France is going all in to help its startups compete globally for talent (feat. the new French Tech Visa for Employees) Talent is the hottest issue for startups today. What is the problem in France and how serious is it Read More
In June this year, the Home Secretary announced the broad outlines of the new “Settled Status” for European nationals and their families. After a long period of uncertainty, a little clarity is finally brought on this very delicate and important Read More
In the July 2018 Newsletter we take a look at outsourcing of visa application processing implemented by French consulates in the US and the improvement of secondment employees work conditions within the EU. We also present a snapshot of the Read More
Executive Relocations was present at the EuRA 2018 conference in Dubrovnik (Croatia) which brings together all the major players in international relocation. It is an opportunity for Executive Relocations to meet and exchange with all its partners in the world Read More
French proficiency requirements announced for resident card applicants. The decree of 21 February 2018 relayed the required level of proficiency in French in order to obtain a resident card or a resident card marked ‘long-term resident – EU’, and came Read More
In our March 2018 newsletter we share new immigration news around the world, including the change in work visa conditions in Brazil, visa delays in China and a new biometric card issued in Ivory Coast.
Executive Relocations was pleased to exhibit at the Worldwide ERC’s 2017 Global Workforce Symposium from September 27 to 29 2017, in Chicago, Illinois. Like every year, we had the pleasure to offer delegates an african native stuffed animal when visiting our booth.
Executive Relocations will exhibit at the Worldwide ERC’s 2017 Global Workforce Symposium in Chicago, Illinois.
Meet us from September 27 to 29 2017 at the Hyatt Regency,151 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60601.
BOOTH #342 (click for floor plan)
Delegates will once again receive a stuffed animal when visiting…