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Regarding Germany, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, details can be found on the Commission website. According to the table of all notifications, they all periodically invoke the “security situation in Europe and threats resulting from the continuous significant secondary movements”. This is obviously in blatant contradiction with article 25 but in ...


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The "Global Mobility Specialist" of my company has confirmed in a Slack channel for immigration information that it's fine to post this inside your own apartment, e.g. living room and kitchen. He said some folks even post it in their bedroom.


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First of all, this is probably not legal, either because it is in substance an effort to avoid immigration laws, because the workers are inaccurately classified as independent contractors when they should be classified as employees, or because it amounts to money laundering. It also would be a violation of immigration laws to the extent that someone knew, or ...


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