Intra-company transfer

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In an intra-company transfer, a company transfers an item, or employee to work temporarily in a different office, often in another country.

A company that decides to send one or more of their employees to work at an office of theirs which is located elsewhere, is making an intra-company transfer.

If the transfer requires that their employee moves to a different company a special "intra company transfer work permit" must be issued.[1]

There are controls to ensure that the foreign employee continues to be employed at their specified position throughout their working period - the permit is valid for 2 years in most countries.

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