Having expatriate employees sent back to the US is one thing. Being blacklisted from entering and operating in territories overseas is a second, more drastic possibility for businesses which fail to comply with immigration policies overseas.
It’s imperative you get immigration right first time when sending employees on international assignment. Doing so can be easier said than done, however – especially when your business is new to global mobility or entering a new territory overseas. Immigration rules are complex and differ greatly between countries; what is acceptable in one region can be completely unlawful in the next. Negotiating the high seas of immigration legislation can be a tricky business. That’s why you need MCN Associates, your integrated immigration support solution.