L’immigration globale à l’aune d’une Europe post Brexit
This post originated from The Huffington Post. January 25, 2017
The Law on the Rights of Foreigners in France of 7 March 2016 and the decrees and orders of 28 October 2016 established the legislative and regulatory framework for the new procedures for professional immigration, specifying in particular the new procedures and the lists of documents to be provided. The circulars of 2 November 2016 provide details on the priority orientations which should guide the administration in the application of these texts.
The first texts implementing the law on the right of foreigners in France were published Oct 28, 2016.
The areas concerned by the suppression of work permits when the activities are planned for less than 90 days have been defined.
The implementation of consular procedures for the “Talent Passport” and “Intra-Company Transfer- ICT” visas may cause delays for these categories.
Corporate LiveWire – Special Immigration Law Roundtable with six experts from within the European Union- October 2016