GREECE – New Intra-Corporate Transfer Permit Implemented [UPDATED]

[UPDATE] On 8 November 2018, the Greek government published an internal ministerial circular concerning the new Intra-Company Transfer (ICT) Permit, enabling for the first time the submission of applications under law No. 4540 and clarifying several aspects of the new ICT process.

On 22 May 2018, the Greek government published a law implementing the European Union (EU) Directive 2014/66 “on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals in the framework of an intra-corporate transfer”.

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GREECE – New Intra-Corporate Transfer Permit Implemented [UPDATED]

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GREECE – New Intra-Corporate Transfer Permit Implemented

On 22 May 2018, the Greek government published a law implementing the European Union (EU) Directive 2014/66 “on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals in the framework of an intra-corporate transfer”.

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GREECE – New Intra-Corporate Transfer Permit Implemented

This alert was prepared using information provided by Corporate Relocations Greece.

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GREECE – New Notification and Document Storage Requirements for Posted Workers

Effective immediately, all companies based in an EU Member State posting employees to Greece must notify the labour authorities on or before the assignment start date, designate a local representative and retain certain documents.

While Greece transposed the European Union Posted Workers Enforcement Directive (2014/67/EU) into its national law in 2016 through Presidential Decree 101/2016, actual implementation and enforcement of its provisions was delayed until recently.

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GREECE – New Notification and Document Storage Requirements for Posted Workers

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GREECE – Residence Permit Applications Suspended 15 to 24 February

The Ministry of Interior in Greece has announced that it will not be accepting any residence permit applications between 15 and 24 February 2017, due to the implementation of technical reforms.

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GREECE – Residence Permit Applications Suspended 15 to 24 February

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GREECE – Changes to Translation Services at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Translation Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has stopped offering translation services into and out of Finnish, Swedish, Slovenian, Chinese and Japanese.

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GREECE – Changes to Translation Services at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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Peregrine Partner News – Corporate Relocations Greece Launches New Website

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GREECE – Blue Cards May Be Issued for 40 Job Positions in Piraeus

The Ministry of Interior Affairs has published a Ministerial Decision to allow the issuance of Blue Cards for up to 40 highly-skilled non-EU nationals taking up jobs in the region of the port of Piraeus near Athens.

The opening is thought to be for very specific projects in the port of Piraeus, and not a general launch of the Blue Card in Greece.

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GREECE – Blue Cards May Be Issued for 40 Job Positions in Piraeus

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GREECE – Translation Requests via Agents Require Power of Attorney

The Translation Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Greece has announced that, from now on, any third party representative submitting any document for translation on behalf of an applicant of any nationality must present a signed legal authorisation form (power of attorney).

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GREECE – Translation Requests via Agents now Require Power of Attorney

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