We are pleased to share this interview with Enrique Arellano, the founder and director of Enrique Arellano Rincon Abogados SC, specialising in Mexican corporate immigration law since 1976.
Our sister company and part of the CIBT Group, Enrique Arellano Rincon Abogados is committed to delivering high-quality, professional immigration services to a wide variety of multinational companies through offices located in Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara and Puebla.
Mr Arellano is a native of Mexico City and is a graduate of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) Law School, where he served as the immigration specialist on the university’s board of regents’ legal committee. Mr Arellano has been selected among the world’s top 15 most highly regarded individuals in his field in every edition of Who’s Who Legal: Corporate Immigration since 2013.
Read more here.
We’re proud to have contributed to a white paper on immigration to China, written by our friends at Aires, with the help of one of our partners in China, Lehman, Lee and Xu.
The paper, embedded below, examines in detail the streamlined, points-based immigration system which China has been piloting since November 2016, and which is due to be implemented nationwide from 1 April 2017.
Peregrine’s Managing Director, Sophy King, will be moderating a panel discussion at the Business Travel Show on Wednesday 22 February 2017, from 16:00 to 17:00, at Olympia in London.
Alongside our sister companies, CIBT and Newland Chase, Sophy will lead a panel-led discussion on the topic of business travel compliance and how travel managers and HR can work together to achieve this.
Business travellers, who often need to travel at short notice for business critical reasons, may look to use the fastest means of securing a visa rather than the most compliant. How can we balance the needs of the business, the traveller, HR and travel managers to act in everyone’s best interests? How do we ensure travellers have the right documents for travel but can still be where they need to be when they need to be?
Travelling with the wrong paperwork or visa can be damaging, not only for the traveller who may be detained, deported, or fined but also for the business with the possible irrevocable tarnishing of reputation, significant fines and additional scrutiny of all future visa applications for that organisation.
Where do business travel management and HR/global mobility meet? How to seamlessly manage this without duplicating effort?
We would love to see you there!
Spanish news website bez.es has just published this article about the impact on the relocation industry of the United Kingdom’s expected exit from the European Union. The article is in Spanish, and features Peregrine’s own Raquel Gómez Salas!