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Fragomen's Mark Buchanan, Charles Johanes, Anna Ma (Ke Ma), Denise Gan and Carlos Agana worked in partnership with the Business Advisory Group on Migration to author a research paper on the regulations of the recruitment of foreign workers in the Asia-Pacific region.
In this article published by The Times of India, Partner Mitch Wexler discusses the US Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Spring 2022 agenda, which includes plans to modernize the H-1B program.
Frankfurt Managing Partner Axel Boysen is recognised in the areas of immigration law and labor and employment law in the 2023 edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Germany.
Partner Chad Ellsworth is named to Crain’s New York Business’s Notable LGBTQ Leaders list, which profiles top executives that identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer for making significant contributions to advancing equality within the workplace and/or within the New York area.
Fragomen provided significant contributions—including information and analysis on digital nomad visa programs, remote work policies and trends—to The Future of Remote Work: Digital Nomads and the Implications for Immigration Systems, a report prepared by the Migration Policy Institute.
Brussels Managing Partner Jo Antoons and Partner Christine Sullivan are recognised in the area of immigration law in the 2023 edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Belgium.
In this article published in Energy Northern Perspective, Partner Natasha Catterson discusses the immigration complexities UK businesses should consider when offering support to Ukrainian refugees.
UK Managing Partner Nadine Goldfoot is recognised in International Employment Lawyer's 2022 Women Leaders Survey, an extensive "who’s who" list of established law firm partners from around the globe discussing key developments, challenges and innovations within trending areas of practice.
In this article published by Gambling Insider, Fragomen professionals Laurence Keir-Thomas and Asif Hanif discuss the UK immigration system and how it can help those in the online gaming industry.
In this Valor Econômico article, Brazil Managing Partner Diana Quintas discusses a new visa that allows students from top universities around the world to work and live in the UK.