Consent for the work of a representative for more than 90 days is granted for representation:
- of a sole trader,
- of a legal entity established under the Companies Act, or
- of a Slovenian branch of a foreign company where a foreign national wants to get the employment or work.
Under what conditions do we grant consent?
Consent for the work of a representative for more than 90 days in a calendar year is granted if the following conditions are met:
- doing business actively as an employer or hirer means:
- that you have had at least one person in full-time employment and registered in the compulsory social insurance schemes for at least six months prior to the submission of the application or
- that you have been registered as an individual to pursue an activity and registered in the compulsory social insurance schemes for at least six months prior to the submission of the application or
- that you recorded receipts from business operations amounting to at least EUR 10,000 in the transaction account in Slovenia each month during the six-month period before the application was submitted;
- that you have no outstanding tax liabilities;
- that the representative is entered in the relevant register;
- that you have attached an employment contract (if you are the employer) or a civil law contract (if you are the hirer);
- that the annual quota of consent to the single permit, which can be determined by the Slovenian government to limit the number of foreign nationals on the labour market has not been used up.
If you have been registered for a period of less than 6 months and you want to be granted consent, you must invest at least EUR 50,000 before submitting the application for a single permit in the activity in which a foreign national is to carry out work.
What supporting documents should be attached?
Please attach the following evidence of compliance with the conditions for granting the consent to your application for a single permit:
- a photograph or reference number of the foreign national from the electronic repository of photographs,
- a passport or a certified photocopy of the passport of the foreign national,
- evidence of compulsory health insurance (when a foreign national states that he/she is not covered by compulsory health insurance in Slovenia),
- proof of sufficient means of subsistence,
- a certificate from the criminal record of the home country of the foreign national (always when the first single permit is issued, otherwise only on request),
- an employment contract signed by the employer or a civil law contract signed by the hirer,
- a statement by the employer and proof that he/she has invested at least EUR 50,000 in the activity in which the foreign national is to carry out work before applying for the single permit (always when the first single permit is issued in the case of an employer registered for a period shorter than 6 months).