Stuck outside Vietnam and trying to return to work and home? Trying to bring foreign experts or incoming personnel to Vietnam?
Join our Virtual Flash Business Intelligence Briefing: Foreign Business Travel and Immigration to Vietnam on Thursday, June 4 at 3PM. Get some clarity on fast-evolving policies, including a reported new requirement for organizations to apply to HCMC DOLISA as early as June 8 for foreigners they wish to bring to Vietnam in the next few months. AmCham Vietnam-HCMC Board Member and Baker & McKenzie Partner and HR and Labor Law expert Nguyen Thuy Hang will brief on the latest developments, offer as much clarity as possible on evolving procedures, and participate in an on-line Q&A session.
In summary, according to the Letter No. 13413, HCMC DOLISA requests employers to send a request enclosing a list of foreigners they wish to bring to HCMC to the HCMC DOLISA no later than June 8, 2020 for HCMC DOLISA to consolidate for the HCMC People’s Committee to review and decide.
Baker & McKenzie can assist companies to draft and submit such written requests to DOLISA, but companies also can handle the submission themselves. The deadline for the submission is June 8, 2020.
Note: We may offer a follow-up event as more information becomes available, but want to share what we know now.
Reservations/cancellations must be made on-line or by email. We are unable to accept reservations/cancellations by telephone.
Baker McKenzie (Ho Chi Minh City)
Nguyen Thuy Hang is a Partner in Baker McKenzie’s Ho Chi Minh city office. Her practice focuses on Employment and Labor, Compliance and Investigation, Corporate Restructuring and Reorganization, and general M&A. She is one of the few Vietnamese lawyers dually admitted to practice law in New York State and Vietnam. Ms. Nguyen has been assisting in various compliance investigation and advice. During her 13 years with Baker McKenzie, she has worked in the Vietnam, Barcelona and London offices. Ms. Nguyen is a Governor of the Board of Governors of American Chamber of Commerce, Ho Chi Minh City Chapter, and chairs its HR Committee.