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By Ueli Sommer, Philippe Nordmann and Simone Wetzstein This Q&A gives an overview of the key factors affecting business immigration, including information on the jurisdiction’s sources of immigration law; relevant government entities; requirements for unsponsored and sponsored immigration; requirements for sponsors; civil and criminal penalties for sponsors; common issues and concerns; dependants; settlement and citizenship; recent trends and proposals […]

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