SOURCE: Crown World Mobility

Crown World Mobility

June 20, 2016 11:00 ET

Crown World Mobility Releases List of Newest Immigration Law Updates

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA--(Marketwired - Jun 20, 2016) - Crown World Mobility (CWM) -- the world-renowned provider of domestic and international end-to-end workforce mobility solutions and talent management strategies -- has released its quarterly update featuring the latest worldwide immigration laws. CWM's recent news bulletin includes immigration updates for the U.S. along with more than a dozen other countries.

"We provide these quarterly updates to ensure that our clients have the latest immigration rules for their employees abroad," said Shan Norman, VP of Client Services. "Laws are constantly changing and we never want companies to feel caught off-guard. It's our business to ensure our clients feel as comfortable as possible with the relocation and mobility process."

Some of the recent updates include:

  • United States: New H-1B workers will only be eligible to begin employment in October 1, 2016 with some limited exceptions.
  • U.K.: Salary thresholds for experienced workers will be increased to £25,000 in autumn 2016, and £30,000 in April 2017.
  • UAE: Birth certificates will be required for nationals with genealogical roots from an Arab country.
  • Belgium: Integration statements will be required for all non-EU nationals.
  • EU: Stronger and smarter information systems for borders and security.

For a comprehensive explanation of the recent updates, and to read the full news bulletin, click here.

About Crown World Mobility: Crown World Mobility (www.crownworldmobility.com) is a division of the Crown Worldwide Group, established in 1965 and headquartered in Hong Kong. Crown World Mobility helps corporations manage global talent and talented individuals perform on the global stage. In a world that seems to be constantly shrinking, managing a globally mobile workforce creates challenges for any organization. These challenges are human in scale -- global assignments involve the everyday lives of transferees and their families. But there are policies to navigate, formalities to coordinate and legalities to adhere to -- at the same time as concentrating on a new assignment and getting a job done. Crown's approach is to work with all stakeholders to find the right solution, implementing a global mobility program that is successful for the whole organization. This often means finding a unique solution, which Crown has the experience and capability to deliver. Visit Crown on the Web at http://www.crownworldmobility.com.

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