Agreement On The Free Movement Of Persons Between Switzerland And The Eu

Agreement On The Free Movement Of Persons Between Switzerland And The Eu

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49. 367 L 0530: Council Directive 67/530/EEC of 25 The Contracting Parties agree that Protocol No 1 annexed to the Treaty establishing the European Community on the acquisition of immovable property in Denmark also applies to that Agreement on the acquisition of second homes in Denmark. In the case of other committees dealing with areas covered by the agreements and in which Switzerland has adopted either the acquis communautaire or equivalent measures, the Commission shall consult Swiss experts in accordance with the methodology laid down in Article 100 of the EEA Agreement. (b) the persons referred to in point (a) may, on request, be exempted from the insurance obligation if they reside in one of the following States and can prove that they are entitled to sickness cover there: Austria, Finland, Germany, Italy and Portugal in respect of the persons referred to in points (a)(i)(-iii). 6. Without prejudice to Article 26 of this Annex, a worker who is a national of a Contracting Party and employed in the territory of the other Party shall enjoy all the rights and benefits accorded to workers of the State of work in respect of housing, including ownership of the housing he needs. 377 L 0249: Council Directive 77/249/EEC of 22 March 1977 to facilitate the effective exercise by lawyers of freedom to provide services (OJ L 347, 22.12.1977, p. 1). OJ L 78, 26.3.1977, p. 3). 17), amended by: on 22 December 2016, Switzerland and the EU concluded an agreement under which a new Swiss law (in response to the referendum) would oblige Swiss employers to take in all jobseekers (whether Swiss or non-Swiss nationals registered in Swiss employment agencies), while respecting the free movement of EU citizens in Switzerland so that they can work there. [15] 1.

Article 2 of the Federal Act on Old-Age and Inheritance Insurance and Article 1 of the Federal Law on Invalidity Insurance, which govern voluntary insurance in these branches for Swiss nationals residing in States not covered by this Convention, shall apply to persons residing outside Switzerland who are nationals of the other States covered by this Convention; and for refugees and stateless persons residing in the territory of those States, if such persons join voluntary insurance no later than one year after the date on which they are no longer covered by old-age, inheritance and disability insurance after an uninterrupted period of insurance of at least five years. . . .