Managing international employees – tax and immigration considerations
Changing Global mobility programmes was an important area of discussion before the pandemic, but this has since accelerated the need for companies to reconsider what their workforce will look like going forward. A likely mix of remote and office working along with international travel restrictions will require companies to closely monitor the emerging tax and immigration implications.
Moore Kingston Smith will be hosting this session alongside immigration specialists Hudson McKenzie to shed light on these potential challenges and help you to proactively manage the emerging issues.
Our specialists will be offering insights and answering your questions around:
- Why it’s important to coordinate expatriate tax and immigration planning
- Understanding roles and purposes
- Identifying who’s employing who?
- Individual tax residency, and domicile
- Corporate Permanent establishment
- Upcoming changes to UK immigration system
- Pre-settled and settled status
- Sponsor License
- Tier 2 (G) and Tier 2 ICT visas
- Van der Elst visas
- Indefinite Leave to Remain and British Citizenship
In addition, we’d like to hear from you. We’ve put together some key questions to ask yourself when looking at global mobility and we’d like to know what your answers are. Please take part below to help shape the conversation and give your views.
Date: September 17, 2020
Time: 10:00-10:45am BST
Director of Global Mobility Services, Moore Kingston Smith
Managing Partner, Hudson McKenzie
Head of Tax, Moore Kingston Smith
Strategic HR Partner, Moore Kingston Smith