Europe: Immigration - The Schengen Entry Visa

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Learning objectives:
  • Understanding the nature of an entry visa;
  • Understanding how the Schengen agreement works;
  • Understanding what is meant by employment and employment-related work across country borders;
  • Understanding the difference between an entry visa and a work permit;
  • Understanding the main principle of employment-related migration law: a cross-border worker is not entitled to engage into any kind of employment activities unless permitted by law;
  • Understanding the legal compliance requirements involved.
Recommended level of knowledge: Immigration Compliance Part 1, 2 and 3
Duration video: 41 minutes
Number of pages handbook: 25
Number of tests: 19
Course number 19.07.03
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