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Legal tip 18. Right to work and social security of foreigners in Spain
12 December 2008 @ 07:09

 

Provision 10. Right to work and to Social Security
 
  1. Foreigners meeting legal requirements established in this Act and related regulations will have access to work  asself-employed or as an employee. The same will have right to access to the Social Security system according to current legislation.
  2. Resident foreigners can access work positions for the Public Administration in Spain in equal conditions as national citizens of European Union countries, according to the legal principles of equality, merit, ability and publicity. They can stand for public employment.

 

By Maria L. de Castro

web@costaluzlawyers.es

www.costaluzlawyers.es

" Andalucia verde" By sunshineband. Flickr.com



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Julie said:
14 December 2008 @ 13:35

Are there special dispensations for irregular self employed workers such as the entertainment industry where work is intermittent and almost non existant during the winter months. How can you pay the 250 euro for autonomo and do you still have to pay if you already have a ss card?


Sandra said:
15 December 2008 @ 00:42

What a great view of a peaceful and relaxing rural scene.
What hard work must be involved in creating those regiments of vines, marching across the landscape for as far as the eye can see.
Beautiful!



Maria said:
16 December 2008 @ 07:16

Julie: There are special regulations for employee workers under seasonal contracts for the intermediate periods between one season and the next one. Not for autonomous workers. There are other types of special bonus for autonomous workers under parental circumstances, handicapped...


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