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Haiyan Cai

Legal adviser/Head of immigration

CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats
2 rue Ancelle
92522 Neuilly-sur-Seine
Cedex
France
Languages Chinese, English, French

Haiyan Cai joined CMS Paris in 2017. 

Haiyan was among the first generation of legal advisers to aid Chinese outbound investments to get started in France.
 
Haiyan graduated with degrees in Customs Practice and a Master in Law.  She joined the China desk of DS Avocats in 2003 where she was assigned to Chinese Greenfield investments.
 
She works to assure legal services in international mobility for top international managers and their families.
 
With 17 years of field experience, she designs and implements the immigration policies and methods with our Labor Law, Social Security Law and Tax Law specialists to ensure a one-stop service.
 
She is a frequent lecturer to promote the French investment environment for foreign companies, which bridges people, languages and cultures.
 
With a comprehensive view of the problems that investors might encounter, she offers effective and time-saving solutions.
 
She has extensive experience servicing Chinese and other international companies listed in Fortune’s Global 500.
 
Haiyan speaks French, English and Chinese.
 

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Relevant experience

  • DS Avocats Law Firm paralegal and legal adviser (2003-2007)

 

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Education

  • Master in Law and Customs Practices - Paris Descartes University (2007)

 

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Publications

  • Short term missions ‘Doing Business guide ‘ by Business France (March 2015)
  • Mobilité internationale : point d’actualité pour les employeurs étrangers détachant des travailleurs en France - Les Echos Exécutives (16/04/2018)
  • Brexit: what about UK citizens working in France? - CMS (26/03/2019)
  • Intégration d'un talent étranger en France : quelles nouveautés ? - Les Echos Exécutives (22/05/2019)
  • The ins and outs of Brexit - Employment and tax aspects - Webinar (06/06/2019)
  • Détachement transnational de salariés : le rôle du donneur d'ordre renforcé pour lutter contre le travail illégal - Les Echos Exécutives (31/07/2019)

 

 

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