IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? Israel’s National Immigration Authority has indicated that it will step up inspections, with a particular focus on contractors and third-party employees working at client sites.
What does the change mean? Employers are advised to review the immigration statuses of contractors and subcontractors, the activities of business travelers and maintain copies of immigration documents and reports that may be requested by authorities.
BAL Analysis: Companies can face serious consequences if employees, contractors or subcontractors are working without the proper permit or are conducing activities that are not allowed on the permit or visa they hold. Employers are urged to review the status of contractors and subcontractors and be sure they maintain relevant documents.
This alert has been provided by the BAL Global Practice group and our network provider located in Israel. For additional information, please contact your BAL attorney.
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