With the Irish economy outperforming most other European Union countries, and a welcoming immigration climate – Ireland is currently one of Europe’s most attractive destinations for international business. With the UK Brexiting the EU and the Republic of Ireland remaining – its importance in the European market only increases.

While the opportunities in Ireland are numerous, immigration and tax challenges can catch non-EEA national businesspersons and company employees unaware.

Join us for this discussion of the key immigration and tax issues for non-EEA national business travellers and employees working in Ireland. An Irish immigration lawyer and an Irish tax consultant are teaming up to give you all the must-have immigration and tax information and insights for successfully doing business as a non-EEA national in Ireland.

In our on-demand webinar, you will learn:

  • Dos and Don’ts for Business Travellers.
  • Immigration and tax considerations of:
    • Short-term work assignments of up to 14 days;
    • Medium-term work assignments of 15 to 90 days; and
    • Long-term work assignments of more than 90 days.
  • Other visa, immigration, and tax tips for succeeding in Ireland.
  • Your questions answered in a live, interactive format.

Join our Ireland immigration and tax experts from Dublin:

Jane_Pilkington_600x400_sqNewland Chase’s Managing Director of Ireland, Jane Pilkington leads the firm’s client management and service delivery in Ireland. A lawyer for almost 20 years, she is a widely recognized expert on Irish Business Immigration. Her clients include many of the world’s largest multinational corporations operating in Ireland.

 

Mark Hynes 09-1Tax Director for BDO Ireland, Mark Hynes heads the Payroll Consultancy Group in BDO Dublin. Mark is a Chartered Accountant and has served as a tax consultant to corporations and individuals for more than 15 years. He has a particular expertise in global mobility taxation – including payroll and expatriate taxes.