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The Corporate Immigration Review, covering 20 jurisdictions worldwide, is the first major legal guide to 21st century global immigration issues. The prevailing global economic uncertainty since the 2008 financial crisis has ignited significant debate across the world’s media and political classes on the desirability of bringing foreign nationals into local jurisdictions to participate in local labour markets. Immigration remains at the forefront of political debate in Europe, the Americas and Asia.
The purpose of each chapter is to present the immigration framework of a given jurisdiction, including an outline of government policy and the types of visas available. The introductory paragraphs establish the key mechanisms and authorities that administer immigration control in the host country with reference to primary legislation, relevant policy guidelines, published immigration rules, etc. This is followed by an outline of the main public authorities in administering immigration control.
Chapters also feature a section dedicated to a review of the key developments over the preceding 12 months. Expert local counsels discuss the political developments and policies that have been witnessed, citing key cases and changes in legislation, before concluding with an outlook for the future.
As our globalised economy continues to develop, immigration systems will vary and change, as will the nature of the professional legal advice needed to resolve the issues. This annual review will be invaluable to those who need to keep abreast of the changing systems.