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CONVINUS Global Mobility Alert CW 52_2020_english

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  • Chile
  • Zealand
  • Italy
  • Christmas
  • Mexico
This year has brought many challenges for all of us. We hope that you and your family are and remain in good health. Despite the situation, we hope that you can still look back on many happy and beautiful moments. We would like to express our deepest gratitude for the trust you have placed in our work and for the consistently good cooperation. We wish you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas, a relaxing holiday, continued health, happiness and success for the New Year. From the whole CONVINUS-Team, Friederike V. Ruch

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e c e m b e r 2 0 2 0 D s s u e C W 5 2 I CONTRIBUTIONS WHEN SECURITY THE COUNTRY LEAVING FREE SERVICE OF: A GLOBAL MOBILITY SOLUTIONS, TALSTRASSE 70, 8001 ZÜRICH, SCHWEIZ CONVINUS ZEALAND: NEW IMMIGRATION RULES NEW N e w s f r o m t h e W o r l d o f g l o b a l m o b i l i t y Foreig workers must also pay social security contributions and housing fund contributions in Mexico, unless they have been exempted under a social security agreement. However, Mexico only has relevant social security agreements with Spain and Canada in place that exempt foreign workers from paying contributions. With regard to the repayment of contributions when leaving the country permanently, there have been multiple and sometimes contradictory court rulings in the past. The competent court in Mexico City ("Pleno en Materia del Trabajo del Primer Circuito") has now issued a binding ruling that authorizes foreign workers to reclaim contributions when they leave Mexico permanently. The ruling is currently only binding for the Mexico City region. Nevertheless, foreign employees who have already left or are about to leave Mexico MEXICO: OF SOCIAL REIMBURSEMENT should check the possibilities and administrative procedures about claiming back the contributions in their Mexican region. The New Zealand Immigration Service will introduce a new 3-check visa application system as from the middle of 2021. This system introduces three new checks that must be completed before an employer is allowed to hire a migrant. The checks include: Employer check: This check will verify whether the employer is already accredited under the new system. If not, the employer must apply for an accreditation to be able to hire migrants. Once the application has been approved, the employer will receive an accreditation for 12 months, before having to renew it. Job check: In this check, it is examined whether the salary level is in line with the market, the working conditions comply with the labour laws and if necessary, whether a labour market test has been done. Migrant worker check: This is the last step in the new system. The application from the migrant for the new visa will be checked here. The migrant must show that he meets the New Zealand Immigration requirements and has the necessary skills to perform the job. AS FROM MID-2021 In Italy, the Ministry of Labour is responsible for the coordination and management of the reporting portal for notifications under the EU Posted Workers Directive. The login function for the existing platform “Cliclavoro” was recently updated by the Italian authorities and amended by a digital authentication system as of November 15, 2020. From now on, SPID (Sistema Pubblico di Identità), a digital authentication system for private users and companies, will be used. Since the SPID identity is always linked to an Italian tax number or health card, it can only be applied for by Italian citizens or holders of an Italian identity card who are at least 18 years old and in possession of a valid tax number. For notifications under the EU Posted Workers Directive, this means that the legal representative of the receiving company must use his or her personal SPID account to submit the notification. Alternative login options for foreign nationals are available, ITALY: IN THE REPORTING UPDATES but always require an extensive validation of the digital identity beforehand. TOOL FOR EU POSTED WORKERS CHILE: LAW ON FOREIGNERS NEW The Chilean government has passed a new law on foreigners which provides for the following changes: Tourists who have entered Chile are no longer allowed to change their status in the country. Foreigners can apply both at the consulate abroad and in the country for a short-term work permit. All foreigners need a temporary residence visa if they want to work in Chile. This new category has been expanded into 13 sub-categories, including paid workers, self-employed individuals, seasonal workers and foreigners seeking work. Family members may work without further applications. Like the.Swiss settlement permit, permanent residents may keep their residence permit if they stay abroad for up to 2 years. All foreigners who entered Chile legally before March 18, 2020, but who have now an irregular status, will be allowed to obtain a work permit within 180 days of the publication of the law. All other illegal individuals must leave Chile without penalty. The new law is intended to replace the old legislation of 1975 and to ensure a modern, simplified system for the increasing mobility in Chile. WWW.CONVINUS.COM / INFO@CONVINUS.COM

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