allows your business to function at its best while our experts determine the optimal solution for more long term relocation.
Prominent among our team are Dutch Immigration Law specialists highly experienced in assisting in all related matters, including:
- Global Immigration Planning
- Work Permits
- Residence Permits
- De-Registration Procedures
- Immigration Compliance
An essential element of our success is that our team consists of both tax and immigration lawyers. This collaboration of professionals can ensure that your business will not experience tax disadvantages while establishing your optimum immigration solution.
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.