WEBINAR with EY: Update on border restrictions and how to manage mobility in the pandemic

Dear members,

 

Faced with ongoing border restrictions and frequent changes to migrant entry and exit requirements globally in response to COVID-19, planning and resuming business operations is challenging.
To help you navigate the shifting landscape and manage your migrant workforce needs across Japan, Belgium and Luxembourg, we invite you to join our next webinar in cooperation with Ernst & Young:

“Update on border restrictions and how to manage mobility in the pandemic.”

 

In this immigration live session we will discuss the latest developments to the Japan, Belgium and Luxembourg immigration landscapes and what they mean for your business, including:

  • Current border entry and exit restrictions for Japan, Belgium and Luxembourg
  • The travel restriction exemption process and examples of what a successful and unsuccessful case looks like
  • The additional considerations to be taken into account when considering travel

 

As speakers we have invited EY specialists from the 3 countries:

-Japan: Ms. Hinako Tsunoda, Senior Manager, EY Immigration Co.
-Belgium: Mr. Nivard Bronckaers, Manager, Ernst & Young Tax Consultants BV
-Luxembourg: Mr. Alain Marcel, Senior Manager, Ernst & Young Tax Advisory Services S.à.r.l.

 

EVENT DETAILS
Thursday 12 November
17:00-18:00
 Japan time/9:00-10:00 BeLux time
Presentations + Q&A in English
Free of charge
BLCCJ Members + EY invitees

 

If you are interested, please send an email to info@blccj.or.jp by Tuesday 10 November 17:00 (Japan time), and we will confirm your registration.

This webinar will be conducted via ZOOM. If your registration is accepted, you will receive an email with a ZOOM invitation link and password on the day of the event.

 

We hope to welcome many of you at this webinar!

 

The BLCCJ office

11/12/2020
17:00-18:00
Online (Zoom)
Admission:   Free
Open to:    Members only / 会員限定
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