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Consular Services for Recruitment Agencies

While recruiting talent from foreign countries or during the placement of candidates abroad, recruiters are faced with a number of queries relating to immigration law and other consular services. Getting work permits and business visas is largely process and involves a great amount of formalities. Accutor has an in house team of legal professionals who through their strategic partnership with Europe’s Consular service organizations ensure that Consular services for recruitment agencies are prompt, hassle-free and cost effective.

Services for Recruitment agencies

Notary and legal services: notarized services for recruiters are useful for authenticating documents such as university degree documents, medical health documents or for employment letter and terms of employment. Accutor has a wide network of notary publics in Switzerland, Germany and UK, where their services can be availed by recruiters.

Accutor also provides a broad spectrum of specialities as legal services for drafting, litigation or for Alternative Dispute Resolution methods. Our Specialist Legal Services cover areas such as corporate laws, IPR, immigration law, civil laws. Besides, Accutor can help recruiters connect with law professionals and tax experts from over 60 countries for the purpose of litigation, drafting of documents, legal research or other related areas.

Liaison and Advisory role: where the necessary permits and visa are required, recruitment agents’ liaison with authorities and regulatory bodies to get the necessary permits. Since the consular services are largely process driven, it involves a number of follow-ups, furnishing relevant documents and getting approvals for the same. Accutor ensures that the paper work furnished in line with the requirements, necessary formalities are adhered to, to ensure seamless consular requirements.

Apostille or legalization services: recruitment agencies hiring/placing talent abroad have to produce a number of private and public documents, the legalization of which can be done through consulates, high commission and embassies. Corporate documents, financial statements, intellectual property documents, work permits and visa and other compliances come under the purview of apostille and legalization requirement.

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