Gulf of Mexico

Gulf of Mexico is booming with Oil projects for contractors. We organise business visas, work permits, local payroll and tax compliance for freelancers, recruitment agents and companies providing services in Gulf of Mexico. Because most of the projects fall within American waters, it is advised to use a specialist US provider to make sure you have the necessary insurance, business registration and tax compliance.

Gulf of Mexico Contracting

Foreign contractors working on Oil Rigs in the Gulf of Mexico have some unique challenges in terms of visas, tax residency, expense processing and insurance requirements. It is crucial to use experienced local providers for Immigration, Payroll and Taxation to be sure of compliance and reliability. We have partners that will be able to assist you with: Tax and Work Visas for Contractors in the Gulf of Mexico to ensure that you comply with local regulations and maximize your net income.

Management of Contractors in Gulf of Mexico

Our assessed and qualified suppliers will ensure tax and work permit compliance but also that you’re retaining the highest possible net % return on your gross billing as is legally possible. Our services in Gulf of Mexico include:

Tax, Payroll and Employment Solutions for Contractors

Sponsored Work Permits and Business Visas for Contract / Freelance Workers

Salary Packaging

Self-Employed / Personal Companies

Immigration Lawyers

Expatriate Tax specialists

Insurance (Private Health / Travel / Professional Indemnity)

Bank Account Opening

Insurance (Private Health / Travel / Professional Indemnity)

Working as an Expat in Gulf of Mexico

You can reach all our solutions for Gulf of Mexico from these pages.

- Information on Taxation, Employment and Payment in the Gulf of Mexico

- Information on Work Permits in the Gulf of Mexico

Solutions for Contracting in Gulf of Mexico

Recruiter Case Study:

An Oil & Gas consultancy from the UK had won the contract for several positions on an Oil Rig in the Gulf of Mexico. They were planning to send a mix of Europeans and Americans on the project. This meant they required work permits for some of the contractors and they required a US payroll service. Additionally their client, a well known Oil company, required them to have a level of insurance cover. They didn't have an office in the USA and didn't have the time or inclination to incorporate there. They had used Contractor Taxation previously staffing a project in Saudi Arabia and when they approached us for this deal we hooked them into our local partner in the US. They have setup an American umbrella company with the required insurances to cover high-risk workers such as those on an offshore Oil Rig. They were able to organise the work permits, run the local payroll and ensure all contractors were fully compliant.