Over the last two decades, we have witnessed an intensification of cross-border personnel flows, which has increased the workload of HR Global Mobility Professionals dramatically. Although the high pace and impact of globalization played their part herein, it was predominantly the diversification in cross-border deployment that widened the HR Global Mobility scope and led to an unparalleled extension of responsibilities. HR GM Professionals were no longer only dealing with long-term expatriations and the odd short-term assignment; almost overnight, they also found themselves in vast numbers of short-term assignments and a myriad of new types of cross-border mobility, such as transferees, commuters, and business travelers. The Covid pandemic brought even more new forms of deployment: the hybrid and nomadic workers.
What all these forms have in common is a complex visa & permit regime per country that is changing continuously.
During this in-person event, the lecturers will take you through the Dutch 2023 Immigration Regime on the basis of profiles:
- The Schengen Visa holder
- The Highly Skilled Migrant
- The EU Intra-company Transferee
- The EU Blue Card holder
- The cross-border Business Traveler
- The EU Posted Worker
- The Digital Nomad
- The cross-border Hybrid Worker.
- Updating knowledge of immigration requirements 2023
- Gaining knowledge of immigration requirements re. new forms of deployment
- Gaining insights into the differences between the immigration schemes
- Being able to identify red flags and tackle liability risks.
Language: English (and Dutch on request)
Location: Vredenburg, Utrecht.
Expatise Students and Continuous Education (full program) participants: free of charge
Expatise Foundation Members and Alumni: €250 plus vat
Others: €595 plus vat