EU services won't need to register

23rd March 2007, Comments 0 comments

23 March 2007, AMSTERDAM – Foreign service provision companies from the EU who carry out work in the Netherlands will soon be able to put their personnel to work here more easily.

23 March 2007

AMSTERDAM – Foreign service provision companies from the EU who carry out work in the Netherlands will soon be able to put their personnel to work here more easily.

They will no longer have to provide the Centre for Work and Income (CWI) with a copy of these employees' proof of identity.

This relaxation of the rules gives in to the wishes of the European Commission, the cabinet announced after its weekly meeting today.

At the end of last year the European Commission found that the Netherlands was acting in violation of EU rules for secondment within the Union by requiring that European service providers first register in writing with the authorities before performing work here.

[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2007]

Subject: Dutch news

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