Permit

Official authority, typically in the form of a passport stamp, to enter / leave / travel through or perform certain actions in a country or region. Similar to visa except permits are more generally tied to actions like study, work, settlement.

Tier 2 - Sponsored UK Work Permit Information

All Tier 2 Work Visas (or UK Work Permits) require employer sponsorship; your stay in the UK depends on that employment. The Tier 2 General Visa is valid for three years, and is renewable for a further two. If you’re looking for sponsorship, you should first assess the market demand for your skillset. You can also consult our job seeker kit to find work that can help with sponsorship.

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Immigration and Work Permits

Organising Work Permits in Switzerland is a complicated process with a great deal or administration and paperwork. The rules are regularly updated to reflect market conditions and government policy. We try to keep our information up to date as much as possible but we rely heavily on our local partners who are the specialists.

Switzerland

Switzerland has become a very popular location for international contractors. It’s not only renowned for being a country that is safe, clean and efficient with an outstanding infrastructure and a high standard of living but also it’s high contracting rates and very low company and personal income tax rates.

Case Studies

Study 1 - The Consultant: Kurt M, an SAP consultant from New Zealand, was offered a lucrative 12 month assignment in Madrid working for a consulting company. But neither the recruitment agency based in London, nor the consulting company’s local office were willing to organise a Spanish Work Visa for Kurt and his family.

Work Permits & Immigration

Organising Work Permits in Spain as a contractor can be a difficult process with a lot of paperwork. The rules are regularly updated to reflect market conditions and government policy. We try to keep our information up to date as much as possible but we rely heavily on our local partners who are the specialists. If you aren't able to find the information you want on how you can contract in Spain please contact us with your circumstances and we can always assist you.

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