SINGLE PERMIT-Must to know for corporate international mobility managers

The new legislation transposing the Single Permit Directive and constitutes grounds for further implementation of the Intra-Corporate Transferees Directive, Seasonal Workers Directive and the Directive on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals for the purposes of research, studies, training, voluntary service, pupil exchange schemes or educational projects and au pairing. should be…

LUXEMBOURG -NEWS

The Law of 29/08/2008 and two Grand-Duchy Regulations amended. A brief insight: Authorisation of stay for salaried worker (Article 42 Law of 29/08/2008 as amended) a copy of the valid passport, in its entirety must be provided –a certified copy is not any more required. a copy of the diploma or professional qualifications certificates accompanied…

Posting of workers-a more restrictive “non-replacement condition”

In Alperind GmbH and Others (C-527/16) the European Court of Justice confirms (once again) the binding and retroactive effect of the Portable Document A1, adds to the debate in regard to the interpretation of the ruling in Altun and Others(C-359/16), and rules for a restrictive interpretation of the “non-replacement condition”. The case in the main…

Unregistered partners of returning EU citizens

In Secretary of State for the Home Department v Rozanne Banger(C-89/17)]. the European Court of Justice takes a step forward on the path to enhance unregistered partners’ entry and residence rights. The dispute in the main proceedings Ms Rozanne Banger is a South African national. Her partner Mr Philip Rado (UK national) and Ms Banger…

Double social security subjection -still an academic debate?

The recent ECJ’s ruling in European Commission v Belgium (C-356/15) should add to the academic debate on the judgment in Altun and Other (C-359/16). In Altun and Other, the ECJ underlined the principle of prohibition of fraud and abuse of right and ruled that in specific circumstances, a national court may, in the context of…

European Day of Employment and social policy

Last week and particularly on 21 June, the Council’s agenda was dedicated to major employment and social policy matters. Coordination of social security systems The Council agreed its position on the amendment of Regulations 883/2004 and 987/2009 and will start negotiations with the European Parliament once the latter will be adopting its position. The following…

NEWS Employment and social policy

On Thursday and Friday this week, the Council will discuss several employment and social policy topics: Revision of Regulations 883/2004 and 987/2009 on coordination of the social security systems. Directive on transparent and predictable working conditions. Directive on work-life balance for parents and carers. Regulation on establishing a European Labour Authority. In the same context,…

Concept of “spouse” under the EU law – ruling in Coman and Others

In Coman and Others (C-673/16), the European Court of Justice brings a detailed analysis of the concept of “spouse” within the meaning of Directive 2004/38, in the context of same-sex marriage. The case in the main proceedings The situation at issue in the main proceedings concerns a Romanian citizen and his spouse US citizen. The…

Portable Document A1-the Administrative Commission is calling for greater scrutiny

The Administrative Commission recommendation concerning the issuance of Portable Documents A1 will enter into force on 18 June 2018. The Administrative Commission determines the structure and the content of the Portable Document A1 concerning the applicable legislation which applies to the holder. The recommendation (non-binding act), contains guidance in view of ensuring a greater scrutiny…