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亞太區移民法

世勤香港事務所為亞太區內客戶提供質素優越、合符成本效益的全球流動及移民建議。

我們的移民法及全球流動律師處理整個亞太地區內大規模員工調動、全球借調及外派工作,經驗豐富。律師團隊具備頂級技術能力、能敏銳察覺文化差異的問題及其可能為項目帶來的影響。我們能以不同語言為客戶提供建議,包括英語、國語、廣東話及日語。

更具價值的是,我們的國際移民法及全球流動律師具備所有主要司法轄區的專業知識,在您調動員工的事項上,作為建議的獨一來源及直接聯絡單位。我們會與您緊密合作,助您規劃及有效管理項目,確保您能在對的時間,把適合的員工調派至適當的司法轄區。

我們的律師亦能為亞太區企業及個人客戶解決英國及歐洲全球流動/移民問題。

 


 

Our Hong Kong office offers high quality and cost-effective global mobility and immigration support across the APAC region.

Our immigration and global mobility lawyers have in-depth experience in handling large scale transfers of staff, global secondments and expatriate assignments throughout the APAC region. Our lawyers’ have first class technical ability and understand the cultural sensitivities that may impact an assignment. We can advise clients in a range of languages including English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Japanese. 

Our international immigration and global lawyers add value by deploying expert knowledge in all key jurisdictions, providing you with a single source of advice and a direct contact for the coordination of staff transfers. Working closely with you, we can help you map out your project and manage it effectively ensuring that you can place your people in the right jurisdictions at the right time. 

Our lawyers can also provide APAC based businesses and individuals with advice on UK and European global mobility/immigration issues. 

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