How to Hire a Foreigner in IT? Immigration and Tax Aspects in Practice
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◼ General rules - what the immigration process in Poland looks like:
◾ the legalization of work;
◾ legalization of employment;
Legalization of employment and stay of foreigners based on selected forms of employment/cooperation in the IT industry:
◾ employment contract/mandate contract;
◾ B2B, including business opportunities for foreigners in Poland;
◾ special solutions for citizens of Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia (including Poland Business Harbor);
◾ solutions enabling the employment of a foreigner without the need to obtain a work permit
challenges related to the above - practical examples;
We will present issues regarding work and residence permits for selected forms of employment, including adequate types of work permits, issues of the labor market test, obtaining a visa, a temporary residence permit with the right to work, or a blue card.
We will also present alternative forms of employment/cooperation with foreigners in the IT industry.
◾ comparison of selected forms of cooperation with foreigners (employment contracts, B2B cooperation contracts, including in the form of partnerships and capital companies) in terms of income tax/ZUS, along with a presentation of possible variants of tax settlements (e.g. using IP Box and other concessions), labor law, administrative obligations, including towards state authorities),
◾ presentation of selected consequences for the Company cooperating with foreigners from the perspective of its VAT and CIT settlements.
◾ presentation of the tax consequences of alternative forms of cooperation with foreigners in the IT industry,
◾ challenges related to the above - practical examples
As part of the tax part, we will present how the public law burdens will shape in different variants of cooperation (both on the part of the co-worker and the company), we will present examples of calculations and describe other obligations on the part of companies and foreigners and describe other obligations on the part of companies and foreigners, which are important before making a decision on the form of cooperation. We will also present alternative solutions (e.g. remote work, foreign business activity) in the field of cooperation with foreigners, outlining the main benefits and key challenges.
◾ Emilia Piechota - Director, Tax Advisory, PwC Poland.
◾ Filip Kotarski - Senior Manager, People and Organization, PwC Polska.
Details and registration: https://app.evenea.pl/event/835626-86/
The meeting will be held in polish.