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Immigration & mobility

A large number of statutory regulations and little-known administrative guidelines mean that immigration laws can be confusing, as well as politically charged. As an employer you need to be fully aware of the provisions relating to the transfer, or recruitment, of overseas nationals. At the heart of our approach is a commitment to finding you a commercial solution. This does not necessarily involve making the obvious application. Long- and short-term aims also need to be considered in order to place the right people in the right place at the right time.

Our highly experienced Mobility team advises both corporate and individual clients on all aspects of entry to or remaining in key jurisdictions such as the UK, Germany, France, China and Dubai. Our advice covers global mobility in its widest sense and as well as permanent moves covers matters such as postings, secondments and international employment contracts. Our clients come from all over the world and range from individuals to large multinationals. We have also developed a thriving practice supporting our Private Wealth team on mobility and immigration matters for wealthy individuals who increasingly regard themselves as global citizens.

We can help you on every aspect of corporate immigration and nationality law.

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