News archive for employers
- On 1 June 2022, new rules for work permits in Sweden came into effect. The new rules affect several different types of work permits, and applies to both those who are planning to apply for a work permit, and those who are waiting for a decision today.
- The Swedish Riksdag has decided on several rule changes to attract international competence to Sweden and counteract labour exploitation. The new rules will come into effect on 1 June and affect several types of work permits.
- The Swedish Migration Agency is currently rejecting applications for seasonal work from people who are resident in Ukraine. However, anyone from Ukraine who is in Sweden can receive a residence permit under the Temporary Protection Directive, which gives the person the right to work.
- On 1 January, the Swedish Migration Agency introduced new, digital LMA cards that make it easy to check if an asylum seeker has the right to work.