How to Structure Global Mobility Assignments and Expatriate Postings

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In structuring overseas postings, organizations inevitably struggle with the interplay between expatriate assignment strategy and the legal ramifications of a particular foreign posting. Legal issues in play in structuring an expatriate assignment go beyond the need for a visa, and include compliance with payroll laws, employment laws and “permanent establishment” (corporate tax presence).

There are several different global mobility and expatriate assignment structures, and they are not interchangeable. In a way, deciding how to structure an overseas employee posting is like deciding how to structure a business entity.

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  • Who Is and Is Not an Expatriate?
  • Expatriate Structures
  • Selecting the Best Expatriate Structure

 

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