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EU Blue Card also allowed to start business

13 April 2017 The Secretary of State of Social Affairs has confirmed that holders of an EU Blue Card are also allowed to start a business besides their work as employee under the EU Blue Card. Required is that...

Right to continue to work pending renewal GVVA (Single Permit)

6 April 2017 As of 5 April 2017 employees holding a GVVA (Single Permit for Residence and Work) are allowed to continue working pending the renewal application. This was prohibited. To have this right:...

Highly Skilled workers also allowed to start as entrepreneur

31 March 2017 As of 1 April 2017 highly skilled migrant workers (holding a ‘ kennismigrant ’ permit), are also allowed to start working as an entrepreneur besides their work as employee. Required is that...

Nationals of Georgia no longer need a Schengenvisa

20 March 2017 As of 28 March 2017 nationals of Georgia no longer need a Schengenvisa to travel to the Schengenarea for a stay up to 90 days. Required for visa free travel is that these persons are in the...

EU Blue Card salary threshold 2017

20 December 2016 The salary thresholds for 2017 to obtain a permit as a highly skilled migrant, EU Blue Card, and an intra corparate transferee permit (based upon the EU ICT Directive) are published. The...

European Intra Company Transfer Directive has to be implemented 29 November

21 October 2016 The Intra Corporate Transfer Directive (2016/44/EU) is a Directive of the European Parliament and the European Commission on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals in the...

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