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European Workers Registration Visa

Countries elligible for The European Workers Registration Visa

The Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia have been subject to the Accession State Worker Registration Scheme. Nationals from Malta and Cyprus are excluded.

An Individual will need to register if they are a national of one of the new member states listed above and is starting a new job on or after 1 May 2004, or they have been working in the UK before 1 May 2004 without permission.

Individuals do not need to register if they are working only in a self employed capacity; they have been working legally in the UK prior to 1st May 2004 or they are providing services in the UK on behalf of an employer who is not established in the UK.

Individuals should apply for a registration certificate as soon as they start a job. If the application is successful they will be issued with a Worker Registration Card and a certificate authorising work with the employer concerned. After 12 months the individual can obtain full Treaty rights and will be free from the requirement to register. The individual can then apply for an EEA residence permit confirming the right to live in the UK under European Community Law.

Please fill out this enquiry form in order for us to assist you further. Alternatively, please contact us on 020 7706 8745 or email us at .

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"The worker registration scheme, set up by the Government to monitor the impact of EU accession on the UK labour market and restrict access to benefits, is working effectively with accession nationals continuing to register, figures published by the Government today show.

The latest quarterly statistics for October to December 2004 show that just over 40,000 people from the accession states applied to the scheme, bringing the total number of applicants since May 2004 to around 130,000.

Applications have fallen since their peak between May and July, with figures for December at around 8,000. Up to around 40 per cent of applicants are thought to have been in the UK before 1 May 2004 and to have legitimised their status."

Immigration & Nationality Directorate February 2005

 

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