SLOVAKIA – Recent Legislative Changes to Immigration Procedures

Effective 1 January 2019, amendments to Act No.5/2004 on the Employment Service and Act No. 404/2011 on the Stay of Foreign Nationals affect non-EU nationals working in Slovakia and their employers.

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SLOVAKIA – Recent Legislative Changes to Immigration Procedures

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SLOVAKIA – Long queues for temporary residence permits at foreign police office in Bratislava

The number of non-EU nationals attending the Foreign Police office in Bratislava to submit initial and renewal applications for temporary residence permits (including single permits) has increased significantly in recent weeks, leading to very long queues.

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SLOVAKIA – Long queues for temporary residence permits at foreign police office in Bratislava

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SLOVAKIA – Shortage Occupations Lists are Published; and Processing of Single Permits is Delayed

The Slovak authorities have published lists of occupations with labour shortages during the past calendar year, for districts where the average unemployment rate was lower than 5%. These occupations are now exempt from labour market testing.

Meanwhile, there are significant delays in single permit processing due to understaffing at the Bratislava Labour Office.

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SLOVAKIA – Shortage Occupations Lists are Published; and Processing of Single Permits is Delayed

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SLOVAKIA – Changes to Rules for Employment and Assignment of Non-EU Nationals

Amendments to Slovakia’s Act on Act on Employment Services will take effect on 1 May 2018, bringing several changes to the rules for the employment and assignment of non-EU nationals.

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SLOVAKIA – Changes to Rules for Employment and Assignment of Non-EU Nationals

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CROATIA – New Intra-Corporate Transfer Permit and Posted Worker requirements

Amendments to Croatia’s Foreigners Act recently took effect, implementing the new European Union (EU) intra-company transfer (ICT) permit, and updating the rules for the posting of workers into Croatia.

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CROATIA – New Intra-Corporate Transfer Permit and Posted Worker requirements

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SLOVAKIA – Amendments to Immigration Law Include New EU Intra-Corporate Transfer Permit

Amendments to Slovakia’s Act on Residence of Foreigners and Act on Employment Services took effect on 1 May 2017, introducing the new EU ICT permit, as well as expedited work and residence permit processing for non-EU national employees of innovative businesses.

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SLOVAKIA – Amendments to Immigration Law Include New EU Intra-Corporate Transfer Permit

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SLOVAKIA – Notification of Labour Authorities Now Required for All Seconded Employees

Effective 18 June 2016, new legislation requires employers who send their employees to Slovakia on secondment to notify the National Labour Inspectorate (NLI) of Slovakia, and for sending and hosting companies to maintain certain documents pertaining to the secondment. The Act (No. 351/2015 Coll) on Cross-border Cooperation also introduced new penalties for non-compliance.

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SLOVAKIA – Notification of Labour Authorities Now Required for All Seconded Employees

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