While the European Union gives the impression of Europe as a single bloc, from an immigration and mobility standpoint, many divisions still exist. The Schengen Zone, EU, EEA, and EFTA are each made up of different members and have different procedures governing entry and mobility. Add to that the recent changes caused by Brexit, it is no wonder that mobility managers are confused about the immigration rules and regulations surrounding travel within Europe.

Our upcoming webinar will navigate the maze of rules regulating mobility in Europe, by defining each governing body and how their rules affect mobility.

Specific topics will include:

  • Defining the concepts of European cooperation agreements
  • Explaining the Schengen rules and how to calculate the Schengen allowance
  • Upcoming introduction of ETIAS and the Entry & Exit System
  • The concept of “freedom of movement of people and services” in Europe, including requirements such as EU registration and its benefits
  • A high-level look at Posted Worker compliance and Social Security obligations