EUsmileWEallsmile wrote:There is a schedule of excuses an employer can make if he hires a worker, who turns out to be not entitled to work. EEA family permit is not on the list.
mirwais29 wrote:According to the EU regulation and the information on the UK Border Agency he will have the right to work as soon as he steps into the country, but then I can see that it seems to be hard to find a job til you have the Residence Card and that takes UP TO 6 MONTHS!!! That does not make any sense and it is actually contrary to EU law.
EUsmileWEallsmile wrote:The basis for the employer's guidance is the Immigration (Restrictions on Employment) Order 2007. In the schedule, there are two lists, A and B. On list B, items 4 and 5 deal with EEA family members. I see that point 1 talks about a passport endorsed to show, etc, but I doubt this was meant for EEA family members.
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