Publication - Consultation paper

Intra-company transfer immigration route - call for evidence: Scottish Government response

Published: 30 Aug 2021
Directorate:
External Affairs Directorate
Part of:
Economy, International, Work and skills
ISBN:
9781802011777

This paper sets out the Scottish Government’s response to the call for evidence by the Migration Advisory Committee's (MAC) call on Intra-Company Transfers. It provides evidence on the use by businesses with a base in Scotland as well as outlining how the route could be made more responsive to the needs of the Scottish economy.

Intra-company transfer immigration route - call for evidence: Scottish Government response
Footnotes

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Contact

Email: Olivia.Pires@gov.scot