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Do I need an employment authorization document to work in Romania? I would like to add that I am a German citizen. EU and EEA (European Economic Area) citizens do not need a visa for crossing the border to Romania. If you stay longer than 90 days, you have to register your residence at the General Inspectorate for Immigration. Do non-EU/ EEA researchers need an entry visa for Romania...
Work permit Foreign citizens and staTeless persons who want to engage in employment in the Republic of Moldova must obtain work permit from the National Agency for Employment of the Ministry of Economy. To grant the right to work: To grant the right to work, the employer or its legal representative shall submit to the National Agency for Employment the following documents: the demarche of the company / organization / institution to the...
Are you thinking of moving to Malta? Numerous residents are attracted to the tiny island state every year. These include freelance professionals who can work remotely as well as retirees from Northern Europe, with a good number of them from the UK. The attraction lies in the relatively relaxed way of living, affordable cost of living, as well as the country’s historical links to Britain. Within this section you will find all you need to know...
OVERVIEW FEDERAL FLANDERS WALLONIA BRUSSELS GERMAN-SP.COMM. Foreign workers who are citizens of a country outside the European Economic Area generally need a work permit in order to work in Belgium. However, under certain conditions, postdoctoral researchers who have a fellowship or a work contract may be exempted from the work permit requirement providing their host institution...
Work Permit The professional activity of foreign citizens on national territory can only be carried out with a Work Notice or a Work Permit. According to the European Union regulations, every EU/EEA citizen enjoys the same labour rights as the ones applied to Romanian citizens, and thus, they do not need a work permit. Foreign citizens who are third country nationals, can work in Romania only after obtaining a...
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