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Survey Results: Companies Struggle With Compliance

The latest numbers are in: employers find immigration compliance a challenge. That’s no surprise, considering there are more than 190 countries to worry about, each with its own set of distinct immigration laws — laws that seem to be constantly changing. We recently partnered with Harris Poll to survey HR personnel and hiring managers at

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Envoy Launches New Global Immigration Case Management Platform

Today, Envoy launched the first-of-its-kind Global Immigration Case Management Platform to streamline the complex global work-authorization process. This new platform expands Envoy’s outbound immigration service by automating the application process for securing work authorization in every country. The platform leverages tracking and management tools to better ensure global worker compliance, a centralized document exchange with

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Tech and Automation in the Global Space: How combining your immigration needs with technology can set you up for success

Globalization has forever changed the way companies do business – that part we know. Now, more than ever, organizations are concentrating on global mobility, with a particular focus on the need to relocate staff and source talent from around the world. According to both PwC and Deloitte, companies will increase their spending on global mobility

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Compliance Risks at the Global Level: Are Your Business Travelers Protected?

Compliance in the immigration space is a tangled web of investigative bodies and administrative departments – with acronyms like ICE, USCIS, the DOL and the DOJ – enforcing various aspects of U.S. immigration law in the United States alone. At the global level, understanding compliance issues and their consequences expands the universe of potential pitfalls.

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What is the Working Holiday Visa Program, and Who Can Apply?

The holiday travel season is here, and that means thousands of students and young people will be spending school breaks and vacation time in international destinations. Tourist destinations such as Australia, Japan, Ireland, France, Singapore, South Korea, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom offer a working holiday visa to allow tourists to work while traveling

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