A partner in the Netherlands' leading immigration law firm, Marcel brings 18 years experience in all aspects of Dutch and EU immigration.
His practice encompasses a broad range of corporate and business immigration work, including, inter alia, work permit applications in all categories, intra-company transfers, HSMP, permit transfer in connection with M&A, compliance training, defining compliance policies, EU and non-EU services provision issues and trade and investor applications, notably for US, Japanese and Turkish nationals.
Marcel is especially knowledgeable on immigration compliance and providing immigration solutions in connection with cross-border service provision, notably on-site consultancy and installation assignments. Everaert's corporate immigration practice group services multiple global consultancy and IT service providers who need to post staff with customers in the EEA, and he has gained significant experience in this field.
Marcel's clients include multinational companies with household names in the IT, telecom, finance, food and other sectors, with locations in the Americas, India, China, Japan and the EU.
Marcel is a frequent lecturer, contributing co-editor to the leading commentary on the Dutch Immigration Act, editor-in-chief of the Journal on Dutch Immigration Law and co-editor and case annotator of the leading Dutch immigration jurisprudence series. He frequently teaches courses in immigration law to attorneys and IND officials. At the request of the Ministry of Justice, Marcel served as an expert adviser in the immigration policy reform, known as "Modern Migration Policies".
Marcel has been a partner since 2002 and is a member of IBA, AILA (int ass) and the Dutch specialist associations for immigration lawyers, SVMA and WRV.
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