from April 24 to 26, 2014 in Toronto, Canada
The increase in short term international labour mobility triggers responsibility for employers to ensure that short term workers/visitors, including permanent staff, have immigration permission to work or do business in the receiving country.
All industrialised countries have established national immigration laws, rules and policies designed to meet their economic, employment, social, cultural, protectionism, security and political goals. These together with extensive immigration overhauls in many jurisdiction place an onerous and costly burden on employers who must navigate the innumerable, multifarious and distinctive immigration regulations to ensure they and their employees, short term or otherwise, are compliant with the immigration laws in their jurisdictions.
This seminar will address immigration short term labour mobility rules in key jurisdictions and the most important legal issues that employers should consider when transferring personnel internationally.
All the information will be available on the AIJA website: http://www.aija.org/events/aijauia-joint-seminar-immigration-and-nationality/