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International Relocation Consultancy

• Once you have general questions concerning your cross-border assignment or project ‘inbound and outbound’ within EU/EFTA;
• Once you would like to take up an appropriate mobilisation solution (as an employee, assignee or consultant) within EU/EFTA;
Accutor will help and care about your compliance and integration in the posting country. Our role is to review and combine between immigration regulation and tax & social security in order to mitigate risks of incomplaince and to be in line with the local regulations.
We’ll be your partner working with the customers and their projects and needs, providing an advice to choose an assignment option by reviewing on work permit categories, timeline (short term or long-term assignments from, within or into EU-EFTA states), tax and social security benefits, budget plan to ensure that we can reduce unnecessary expenses of your mobilisation.

Acting as a focal point for your assignment in a certain country, we’ll advise you on the integration requirement to ensure that you will not face any issues after arrival in the assignment country.
You will be assisted in the communication with respective local authorities upon arrival, such as the immigration office, tax and social security office, local registry office. If necessary, we will be acting as your legal representative.

A structure of a budget for your mobilisation project will be explained, comparing with local market prices (accommodation, flight, temporary accommodation, house hunting trip, orientation presentation, allocation allowance, tax and social security benefits, language course). Additionally, Accutor assists its clients in getting a marriage entry visa, family reunion visa, student visa and business visa. Foreign residents will be assisted to prepare a naturalisation application and facilitated permanent permit application. A legal support is at your service in immigration litigation cases, such as regarding marriage application, resident permit revocation and some other issues.

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