Post-Brexit business visitors and working in France, Germany, Spain and the UK
Please join us for the final webinar in our post-Brexit immigration law series, where Paul McCarthy will be joined by Grégory Saulmé of Karl Waheed Avocats (France), Angelika Schmid of Noerr (Germany) and Ana Garicano Solé of Sagordoy Abogados (Spain) to discuss business travel and work in France, Germany, Spain & the UK.
With a focus on the key differences between the jurisdictions, the session will cover:
- visitor rules – what can you do as business visitor;
- when is a work visa required;
- processes, costs and timescales for work visas; and
- key points to watch out for.
There will be time at the end of the session for an audience Q&A.
Date/Time: Wednesday 16 June / 10:00 - 11:00 BST
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