I have a friend who is working in Croatia with a Residence Permit since he is originally from Albania.
He is currently living and working in Germany since his company has a construction work there. He does not need a German residence permit for this.
The only extra requirement for working in Germany was that he has an international insurance called A1.
My question is if a Croatian/or other EU Country company is contracted to do some construction work in Finland are their foreign employees allowed to live here with their current non-Finnish residence permit?
If so are there any extra requirements?
Thank you in advance
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Working in Finland with a Croatian Residence Permit
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They are. The rules are on the EU level.
https://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/w ... dex_en.htm