Join the next Immigration Academy half-day workshop 2020 in Zurich and Geneva - Tax and Legal blog


Register and join this year's Immigration Academy Workshop on Tuesday, 22 September in Zurich and Thursday, 1 October in Geneva.

This year's workshop will cover the following topics:

  1. Up-date on the latest Swiss and global immigration trends
  2. Presentation of the UK-Swiss Brexit Agreement on “Citizens' Rights” presented by Joanna Kujat of the British Embassy in Bern
  3. Panel discussion on business travellers
  4. Case studies on the following topics:
  • International loan staff
  • Work permits for contractors
  • Immigration requirements for project workers
  • Leaving Switzerland: refresher on de-registration requirements
  • The European Posted Workers Directive (PWD)

You will have the opportunity to ask questions in our Q&A session,  please feel free to submit any questions in advance to Deloitte Events Team

We look forward to welcoming you to our next workshops.

Register now

This event is now full and registrants will be placed on a waitlist.

More information on COVID-19 compliance policy on the registration form.

Workshop agenda: 

12:00 - 12:30 Arrival, registration & networking lunch
12:30 - 13:00 Welcome and introduction
13:00 - 17:15 Presentation on global immigration landscape and trends, interactive workshop, peer-to-peer experience exchange
17:15 - onwards Networking cocktails

About Deloitte Immigration Academy

The Immigration Academy is an initiative bringing together global mobility, immigration and HR professionals to learn more about relevant immigration issues, and to network, with your peers. The workshop will be a mix of technical and group discussions and will provide a unique opportunity to hear directly from policy makers. The technical content will be based on real-life examples with a focus on sharing practical experience and how best to address today’s immigration challenges.

COVID-19 compliance policy

We are deeply committed to the safety and wellbeing of our clients and people. Following guidance from the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH), we are asking all meeting attendees to adhere to the advice from the FOPH, and specifically: if you have been in contact with anyone infected with COVID-19, we respectfully ask you not to attend the meeting in person for reasons of public health.

During the events we will ensure 1.5 to 2 metres distancing between people. If the current situation changes, we will change the meeting to a shorter virtual format or postpone it to a later date.

If you would like to discuss more on this topic, please reach out to our key contacts below. 

Key contacts



David Wigersma - Partner, Global Employer Services

David has 20 years of experience in the area of international corporate and individual taxation planning. He specialises in addressing the complex compliance needs of a cross-border workforce with varied elements of compensation.


Julia Stutzer - Director, Immigration

Julia is an Immigration Director at Deloitte in Switzerland. She has been supporting both global companies as well as medium and small-sized enterprises with their immigration needs for more than 8 years. Julia puts her focus on immigration advisory services, advising clients on best practice and coordinating complex interdisciplinary requests with the tax and social security teams.


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Julie Nielsen - Assistant Manager, Immigration

Julie is an Immigration Assistant Manager at Deloitte in Switzerland. She has profound knowledge in Swiss Immigration Law and advises both domestic and international companies in providing client-tailored immigration solutions for every-day business and complex individual cases. Julie has 7 years of experience as an immigration consultant.



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