The international mobility of workers has become an essential aspect for multinational organizations that develop businesses in different countries. Our Immigration group is strategically organized to assure our clients that their decisions on international mobility do not give rise to risks from the perspective of labor, social security, tax, and immigration legislation.

    Our team of specialist lawyers offers comprehensive legal advice in the management of expatriate workers, particularly on issues such as:

    • Obtaining temporary and resident visas, as well as other immigration procedures
    • Verification of the legal implications of the expatriation for the employee in the country of origin and in the country of work
    • Analysis of social security and international taxation
    • Structuring of the hiring and compensation scheme
    • Apostilles and legalizations
    • Advice on compliance with administrative requirements for the revalidation of professional, driving and other permits

    We are a high-performance bilingual team. Our priority is to provide the best service to our clients.

    We are part of the network of Global Immigration & Mobility specialists at Baker McKenzie, recognized by Chambers & Partners as globally one of the most important practices in the field.

    Key Contacts

    Luis Miguel Almendariz
       +51 (1) 618 8502
    Katherine Ninanya
    Senior Associate
       +51 (1) 618 8597
    Monica Pizarro
       +51 (1) 618 8518


    • Chambers & Partners
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      Band 2: Chambers and Partners Latin America — 2020

      The lawyers' handling of the cases "is excellent," says one client, noting their "good ability and knowledge of the issues, and the clarity of the information and support."

      "It's a very professional firm with experienced lawyers and excellent customer service."

    • The Legal 500
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      Band 3: The Legal 500  2019

      "A multidisciplinary team with experience in labor issues. Very well understood when it comes to establishing new businesses in Peru."