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Danish immigration authorities released new rules that update the work permit exemption policy for employees working within affiliated companies.
Additional Information: An invitation letter with the following information is required for consideration: company information, number of employees, period of stay and an employment contract. The new rule can only be applied to managerial work or work requiring knowledge at the highest or intermediate level in the following sectors: construction, agriculture, forestry and horticulture, cleaning, including window cleaning, hotel and restaurant services and road freight.
BAL Analysis: The Danish Ministry of Immigration and Integration announced that the amendment is effective as of Nov. 17. This is a welcome change for Danish-affiliated companies, and the new 15-day exemption rule will hopefully make intracompany work more flexible for employees performing work in Denmark.
This alert has been provided by the BAL Global Practice Group.
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