The world of work is changing. In a global economy people are an increasingly valuable source of sustainable competitive advantage. Organisations need to transform to attract, inspire, motivate, manage, develop and reward their people – or face losing their most valuable assets. We help forward-looking businesses do this by providing our Immigration and International assignment services.
PwC global immigration network has over 600 immigration specialists in 126 countries worldwide. Our experienced team comprises lawyers, human resource professionals and consultants with a wide range of immigration expertise.
The network is coordinated from a central hub in London, with regional hubs in Mexico, Singapore, South Africa and Russia, ensuring our specialists operate in a cohesive nature and enabling timely updates on legislative changes from around the world.
Our practice has close links with government authorities around the world, and we are often actively consulted and invited to contribute to the formulation or testing of new immigration rules or legislation. We provide a forum for our clients to discuss recent regulatory changes and future initiatives, and to provide any feedback based on our own and our clients’ use and understanding of immigration processes and regulations.
We are closely aligned to the PwC global tax network and fully understand the impact of immigration status on an expatriates' tax position. We can provide fully integrated tax and immigration services on a global basis.
If the client would like written advice that exhaustively describes the process of obtaining a temporary residence permit in the client’s particular case so that he himself can then file the documents and settle all the formalities according to our advice, we offer the following solution.
In complicated circumstances we add the following services to those described above.
In the case of special clients that are extremely busy, the Latvian Immigration Act permits minimal client involvement in preparing the required documents.
In this case, we can handle all the formalities with government officials under a notarised power of attorney so that the client only prepares any documents we are unable to prepare for him (such as obtaining documents of a private nature and affixing an Apostille) and the client makes his biometric data available to the CMO.
As part of this service, in addition to the steps outlined above, we will –
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