Luxembourg

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Holistic approach

Some examples of areas in which CMS can help:

  • Employee agreements covering all employment-law aspects of the international assignment lifecycle in the relevant jurisdiction from initial assignment through to termination;
  • Application for the required permits to reside and work in the country, both for expats and their family members;
  • Mobility policies;
  • International assignment services;
  • Termination of international assignment services agreements;
  • HR data protection requirements;
  • Applications for tax benefits for expats;
  • Tax optimization of salary splits and employee benefits;
  • Employers’ tax obligations, multi-state wage and income tax returns;
  • Payroll services;
  • Determining the applicable pension scheme and managing pensions in different countries;
  • Navigating the possibilities for international transfers of pension benefits and continued participation in another jurisdiction;
  • Analysis of the applicable social security scheme(s) and the consequences thereof; and
  • Implementation of the preferred social security scheme

Fun fact

Did you know that in general work permits in Luxembourg are issued for a maximum of two years in the first instance? If a foreigner intends to stay longer, he/she should reapply, starting the process at least two months before the initial work permit runs out. A reissued visa could be valid for as long as another three years.


References

Advising an international financial and business intelligence company regarding the possible relocation to Luxembourg of an employee, especially on Employment Law and Tax aspects.

Advising a global producer of masterbatch with over 2,000 employees regarding employment contracts issues with one of its employee working both in Luxembourg and Belgium.

Assisting a bank with obtaining a resident permit for one of its employees located in the US and on the drafting of its contract.

Advising an American global oil and gas drilling contractor on issues related to the secondment of employees from Luxembourg across the world and the potential risks related to such practice.

Advising a major financial institution on the procedure of secondment in Luxembourg.


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Key contacts

Contact
Hugo Arellano
Hugo Arellano
Senior Counsel | Avocat à la Cour
T +352 26 27 53 49
Frédéric Feyten
Frédéric Feyten
Managing Partner | Avocat
T +352 26 27 53 49