Examples of EEA Regulations in a sentence
In order to be a worker for the purposes of the EEA Regulations, a person must be employed.
The Company must provide, or pay the Water Authority of Western Australia for the provision of (at the Water Authority of Western Australia’s option) all reticulation sewers.
For the purposes of regulation 6(1)(a) of the EEA Regulations, ‘jobseeker’ means a person who enters the UK in order to seek employment and can provide evidence that he or she is seeking employment and has a genuine chance of being employed.
To acquire the right to reside permanently in the UK, you need to have resided here in accordance with the relevant EEA Regulations for a continuous period of 5 years.
Regulation 14 of the EEA Regulations provides that ‘qualified persons’ have the right to reside in the UK so long as they remain a qualified person.