Iraq has gone through a tremendous socio-economic transition, which cannot but leave an impact not only on the way the country is governed, but also on the rules, methods and concepts whereby it conducts business with the outside world. The corporate community, both local and international, is having to make adjustments relevant to the new developments in the Iraqi marketplace. Whatever the industry your organization involved in, you will still need to be aware of the changes in such areas as visa regulations, local and foreign staff recruitment, customs clearance, as well as company registration and physical presence on the ground. All of this is happening in a climate of heated political rivalry in a nascent democracy, not totally immune against the winds of violence and instability. At Aljawda, we make it our job to ensure that life becomes easier for international and regional organizations and companies doing business in, or with, Iraq. As Iraq's pioneering venture in this field, we have acquired a wealth of experience and established an incomparable standing in the field by insisting on expert handling of our clients' needs, professional transparency and prompt delivery. It is all part of our motto: "When in Iraq, do what you do best, and we'll handle the rest".