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At Ius Laboris, we recognise that increasing numbers of organisations have global operations. These international businesses create a growing need for staff to travel for business meetings, take on longer term work assignments abroad or relocate to foreign jurisdictions. Our immigration guide has been created to assist you in managing a global workforce and help with the planning of international assignments, transfers and secondments.
A socio-economic need has arisen for overseas labour as foreign investment grows. As a result, businesses look beyond their borders to source necessary skills and knowledge. This shift in employment means that organisations need to have sound immigration strategies, especially since border control remains high on the agenda of many governments. Our guide addresses visas, work permits (including the application procedure and necessary documents) and lawful stay for dependents. With the Ius Laboris immigration guide, you can stay abreast of the issues that directly influence your workforce immigration policies.
The consequences of non-compliance with immigration control are becoming more severe, and it’s imperative your business implements good forward planning to operate efficiently and avoid sanctions for non-compliance . Our immigration guide provides a country by country breakdown of all content so you can find the information most relevant to your business operations. It introduces each jurisdiction with a historical timeline, to help you better understand the shifts in immigration law applicable to your country of operations.
Canada - Mexico - United States
Central & South America:
Argentina - Brazil - Colombia - Panama - Peru - Venezuela
Austria - Belgium - Cyprus - Denmark - Finland - France - Germany - Greece - Ireland - Italy - Luxembourg - Netherlands - Norway - Portugal - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - United Kingdom
Czech Republic - Estonia - Hungary - Latvia - Poland - Russia - Slovakia - Turkey - Ukraine
Middle East & Asia Pacific:
China - India - Israel - New Zealand - Singapore - United Arab Emirates
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