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Angajati romani fara permise/carduri

Discussion in 'EMPLOYMENT' started by raluu, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. liamioana

    liamioana New Member

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    Multumesc mult pentru raspunsuri.. . Am inteles topicul deschis de tine, eu doar spuneam ca sunt multe situatiile in care legal nu trebuie sa aplici pt BC iar daca nu cunosti fiecare caz in parte nu te poti pronunta, mai ales din auzite.. . Mai mult decat atat imi este foarte greu de crezut ca cei de la home office nu aplica amenzi in cazul nerespectarii prevederilor legale (vezi campanile impotriva muncii ilegale intreprinse). Sunt convinsa ca astel de stiri fac prima pagina a ziarelor.. .
     
  2. raluu

    raluu New Member

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    "Exemption from work authorisation
    If you have been working in the UK as an employee, for a continuous period of 12 months or more with permission to do so (for example, as a student or an Au Pair), you would now be exempt from work authorisation and you are not required to apply for The blue card.
    However, from an employers perspective, the blue card is the only document that would provide them with a statutory defence against a civil penalty, and so, you may find it difficult to find employment without one."

    LOL
     
  3. dddd

    dddd New Member

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    sursa?!
     
  4. Radooo

    Radooo New Member

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    Partial adevarat.
    Crezi ca se dau amenzi fara sa se verifice ca tu lucrezi acolo legal?
     
  5. Radooo

    Radooo New Member

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    Pt prima parte - exempt - sursa e siteul ukba.
     
  6. raluu

    raluu New Member

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    cand trimiti un mail la bulrom@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk cum am facut eu cand am vrut sa intreb niste info, primesti un mail automat no reply cu tot felul de informatii printre care si cea postata de mine mai sus:
    asta e no reply -ul complet:

    Please do not reply to this message
    This is the EU2Enquiries mailbox. This mailbox provides responses to those enquiries not covered by the bulrom mailbox.
    If your enquiry is covered in the information shown below you will not receive a response.
    If you submitted an application more than six months ago, and would like to check the progress, then please send your enquiry to BarcEnquiries@ukba.gsi.gov.uk. If you applied less than six months ago, you will not receive a response.
    You can also email this department if you need to notify us of a change of address.
    Please note that we do not provide written confirmation that your application is under consideration.
    We aim to process 95% of postal applications within six months. We may be able to consider your application urgently, but only in exceptional circumstances. Please see our website for more information: http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/eucit ... equesting/
    If you are an employer and would like advice on employing Romanian and Bulgarian nationals, please visit our website for further information: http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/about ... enquiries/
    Exemption from work authorisation
    If you have been working in the UK as an employee, for a continuous period of 12 months or more with permission to do so (for example, as a student or an Au Pair), you would now be exempt from work authorisation and you are not required to apply for The blue card.
    However, from an employers perspective, the blue card is the only document that would provide them with a statutory defence against a civil penalty, and so, you may find it difficult to find employment without one.
    You would also be exempt if:
    • You are the spouse/civil partner of a British Citizen, or
    • You are the spouse/civil partner of a Romanian or Bulgarian national who is self-employed, self-sufficient, a student or the holder of an Accession Worker card, or
    • You are the spouse/civil partner of an EEA national who is exercising a Treaty right and residing in the UK with you.
    A full list of all other exemptions can be found on the following link.
    http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/eucit ... iveworkuk/
    Students
    If you wish to apply for the yellow registration certificate as a student, you must complete a BR1 application form.
    If you currently hold a yellow registration certificate as a student and your course is due to end, your yellow card will remain valid for employment for a maximum period of four months from your course end date. As you will have completed your course, you will be able to work full time.
    Self-employed
    If you are working in a self-employed capac¬ity, and exercising a Treaty right on that basis, you will not need to obtain a yellow registration certificate although you will need to be able, if challenged, to demonstrate that you are genuinely self-employed. If you are exercising a Treaty right as a self-em¬ployed person, you may apply for a registration cer¬tificate confirming this. If you wish to apply for the registration certificate, then you can do so by completing a BR1 application form.

    How do I apply for permission to work in the UK?
    If you wish to work in the UK as an employee, you will need to first obtain either an Accession Worker Card or a Registration Certificate.
    The application form that you submit depends on what type of work you wish to do in the UK.
    BR1 Form – you would complete this form if you are applying as either; exempt from work authorisation, a student, self sufficient or self employed.
    BR2 Form – you would complete this form if you are applying as a Highly Skilled Migrant, either under the points based system, MBA provision or based on qualifications that you have been awarded in the UK in the last 12 months.
    BR3 Form – you would complete this form if you are applying for an Accession Worker card.
    BR4 Form – you would complete this form if you are applying as the spouse/civil partner of a Romanian or Bulgarian national who is the holder of an Accession card.
    BR5 Form – you would complete this form if you are a Non-EEA national who is the family member of a Bulgarian or Romanian national.
    Each application form has a checklist that advises which documents you are required to submit with your application. The forms can be downloaded here:
    http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/eucit ... /applying/
    Accession Worker Card
    The Accession Worker Card is a two stage application process which requires an employer to apply for a Work Permit first, using a WP1 form. For this application to be successful, the job that you will be doing must be at least equivalent to NVQ Level 3. A list of all these jobs can be found here;
    http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... e2012-cop/
    If the WP1 application is successful, then the employer will receive a Letter of Approval. This letter must then be sent with your BR3 application form.
    http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/eucit ... /applying/
    Please note that some jobs are exempt from the Work Permit requirement. A list of these can be found here:
    http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/eucit ... iveworkuk/
    Appointments
    If you would like to book a same day service appointment at our Public Enquiry Office in Croydon, you will need to register your details on our website first, using the ‘Apply Online’ function. We are unable to advise on the availability of dates for appointments as we do not have access to this information. Please note that you can only book an appointment for the following application types; BR1, BR2 (except those applicants applying under the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme), BR3 and BR4.
    Permanent Residency and British Citizenship
    We are unable to advise on applications for Permanent Residency or British Citizenship.
    For more information on Permanent Residency (after 5 years of working in the UK), please see the following link:
    http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/eucit ... /applying/
    For information on obtaining British Citizenship, please use the following link:
    http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/briti ... /applying/
    National Insurance
    We are unable to advise on any queries relating to obtaining a National Insurance (NI) Number or how you should register to pay Tax and NI contributions. Please direct these enquiries to Revenue and Customs: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/selfemployed/index.shtml
    If the above information does not answer your query then please email EU2Enquiries@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk. We aim to response to enquiries within two working days.
    Please note that if your email is regarding any of the above, you will not receive a response.
    General information for Bulgarian and Romanian nationals can be found at
    http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/eucit ... a-romania/
     

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