Immigration and emigration
All kind of movement into a country (immigration) or out of a country (emigration) with the objective to reside (semi)permanently in another country is called migration. It comprehends migration of individuals, families, investors, independent workers, managers, detached employees, students and so on.
A-LAW international law firm handles both cases for individuals and companies on a domestic and cross border level and has set up a dedicated global migration desk. A-LAW has an in-house team of immigration and emigration law professionals with solid experience in providing our clients with the highest level of migration services.
A-LAW’s dedicated global migration desk is led by senior attorney-at-law Dirk De Beule who has an elaborated knowledge and practical experience on the different aspects of migration and in particular on economic migration and emigration. We never lose sight of each client’s unique objectives and needs.
It is our commitment that our clients are fully compliant with national and international migration and emigration laws. Every case is important to us, and we focus on understanding our client’s private or business constraints and keeping them informed as we strive to meet their needs and schedule.
Our unique client service model, along with our legal expertise, enables us to handle efficiently your requests related to immigration and citizenship law, but also your outbound migration requests. Do not hesitate to request a tailor made fee budget for your specific request!
A-Law attorneys provides advisory and litigation services for immigration and emigration issues to and from Belgium, Europe and international markets such as South Africa, US, Colombia, China, Vietnam, New Zealand, Ireland etc..in matters of:
- Business and economic immigration and emigration law
- Relocation and Employment in Belgium, Europe and international including secondment and expat status
- Family reunification
- Application professional card
- Application work permit
- Economic Migration
- Nationality and Citizenship
- Asylum and Regularization
- Alien Law and Visa