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Fragomen aims to speed up the immigration process for tech staff to Ireland with the opening of a new office in Dublin.
The Irish tech sector is struggling to keep up with demand for roles and, quite often, we are seeing these companies seek international staff to fill the gaps.
Now, a firm called Fragomen has announced that it is to open a new office in Dublin to help these companies streamline the immigration process.
This will see 20 immigration specialists hired over the course of the next six months, who will assist FDI companies either relocating existing staff from abroad or sourcing new staff, in circumstances where immigration requirements apply.
Led by Bill Foster, the Dublin office will also be joined by a team of Irish immigration specialists and supported by Pauline Mathewson, Fragomen’s EMEA managing partner. It will manage immigration queries, applications and compliance from an Irish perspective, as the company’s global client base is located outside Ireland.
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|No of jobs:||20|
|Job title:||immigration specialists /Recruitment|
|Jobs take effect:||next 6 months|