A short-term work permit may be an option for non-EU foreigners intending to work in Hungary for a period of less than 90 days while remaining on a foreign payroll.
Move One was delighted to assist with a fine art transport project on behalf of the Budapest Festival Orchestra this spring. The nine day tour required orchestra equipment to be transferred from Cologne, Germany, …
The government of Slovakia has introduced new requirements for non-EEA foreigners in an attempt to boost the employment of Slovak nationals and reduce the country’s growing unemployment rate. The labor office published the regulations internally in February 2012, however, the rules have only been brought in practice since 1 April, 2012.
The Federal Migration Service has started the strict enforcement of a regulation which requires Highly Qualified Professionals (HQP) to submit work permit extension requests no later than 30 calendar days before the work permit expiration.
Following the decision of the Macedonian government, nationals of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine may enter Macedonia without a visa between March 15, 2012 and March 15, 2013. The allowed period of visa-free stay for the purpose of tourism or business is limited to 90 days within 180 days from the first day of entry into the country.
The Labor Office of the Czech Republic has confirmed that stricter rules will be in effect for non-EU nationals regarding their educational qualifications. Effective 1st July, 2012 at least a secondary school certificate is required in order to obtain a work permit. Non-EU nationals with lower or no qualifications will only be granted work permits in exceptional cases.
The prestigious Re:locate Awards shortlist has just been announced and Move One is thrilled to be nominated, once again, for the category: Technological Innovation in Relocation. Getting onto the shortlist is already a fantastic achievement, but a further compliment is the fact that this is the third year in succession that Move One has been nominated for the award.
Russian immigration authorities have canceled the requirement for foreigners to complete HIV tests at state clinics, thereby revoking legislation introduced in July, 2011.
According to speculation, new requirements will soon be introduced for non-EU foreigners intending to apply for Romanian work permits. While at the time of writing a legalized and attested diploma is sufficient to prove an applicant’s educational background for a work permit in Romania, foreigners will soon be required to submit their diploma transcripts as well for attestation by the Ministry of Education.
When the global climate is fraught with economic strife, the tendency for organisations to make drastic cutbacks is common. Corporate downsizing serves as an effective way for companies to maintain profitability levels, with those departments concerned with the training of existing staff and customer relations, typically culled first.