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IAPA International expands into immigration

IAPA International, a global association of independent accounting, audit, tax, legal, advisory, financial and technology services firms, has expanded its service offering to incorporate immigration.

The recent appointment of Expat Partners, a global immigration service provider located in France, India and China, brings the first exclusive ‘Immigration’ firm into IAPA membership.

Expat Partners, founded in 2003 covers almost 100 destinations in the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific, delivering global mobility services to clients of all sizes, in a range of industry sectors, right through from the initial application, to final authorization.

Fiona Mougenot, Managing Director at Expat Partners stated “IAPA will not only enable us to assist fellow members with overcoming challenges with immigration, but it will also provide us with valuable global connections, offering us instant access to first-hand knowledge of local regulations, customs and culture.”

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