News archive for employers
- From 1 November, applicants for a work permit must personally show their passport before the Swedish Migration Agency can make a decision.
- At the beginning of October, the Swedish Migration Agency will start deciding that selected employers must report changes in terms of employment. This reporting obligation is part of the rule changes aimed at counteracting labour exploitation adopted by the Parliament earlier this year.
- As of 3 October, the minimum level of cash compensation for a person applying for a work permit to work as an au pair in Sweden will be raised.
- Those who have received a decision on a residence permit with temporary protection under the Temporary Protection Directive have the right to work in Sweden, but to be able to work, they must also be registered for taxation.