Corporate Immigration Law

Corporate Immigration Law : A Practitioner's Guide

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Countries across the globe are increasingly imposing restrictions on the immigration of international workers. International corporations must now be well-informed of host country requirements and formalities to avoid costly delays to their projects. Corporate Immigration Law: A Practitioner's Guide provides lawyers with a comprehensive resource for navigating international human resources management and comparative research on the immigration law landscape. Covering twenty-nine countries, Corporate Immigration Law provides readers with a wealth of information on jurisdiction-specific corporate immigration laws. Written by practicing lawyers in each country, this two volume set collates a concise overview of corporate immigration regimes and provides a useful tool for anyone seeking a better understanding of the field.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 1185 pages
  • 163 x 240 x 63mm | 1,874g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0195367200
  • 9780195367201

About Bettina Offer

Bettina Offer, LL.M, is the founding partner of Offer & Mastmann, Frankfurt, Germany, and has been a member of the German Bar Association since 2000. She received her legal education at the University of Giessen, University of Warwick, and University of Wisconsin-Madison. She frequently speaks on current corporate immigration issues at national and international conferences and has published in both German and English on German immigration law. Shalini Agarwal, LL.B, LL.M, is a partner at Clasis Law, New Delhi, India, and has been a member of the New Delhi Bar since 1990. Shalini received her legal education at the University of New Delhiand Cambridge University. She frequently appears as a speaker on current corporate immigration and employment issues at national and international conferences on various topics related to doing business in India.show more

Table of contents

VOLUME 1; CONTRIBUTORS; 1. AUSTRIA; 2. BELGIUM; 3. BULGARIA; 4. EUROPEAN UNION; 5. FRANCE; 6. GERMANY; 7. GREECE; 8. ITALY; 9. NETHERLANDS; 10. NORWAY; 11. RUSSIA; 12. SPAIN; 13. SWITZERLAND; 14. UNITED KINGDOM; 15. UKRAINE; VOLUME 2; CONTRIBUTORS; 1. ARGENTINA; 2. AUSTRALIA; 3. BRAZIL; 4. CANADA; 5. CHINA; 6. INDIA; 7. ISRAEL; 8. MALAYSIA; 9. MEXICO; 10. NIGERIA; 11. SOUTH AFRICA; 12. TURKEY; 13. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES; 14. UNITED STATESshow more