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The Global Immigration & Mobility App provides an introduction to our Global Immigration & Mobility practice and contains information on large-scale global immigration, employment, compensation and tax issues related to the movement of employees that employers need to know.


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Baker McKenzie’s Global Immigration & Mobility Practice

With immigration and mobility lawyers across the world’s major business centers, we have assisted leading companies in the financial services, technology, defense, manufacturing, healthcare and hospitality industries move their people around the world for over 60 years. In an environment of greater immigration enforcement and stiffer penalties, we design, implement and manage global mobility programs that address current legal and administrative issues and help clients avoid the pitfalls of international personnel transfers.

Global Immigration & Mobility App

The Global Immigration & Mobility App provides an introduction to our Global Immigration & Mobility practice and contains information on large-scale global immigration, employment, compensation and tax issues related to the movement of employees that employers need to know. The app contains a digital version of the Global Employer: Focus on Global Immigration and Mobility publication that covers over 35 country chapters, including specific immigration requirements related to various types of assignments as well as up to date insights regarding legal developments from around the world. Updated September 2020.

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Author

Betsy Stelle Morgan is the head of Baker McKenzie's Global Immigration and Mobility Practice. Her work has been published extensively in US and international publications. She is ranked as a leading lawyer in Who’s Who in American Women and Who’s Who in the World and has been listed in Chambers Global. She is the founder and co-editor of Baker McKenzie’s Global Immigration & Mobility Update, which currently boasts a quarterly circulation of approximately 16,000, and is also a co-author of the Firm’s US Business Immigration Manual. Ms. Morgan was a member of the Chicago Management Committee with responsibility for the office’s Marketing & Business Development, Social Responsibility, Pro Bono, Diversity and Alumni Relations Programs.

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Tony Haque is a senior associate with over 20 years' experience advising in all areas of UK immigration and nationality work, and related European Union law. He is a member of Baker McKenzie’s Global Labor Employment and Employee Benefits Practice Group, where he advises on related corporate, tax and labor law issues, and leads the Firm's Global Immigration & Mobility department in London. Tony is an appointed member of the Law Society's Immigration Law Committee which provides expert guidance to practitioners and seeks to influence the direction of policy. He is recognized as a leader in his field by all of the main UK legal directories including Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, Legal Experts, Global Counsel 3000 and A Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers.

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Vivien Yu is a registered foreign lawyer in the Firm’s Employment practice group based in Hong Kong. She has over 11 years of immigration law experience in Hong Kong and overseas. Vivien is a qualified solicitor and a Registered Migration Agent in Australia. She has been with Baker McKenzie for over 8 years, leading the Greater China Immigration practice since 2013. Vivien is a registered Migration Agent with the Australian Government's Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority.