Understanding the nature of the EU ICT Directive and its place in the EU Community Framework;
Understanding the relation between the EU ICT Permit and national legislation;
Understanding the relevance of the EU ICT Directive for the GM practice.
Recommended level of knowledge: Immigration – The EU Community Law Framework
Duration video: 22 minutes
Number of pages handbook: 8
Course number 19.07.04
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EU Immigration - Temporary Intra-Company Transfers
As a general rule, non-EU citizens require work authorization for each EU member state when sent the...
As a general rule, non-EU citizens require work authorization for each EU member state when sent there on a temporary assignment which sometimes results in lengthy processing time. However, multinational companies are hindered by these lengthy procedures when they need to transfer staff temporarily to a group company to gain experience and develop business. To take away these obstacles and make the EU a more attractive place for highly skilled migrants, the EU ICT directive was adopted. In this course, Nihat Kurt explains the framework of this EU directive, its scope and terms and conditions.