Ius Laboris – Immigration and Mobility Update – October 2020
06.10.2020 – Ius Laboris published the latest edition of the Immigration and Mobility Update which shows the changes in global mobility and immigration from around the world over the past two months.
NNDKP is the exclusive contributor for the Romanian section, which is available below:
|Country or region:||Romania|
|Title:||Some exceptions introduced to work permit requirements for foreign workers|
|Summary:||According to a new piece of legislation, if the other conditions prescribed by law for employment of foreign individuals are met, no employment authorisation is required for citizens of Moldova, Ukraine and Serbia who are employed in Romania based on a full-time individual employment contract. This exception is limited to a maximum period of nine months in a calendar year.
As a side note, the rule regarding the prolongation of validity for residence permit for the duration of the state of alert in Romania and a further period of 90 days from the moment the state of alert ends, still applies. This has currently been prolonged for another 30 days starting 15 September 2020).
The full Immigration and Mobility Update is available here.