Newland Chase is once again on the shortlist to receive the Forum for Expatriate Management’s (FEM) APAC EMMA for Immigration Provider of the Year. The 2019 APAC Expatriate Management & Mobility Awards (EMMAs) will be presented at the gala awards dinner during the FEM APAC Global Mobility Summit held September 5 at the Hotel Fort Canning in Singapore.
“Newland Chase is honored to be shortlisted again this year as Immigration Provider of the Year in the APAC region. It’s a testament to the outstanding professionals who deliver exceptional service and solutions on behalf of our organization to our global clientele. We take enormous pride in our ability to offer consultative and innovative immigration guidance to these clients.”
- Steven Diehl, Global Managing Director, Newland Chase
Newland Chase’s capabilities in the Asia Pacific region include its regional headquarters in Singapore – with additional offices in Shanghai, Tianjin, and Hong Kong in China; Delhi, Hyderabad, and Bengaluru in India; Tokyo, Japan; and Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, and Brisbane in Australia. This year’s EMMAs entry highlighted the exceptional work of Newland Chase teams on particularly challenging projects for clients in Australia, China, and Thailand.
Newland Chase, a wholly owned subsidiary of CIBT, is the leading global provider of immigration and visa services for corporations and individuals with over 1,700 expert immigration and visa professionals, attorneys and qualified migration consultants located in over 70 offices in 25 countries – providing immigration and business travel support to and from more than 190 countries around the world.
The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) is the premier worldwide community for global mobility professionals. With numerous international and country events, it supports best industry practices across all global mobility sectors. Newland Chase has supported FEM’s mission by partnering to present numerous educational sessions and events, including FEM’s Masterclass Series for mobility professionals, and sponsoring the founding of FEM’s first Mexico chapter last year in Mexico City.