Welcome to the ninth edition of Corporate Immigration. Immigration continues to dominate global news headlines. Business faces challenges in moving people globally, particularly for short-term assignments.
The immigration debate in Europe continues to be dominated by Brexit and the uncertainty around EU citizens living in the United Kingdom, as well as British citizens living in Europe. In the United States, the borders remain a hot political topic, and we expect this to remain so as the 2020 election year looms.
At PwC, we are very aware of the challenges the increasingly restrictive immigration landscape poses to business – both small and large firms globally. Having access to the most up-to-date information has thus never been more important. Corporate Immigration remains an indispensable guide to immigration for the global mobility sector. We hope that you find this country-by-country and regional overview of immigration rules and changes of interest, and welcome you to this 2020 edition.