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Whether your company is sending employees to Algeria or expanding your worldwide footprint—Fragomen is here to help. Our experienced immigration professionals partner with businesses of all sizes to develop immigration strategies that can help you achieve your goals.
- Algeria’s immigration system provides limited options for employers of foreign nationals. While business visitors may obtain a Business Visa to stay in Algeria for up to 90 days, they are advised to limit their stay to 15 days. Foreign nationals whose stay exceeds 90 days require a Residence Permit.
- There are two main work authorization types: Annex 13 Declaration (valid for 15 days with permissible extensions for a maximum stay of 90 days per calendar year); and Work Permit (valid for one year, with permissible extensions). Both types of permits are processed locally and each province (wilaya) may apply its own interpretation of the requirements.
Fragomen can also consult on citizenship matters and, as permitted within the confines of local law, may be able to offer citizenship assistance.
Business Visa Services and Technology
Guidance, support and technology to help you get your business travelers on the ground quickly and compliantly.
Personalized support to help ease the burden of complex immigration consular processing.
Corporate Immigration Program Development
World-class corporate immigration services to help you optimize your immigration operations.
Proactive planning and on-the-ground support to streamline the immigration document process.
Employment Verification Services
Modern, streamlined employment verification solutions to increase your compliance and minimize your exposure to risk.
Government Advisory Services
Strategic and tailored consultation to help you achieve your business goals.
Immigration Analytics, Benchmarking and Knowledge
Robust resources to help you understand immigration in a changing world.
Immigration Compliance Services
Experienced guidance to help manage your most complicated immigration activities and maximize your compliance.
Immigration Enforcement Defense Services
Enforcement defense and internal investigations assistance to help defend your business against immigration noncompliance.
Immigration Litigation Services
Experienced, skilled immigration litigation to help you resolve complex situations.
Immigration Technology Solutions
Pragmatic, leading-edge technology solutions that support our clients’ immigration experiences.
Unmatched training means better immigration experiences for your employees.
Immigration Work Permit Services
Comprehensive, end-to-end immigration services and technology to help streamline business immigration.
Private Client Services
Sound, holistic alternative residency and citizenship solutions to help you seize your opportunities.
Strategic support to help remobilize quickly and prepare for the future of work.
A wealth of complimentary benefits to enrich your immigration experience.
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