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In a decision on June 17, 2015, the Council of State ruled that not only the employer but also the employee may have an interest in litigating against the refusal by the UWV to grant a work permit (twv).
The Inspectorate of SZW (Social Affairs and Employment), in connection with the Aliens Employment Act (Wav), investigated the employment of a restaurant employee. According to the IND registration, the employee did not yet have residency rights and was not allowed to work.
On June 4 2015, the European Court of Justice ruled for the first time on integration requirements for third country nationals under the long-term residence EC Directive 2003/109/EC.
The Council of State has ruled that in performing an inspection under the Foreign Nationals (Employment) Act the Inspectorate has discriminated.