EMPLOYMENT OF FOREIGNERS: IMMIGRATION LAW
Employment of foreigners and other aspects of immigration law are today more current than ever. We are witnessing the emergence of more and more foreign citizens who have decided to move in Croatia and work there. Any person who is not a Croatian citizen (does not have Croatian citizenship) is considered a foreigner. The conditions for the residence and work of third-country nationals in the Republic of Croatia are regulated by the provisions of the Foreigners Act and the Regulation on status and work of Foreigners in the Republic of Croatia. If it is necessary to quickly and reliably regulate the stay of foreigners in our country, contact our legal support team.
WORK PERMITS FOR FOREIGNERS
Who needs work permits to work in the Republic of Croatia? Nationals of a Member State of the European Economic area (EEA) and members of their families are equal in rights with nationals of the Republic of Croatia within the framework of the provisions of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU and can work and provide services in the Republic of Croatia without a residence and work permit. Citizens of non-EU countries can work in Croatia if they obtain a work permit. The procedure for obtaining a work permit is an administrative procedure and we will be pleased to help you to initiate the process.
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
Representation and legal advice in procedures for the acquisition of work permits
Representation and legal advice in procedures for acquiring residence, domicile and citizenship
Representation and legal advice in obtaining visas
Representation and legal counselling for asylum seekers
Representation and legal advice on accommodation issues, bank account opening, etc.
WORK PERMITS FOR FOREIGNERS: WHO NEEDS THEM EXACTLY?
When hiring foreigners, it is important to distinguish between nationals of EEA Member States and members of their families who can work and provide services in the Republic of Croatia without a residence and work permit for up to three months, i.e. without a certificate of registration, while after three months they must have an application for temporary stay for the purpose of work, on which a certificate is issued without delay. On the other hand, residence and work permits are required when hiring third-country nationals, that is, non-EPG members.
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