In the News: International Assignments - What's a Partner to do?

    Jun 13, 2017 @ 08:30 AM / by Andrea Downing

    Permits Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit organisation campaigning globally to improve work permit regulations to make it easier for partners of expatriate staff to gain employment during an international assignment.

    Last year Permits Foundation responded to South Africa’s Green Paper on International Migration, which was published by the Minister of Home Affairs, MKN Gigaba, in June 2016. To see the response click here.

    It is expected that South Africa will issue a White Paper with proposals for legislation in early 2017. More details available here.

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    Andrea Downing

    Written by Andrea Downing

    Andrea joined AIRINC in 2014 as a Client Solutions Executive with over fifteen years’ experience in global mobility with expatriate data consultancies. Andrea is the first point of contact for clients within the EMEA region that are managing their first international assignments; she also develops relationships with partner companies in EMEA. Andrea’s experience ranges from conducting pricing surveys to managing consulting projects, providing a full understanding of all the issues clients face with cross-border moves. Andrea has a BSc (Hons) Degree in Biological Sciences from Middlesex University.