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  1. fireball

    fireball New Member

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    -shout- hout-
    ce va fi din 2009? stie cineva ce ganduri au englezoii?
    vor deschide piata muncii pt romani?
    vor mai crapa usa macar?
    ne lasa tot asa?
    ce se aude prin anglia?

    -saint- aint-
     
  2. pepys

    pepys New Member

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    Articolul asta spune ceva legat de intrebarile puse?

    http://www.adevarul.ro/articole/londra- ... presa.html

    Si eu sunt in UK si sper ca de la 1 ianuarie 2009 sa nu mi avem restrictii ca si romani, insa cu "ajutorul" crizei economico-financiare se pare ca vom mai sta pe tusa..

    Cei care sunt in UK mai mult timp, ati mai aflat ceva legat de asta..?
     
  3. iubitulondrei

    iubitulondrei New Member

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    Desi imi doresc, ma indoiesc ca romanul va putea lucra fara restrictii in Imperiul Britanic. De la 1 ianuarie 2009, bineinteles.
     
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    Speram sa gasesc ceva discutii despre subiectul asta, sotul meu de cateva zile tot imi spune despre zvonul asta, sincer eu nu prea cred ca o sa ne traga curentul prin usa aia anul asta care vine. Joburile ne sunt deja amenintate cu criza asta, dar sper sa nu ne fie spulberate visele si de data asta. Deja multi romani isi incep mai devreme sarbatorile datorita santierelor care se inchid -sad3- ad3-
     
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    Nu sint vesti de nici o culoare, sint alte chestii pe care le imposeaza cei de la HO anul asta si viitor, multe propuneri legate de " una si alta" ID cards, scanners/iris/ ptr cetatenii care se califica sa treaca prin ele, pasapoarte sofisticate, etc etc etc, dar nimic in orizont despre deschiderea pe piata muncii a romanilor si bulgarilor. Va fi la stiri ( precum si tot ce am scris mai sus). Intre timp cred ca ar fi bine sa ne concentram in a nu ne face singe rece si sa ne bucuram de locurile de munca pe care le avem ptr ca nu se stie ce va fi miine.
    Keep on eye on the news!
     
  7. parteneru

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    Restrictiile pentru romani si bulgari nu vor fi eliminate inainte de 2012. N-au deschis portile cand economia lor era in floare, doar nu crede cineva ca o vor face acum cand se prevede aproape o dublare a numarului de someri pana in 2010. -sorry- orry-
     
  8. iubitulondrei

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    Speranta moare ultima, nu? Ce conteaza ca noi murim cu putin timp inaintea ei? -eyebrows2- yebrows2-
     
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    Speranta moare ultima?? Nuuu, nu moare deloc. -p3- 3-
    Va fi o schimbare pt A2 de la 1 ian 2009. -sst- st-
     
  10. canishu

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    pai stii ceva si tii numai pt tine?
    hai sa -party- arty- si noi un pic. -hi5- i5-
     
  11. julianne

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    Iertata sa imi fie nestiinta dar ce inseamna A2 si A8... -pullhair- ullhair-
     
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    mai or fii motorway? ca habar nu am nici eu, cred ca am gresit chat room-ul ca se vb codificatlol
     
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    A8 – This term refers to the 8 EEA countries i.e. Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.

    A2 –This term refers to Bulgaria and Romania.

    If you are an A8 or A2 national, the circumstances in which you have the “right to reside” in the UK are more restricted than for other EEA nationals. This can affect your entitlement to benefits that include a “right to reside” requirement.

    Right to Reside

    EEA nationals and their families have the right to reside but the situation can be complex.

    A8 nationals

    A8 nationals do not have complete freedom of movement. An A8 national may set up in business and having done so as a self-employed person has the right of residence. However, an A8 national who wants to take up employment has to comply with conditions under the workers registration scheme. Once this has been done the employee is treated as having a right to reside in the UK. A8 nationals do not acquire a right to reside while they are jobseekers.

    A8 nationals are required to register their first 12 months of employment under the workers registration scheme. This should be done within one month of taking up employment on a Workers Registration Scheme form and a fee of £90 is payable. They then obtain a registration certificate which relates to the specific employment and a registration card which relates to the worker. Any changes in employment should be notified to the Home Office within a month and a new registration certificate will be issued.

    After 12 months employment an A8 national is entitled to the same rights as other EEA nationals. The self-employed and self-sufficient do not require registering. Neither do those who were legally working for over a year on 3rd April 2004 or those that had no condition on their leave on 30th April 2004 that prohibited employment.

    Non-EEA family members of A8 nationals during the first 12 months of employment can apply for a residence stamp by completing the Family Member Residence Stamp application.

    A2 nationals

    Nationals of Romania and Bulgaria became European Union nationals on 1st January 2007 but have limited access to the labour market and are usually required to apply for an Accession Workers Card. These are normally purple in colour and give authorisation for employment. A2 nationals have the right to become self-employed.

    As with the provisions applicable to A8 nationals, certain A2 national are not required to apply for an Authorisation Workers Card and can apply for a blue registration card on a BR (1) form and provide evidence of the exemption i.e.

    · Are in the UK and were entitled to work without restriction on 1st January 2007;

    · Were working lawfully in the UK on 1st January 2007, after they have completed 12 months in continuous employment;

    * Are providing services in the UK on behalf of an employer established in another EEA state.
    * Are family members of EEA nationals (from other member states) or spouses/civil partners of British nationals or people with indefinite leave to remain.

    Self-employed or self-sufficient A2 nationals do not need to register by may apply for a yellow registration certificate using the BR (1) form.

    A2 nationals who are not exempt are only able to apply to the Home Office directly for an Accession Workers Card if they are offered employment in certain areas (e.g. as an au pair placement or domestic worker). In addition, A2 nationals may work in the UK under the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme of apply for an Accession Workers Card having obtained a work permit or a letter of approval from an employer under the work permit scheme. The work permit scheme covers posts that require considerable experience and qualifications as well as low-skilled sector-based employment. This application is made on a BR (3) form.



    EEA family members of an A2 national with, or applying for, an Accession Workers Card or yellow registration card apply on a BR (4) form if they wish to work themselves. They will be issued with an Accession Workers Card and are not limited in the type of work that they can undertake but can only work for a named employer. Non-EEA family nationals apply for family residence stamps on a BR (6) form and there are no restrictions endorsed in relation to employment.

    A2 nationals can apply for a blue registration card instead on a BR (3) form if they can establish that they satisfy the criteria of the Highly Skilled Migrants Programme save that it is not necessary for A2 nationals to pass the English language requirement.

    Students can also obtain yellow registration certificates as evidence of their entitlement to take part-time work.

    Sources of information: Migration & Social Security Handbook– Child Poverty Action Group Disability Rights Handbook – Disability Alliance
    extras de aici: http://glasgowpomoc.co.uk.s32.dnsdotnet ... fault.aspx -jedi- edi-
     
  15. julianne

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    Multumim ca ne-ati luminat, habar nu am avut ca noi suntem in A2...Poate ne unim cu ceilalti sa se faca de 10.-handsrubb2- andsrubb2-
     
  16. canishu

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    bine, bine. s-a lamurit ce inseamna A2 si A8 (carsa-s marci de mashini), dar despre schimbarea din 01.01.2009 ce si stie? cred ca asta ne intereseaza mai tare.
     
  17. iubitulondrei

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    Nici o veste buna fratilor despre noi Romanii din 01.01.2009,din pacate.Din cate am citit .cica va fii anuntat in ziarul The Times ca nu vom avea acces pe piata muncii in nici un caz,asta a spus Gordon Brown.Asa ca,fratilor nu ne asteapta vremuri bune aici in UK -cry2- ry2-
     
  19. brc25

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    nici eu nu cred,nu se da nimic pt.noi.gordon=tony b,amandoi nu iubesc romania.
    dar oare cine ne iubeste,ce tara?
     
  20. victoria30

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    Buna seara! sunt noua pe forum, nici nu stiu cum sa incep... Am tot citit comentariile voastre, mi se par super si m au ajutat foarte mult sa mi fac o idee cu privire la ce ma asteapta! Am 30 de ani si am un baietel de 5 ani, de asemenea si hotararea de a emigra in anglia, londra mai precis. As avea nevoie de niste pareri sincere, oricat de dure ar fi...Am de gand sa vin self employed, o sa am ceva bani pentru inceput, dar nu stiu cum o sa fie cu cel mic, in sensul ca pana o sa inceapa scoala, eu o sa fiu legata de maini si picioare cum se zice. Si cred ca o sa conteze mult si cand o sa am un job, oricum...asta e dilema mea foarte mare, avand in vedere ca suntem doar noi doi... Poate a mai fost cineva in situatia mea, si ma sfatuiti, nu stiu, am temeri ca oricine in situatia asta. In ceea ce priveste criza, nu mi da seama exact cat s a schimbat situatia emigrantilor. Va multumesc pentru eventualele sfaturi, sper ca nu o sa va plictisiti citind, ma simt ciudat sa scriu, dar sa nu cunosc practic cui...Va doresc toate cele bune!
     

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