28 February 2018 @ 3:00pm GMT
Does your global mobility program have what it takes to comply with Brazil’s new immigration law?
Today, many Global Mobility Managers and Global HR professionals are feeling apprehensive about the Migration Law of 2017, which will rewrite all aspects of immigration law and processes in Brazil.
Join Newland Chase’s Managing Director of Latin America, Daniela Lima, and her colleague Simone Pinheiro, as they explain how the recent changes to Brazil’s immigration law impacts both your foreign employees currently in Brazil and those who will apply for visas in the coming year.
Ensure that your talent mobility policy is ready for Brazil’s most comprehensive pro-immigration legislative changes in over 30 years.
You Will Learn:
- Timeline of Migration Law Immigration Reform;
- Reclassification of Existing Visa Categories;
- Immigration Enforcement and Penalties for Non-Compliance;
- Rights and Protections Afforded to Foreign Nationals;
- Important Next Steps for Sponsoring Companies.
Meet our Presenter: Daniela Lima
Daniela Lima is the Managing Director of Newland Chase Latin America and leads a team of 80 consultants working in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Daniela has been a lawyer since 2004 in the OAB/SP (Brazilian Bar Association) and also has an MBA in Strategic Management and Business Economics. She has extensive immigration experience in Brazil and Latin America.
Meet our Presenter: Simone Pinheiro
Simone Pinheiro is the Manager of Immigration in Newland Chase’s Sao Paulo, Brazil office. She has over eight years of experience supporting large Brazilian clients in the global mobility area. Simone has a degree in Human Resources Management and a master’s degree in Personnel Management.