​As Luxembourg is gaining increasing success in international mobility and business immigration, the applicable legal framework has been recently adapted by introducing several new categories of residence permits in Luxembourg, including a residence permit for investors.

Our business immigration experts, Philippe Schmit and Françoise Faltz, have outlined the major practical aspects of the currently applicable provisions in a dedicated chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) to corporate immigration.

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Philippe Schmit

Philippe Schmit is a Partner in the Employment Law, Pensions & Benefits practice. Philippe advises employers in the financial and industrial sectors on all aspects of the employment relationship (including its termination). He also specialises in all matters related to restructuring and reorganisation, negotiation in the context of collective dismissals and collective bargaining procedures, as well as any other HR aspects triggered by corporate restructuring, including M&A (e.g. transfers of undertakings). His practice encompasses advice on compensation and benefits schemes, equity schemes, share options plans and pension schemes. Philippe also has extensive knowledge of expatriation matters...

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