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Brexit: What does it mean for immigration?

Companies cannot wait for the picture to become clear. They need to start now: assessing how Brexit might affect their business and future strategy; defining what risks might emerge; and outlining how best to address these challenges. How do you assess Brexit’s impact on immigration considerations?
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Sending employees abroad: 8 questions you must ask!

Do you know the feeling of uncertainty when sending employees across borders? Today, short-term business trips or longer projects go hand in hand with complex and challenging regulations that are subject to frequent changes. Non-compliance often leads to significant sanctions.
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Sending employees abroad – what you need to know

Sending employees abroad might constitute a permanent establishment abroad, i.e. the Swiss entity becomes liable to income tax in the host country.
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Swiss Immigration: Practice tightening following quota reduction

In late 2014 the Swiss federal council announced that the 2015 work permit quota would be reduced considerably, which led to a severe tightening in Switzerland’s immigration practice. In this article you will find an overview of the most important changes in immigration practice that took place in the first half of 2015.
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Impact of the falling Euro exchange rate on Swiss immigration matters

Every inbound assignee must be paid a salary that meets Swiss reference salary requirements for the time working in Switzerland. Thus, salaries currently paid in euro bear the risk to turn out to be too low and therefore not to be compliant anymore as a consequence of the decision of the SNB.
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Swiss Immigration Outlook 2015

As of January 1st 2015 only few changes in Swiss Immigration Law will become effective. But those few changes, in particular the reduction of work permit quotas, will have drastic consequences. The following shall give you an overview of the changes and their impact as well as related mitigation recommendations.
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