Swiss Free Movement Of Persons Agreement

1. The Contracting Parties shall allow nationals of other Contracting Parties and their family members within the meaning of Article 3 of this Annex and persons who are sent within the meaning of Article 17 of this Annex to enter their territory against proof of a valid identity card or passport. The Contracting Parties shall provide, in accordance with Annex I, for rights relating to free movement: 49. 367 L 0530: Council Directive 67/530/EEC of 25 July 1967 on the freedom of nationals of a Member State established as farmers in another Member State to move from one holding to another (OJ 190, 10.8.1967, p. 1), as amended by: 37. 363 L 0607: Council Directive 63/607/EEC of 15 October 1963 implementing the provisions of the general programme repealing restrictions on freedom to provide services (OJ 159, 2.11.1963) in the film industry. (7) In Switzerland, health insurance covers accident protection and maternity for persons who do not choose to reside. 1. A frontier worker shall be a national of a Party who has his habitual residence in the border areas of Switzerland or neighbouring countries and who pursues a worker activity in the border areas of another Contracting Party and who, as a general rule, returns to his principal residence every day or at least once a week. For the purposes of this Agreement, border areas shall mean the areas defined in the agreements between Switzerland and its neighbours on transport in border areas. 1.

Without prejudice to other specific agreements concluded between the Parties specifically concerning the provision of services (including the Agreement on Government Procurement, in so far as it covers the provision of services), persons providing services, including undertakings referred to in Annex I, shall have the right to work effectively in the territory of the other Party for a maximum period of 90 days of actual work in a calendar year to provide a service. 4. Without prejudice to paragraph 3, the Parties have agreed on the following provisions: where, after five years and up to 12 years after the entry into force of the Agreement, the number of new residence permits of one of the categories referred to in paragraph 1 issued in a given year to employed and self-employed persons in the European Community exceeds by more than 10% the average of the previous three years, For the following year, Switzerland may unilaterally limit the number of new residence permits in this category for employed and self-employed persons in the European Community to the average of the previous three years, increased by 5%. The following year, the number may be limited to the same level. 2009: Vote on extending free movement to the new EU Member States, Romania and Bulgaria 45. 382 L 0489: Council Directive 82/489/EEC of 19 July 1982 on measures to facilitate the effective exercise of the right of establishment and freedom to provide services in the hairdressing sector (OJ L 347, 31.12.1982, p. 1). (2) OJ L 218, 27.7.1982, p. . . . .