Business focused legal analysis and insight in the most significant jurisdictions worldwide
A second edition of The Corporate Immigration Review has just been published. The prestigious eBook is an invaluable source of information for in-house counsel and private practitioners who wish to remain current in global business immigration, as it continues to change and expand.
The Corporate Immigration Review focuses on worldwide business immigration policies; with various chapters centered on procedures and rules applying to economic migrants. The eBook also includes changes to primary legislation processes and looks at significant cases that have been determined by the relevant courts.
As an annual publication, each chapter includes an overview of key developments over the past 12-months and concludes with possible future outcomes.
Editor Chris Magrath, senior partner of the London based law practice Magrath LLP and international lecturer on immigration and employment issues, commissioned contributors from various countries to lend a broader perspective of worldwide business immigration practices and policies.
According to Magrath there are 26-global jurisdictions covered in the 2nd edition and every contributing author is a recognized legal expert in his or her field and country/countries of practice. Among the many international contributing lawyers are:
- Enrique Arellano Rincón, Enrique Arellano Rincón Abogados, SC, Mexico
- Anne O’Donoghue, Vania Jacinto and Esther Shin, Immigration Solutions Lawyers, Australia
- Gunther Mävers, Mütze Korsch Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, Germany
- Stephen J O Maltby and Ellen L Poreda, Gibney, Anthony & Flaherty LLP, USA
- Sam M Bayat and Thibault Cadro, Bayat Legal Services, Canada
- Karl Waheed, Karl Waheed Avocats, France
During the compilation of the eBook, Magrath says he was struck by anti-immigration policies talking hold across the world. The editor blamed global economic uncertainty for placing immigration at the forefront of political debate.
He also notes that even China and India have introduced more restrictive immigration measures to make it harder for foreigners to live and work in their countries.
“Paradoxically, all countries seek to attract what the UK government calls the brightest and the best’ from overseas.”
“The same can be said for those with substantial wealth who wish to dispose of at least part of it in their destinations of choice.”
Magrath concludes by saying “we hope that the information set out within this publication remains of value to those who practice business migration.”
The Corporate Immigration Review – 2nd Edition eBook is available for download on a Kindle here
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The eBook published in the United Kingdom by Law Business Research Ltd, London was overseen by Publisher, Gideon Roberton and Editor-In-Chief, Callum Campbell. It sells for: £225 (GBP)