IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? The Netherlands will lift work permit requirements for Croatian nationals July 1.
What does the change mean? Dutch employers will no longer be required to apply for work permits for Croatian employees.
Background: Croatia joined the European Union in 2013. Under transitional provisions, the Netherlands opted to restrict labor access for Croatians from that point until now. Legally, the Netherlands could continue to impose restrictions for another two years, but has opted not to do so. A letter from the government stating that restrictions will be lifted is available here.
BAL Analysis: The removal of restrictions will benefit Croatian nationals and the companies that employ them in the Netherlands.
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