Working from abroad: a Latin American perspective

08:00 PM

What happens in Latin American countries if an employee requests to work from abroad, both within and outside Latin America? And what’s the situation if someone is hired to work from abroad? In this webinar, our speakers think about the employment, immigration and tax impacts of these questions in a range of countries across the region.

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Catalina Santos
Partner - Colombia
Brigard Urrutia
Jorge De Presno
Jorge De Presno
Senior Partner - Mexico
Basham, Ringe y Correa S.C.
Marcela Salazar
Partner - Chile
Munita & Olavarría
Gabriela Lessa
Associate - Brazil
Veirano Advogados
Luis Vinatea
Managing Partner - Peru
Vinatea y Toyama
Florencia Funes de Rioja
Partner - Argentina
Bruchou & Funes de Rioja
Renato Mejía
Partner - Peru
Vinatea y Toyama
Pablo Hernán Buracco
Partner - Argentina
Bruchou & Funes de Rioja
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