International assignments and work permits for expats

Why do companies send their best employees on international assignments? They send their best employees on international assignments to successfully launch new products or services abroad or expand their business in a new country or win the competition. Usually, these assignments are short-term projects but sometimes an ad hoc assignment can turn into long-term immigration for expats.

Start with selecting the right candidate, discussing the compensation and benefits, understanding the number of family members traveling along, applying for the required visas and work permits, planning relocation and orientation. All these activities require well-planned preparation and organization.

International assignment

We help you expand your expat workforce in 150+ countries.

Compensation and Benefits

Compensate your employee per the company policy and foreign country legislation

Visa and work permit

We take care of the immigration process and sponsor work permit

Want to send your talent on an international assignment? We can help.

Typical reasons for an international assignment include the following:

  • Intra-company transfer to fill the vacancy.
  • Technology transfer to the client’s premises.
  • Market research before setting up a subsidiary company.
  • Introduction of a new product or service.
  • Others.

Once a candidate is chosen, the organization needs to secure the necessary visas and permits. Our experts will help you navigate through the requirements and processing times, as they vary by country.


All these topics should be covered before the assignment:

  • Duration and location of the assignment.
  • Expenses covered by the company (e.g., employee’s relocation, travel, housing, family relocation, car rent, local office, school costs, home travels, etc.).
  • Salary, allowances or benefits offered.
  • Employee’s duties and terms of the employment contract.
  • Trial period or renewals.
  • Repatriation.

Our experts will guide you through the whole process. WeHG will act as a legal employer on your behalf and will sponsor the necessary documents, visa and work permit (where applicable). We will draft a local employment contract and onboard your candidate in the country of the project. 

We mitigate employment risks, so you can focus on your core business.

WeHG takes care of all the onboarding hurdles, payroll, compensation and benefits, tax filing, and termination of employment. Our Employer of Record solution allows you to manage your overseas teams efficiently while minimizing cost and risk.

Experience our customized services that will meet all your international business needs.

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