Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP Expands Global Services with Regional Migration Mangers in London and Sydney

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Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP (BAL) is pleased to announce the placement of Regional Migration Managers in London* and Sydney** to offer clients enhanced migration services in Asia Pacific (APAC), and in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).

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The addition of Regional Migration Managers in London and Sydney creates an exciting opportunity to expand our services to valued clients in the APAC and EMEA regions.

Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP (BAL) is pleased to announce the placement of Regional Migration Managers in London* and Sydney** to offer clients enhanced migration services in Asia Pacific (APAC), and in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).

BAL’s London and Sydney representatives are positioned to respond to the real-time needs of global employers and their transferees. BAL's Regional Migration Managers will provide assistance for inbound and outbound visa and migration concerns, and they will work closely with the firm’s network partners to promote a smooth process for every move. They each have years of proven success managing migration programs within their respective regions. They join BAL’s Regional Migration Manager for the Americas, Mr. Diego Archer, located in Dallas, Texas, to provide worldwide migration services.

Ms. Kristen Riley, who serves as the Regional Manager for EMEA, is based in London. Ms. Riley brings a decade of experience in serving the needs of the global community, with a focus on Greater Europe.

Mr. Carter Bovard, who serves as the Regional Manager for APAC, is based in Sydney. Mr. Bovard has extensive experience serving the needs of companies throughout Asia.

According to Mr. David Berry, Managing Partner of BAL’s Global Migration Practice, “The addition of the Regional Migration Managers creates an exciting opportunity to expand our services to valued clients in the APAC and EMEA regions.” “The strategic importance of these new additions cannot be overemphasized,” said Ms. Deborah Marlowe, Global Practice Co-Chair. “The key,” she said, “is to add value to our international clients – to help them be more competitive, and with this move we strongly enhance our already formidable capability to ensure that our clients have the maximum possible global mobility for their international personnel.” “It is all about client service,” said Co-Chair Mr. Shawn Orme. “Our key motivation is to add value to our clients’ businesses in the most expeditious and cost-effective way. These new nerve centers in Sydney and London are a giant step forward in our ability to do so.”

The opening of these offices reflects BAL’s commitment to provide clients with the highest level of worldwide service.

About Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP - Since 1980, companies throughout the world have turned to BAL for expert corporate immigration legal services. BAL’s comprehensive services include worldwide migration assistance, immigration legislative and agency-based solutions, electronic I-9 entry and storage, policy and program management, and outsourcing. The firm provides home and host coordination for clients within the APAC, EMEA and Americas regions traveling to anywhere in the world. The firm’s leaders earn top-tier rankings for their expertise and ability to navigate the most difficult and complex immigration cases. In the U.S., Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP is a law firm dedicated to providing comprehensive corporate immigration legal services. Berry Appleman and Leiden Limited (U.K.) and Berry Appleman & Leiden Pty. Ltd. (Australia) are service companies wholly-owned by BAL and provide migration support services throughout the EMEA and APAC regions respectively.

*London office incorporated in England and operated by Berry Appleman & Leiden Limited, a migration support services company. Reg. No. 7465454, Reg. address: 20-22 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4JS, United Kingdom.

**Sydney office operated by Berry Appleman & Leiden Pty. Ltd., Sydney, Australia, a migration support services company.

http://www.balglobal.com

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