“Deloitte” has announced the results of an international study about the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals being relocated within a group of companies in different EU member states. National legal regimes have been harmonized following an implementation of Intra-Corporate Transfer Directive 2014/66/ES (ICT Directive).
According to Gintare Stoniene, a Managing Associate leading Employment & Immigration service line in Professional Partnership of Advocates “Deloitte Legal”, the main advantage of the ICT Directive is that a third-country national, holding an ICT permit issued by one EU member state, can move between different subjects belonging to the same group of companies and work for up to 90 days in a half a year period. The ICT Directive also provides more favourable entry and employment conditions for family members of non-EU nationals.
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