If the holder of an employment permit ceases, for any reason, to be employed by the employer, or as the case may be the connected person or contractor, named on the permit during the period of validity of the permit, the original employment permit and the certified copy held by the employer, or as the case may by, the connected person or contractor, must be returned immediately to the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation.
The following non-EEA nationals do not require an employment permit:
– non-EEA workers legally employed in one Member State who are temporarily sent on a contract to another Member State-the employer does not need to apply for employment permits in respect of the non-nationals for the period of contract.
– a Non-EEA national who has been granted permission to remain in the State on one of the following grounds:
If you would like to speak to an Employment Law Solicitor about a work permit please phone 01 8211288
Call +353 (01) 821-1288 or email us now to discuss your legal requirements and one of our friendly team will contact you.