Limosa procedures relaxed

13th September 2007, Comments 0 comments

13 September 2007, BRUSSELS - The Belgian government has modified its 'Limosa' procedures for monitoring business visitors from other EU member states.

13 September 2007

BRUSSELS - The Belgian government has modified its 'Limosa' procedures for monitoring business visitors from other EU member states.

It has now been agreed to exempt from such declarations all visits to attend 'scientific congresses'. Moreover, employers with staff attending business meetings in Belgium will no longer need to complete Limosa forms, provided the visits by each staff member do not exceed 60 days per year or last for longer than 20 days per meeting.

However, once these changes have been introduced this autumn, there will still be a requirement for employers and end users to have in place internal systems to track staff movements into and out of Belgium.

[Copyright: FedEE Services Ltd 2007]

Subject: Belgian news

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