The immigration policy of Bosnia and Herzegovina recognizes the contribution of foreign experts and professionals to the economy, yet, despite advancement in the regulation of mobility of workforce, and adoption of new legislation in line with the EU directives, the immigration system in Bosnia and Herzegovina is complicated and full of potential obstacles. Timely engagement of competent lawyers will significantly increase chances for overcoming the administrative barriers. We provide legal advice to foreign clients and assist them in relation to obtaining and extending residence permits, permanent stay permits, issuance and extending of work permits, and regulating the status of foreigners who are not obliged to obtain work permit. Members of our team regularly advise various clients when regulating their status issues in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including residence permits for family members.
Even after a great deal of effort we put in the process of obtaining a favourable court decision, voluntary payment is not something that happens often. Marić & Co's experienced team will provide best assistance when it comes to extrajudicial debt collection procedure by way of settling claims ...Read more
Personal data protection and privacy issues impact on all business and industry sectors across the globe. With the flourish of cloud computing, increasing numbers of businesses are considering the use of so-called cloud services that involve processing and storage being provided by cloud service pro...Read more
Although employment laws have changed, the standpoint of a majority judges in Bosnia and Herzegovina is still the one from the communist era, which is to support the employees against the employer at any cost. Any mistake of the employer, no matter how benign, can have severe consequences. For this ...Read more