Make sure you have the proper trade license – foreigners might be deported!

2. 9. 2015

Judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court dated 4 March 2015, Ref. No. 6 Azs 296/2014-34

If a foreigner would like to undertake an activity based on a trade license, it is necessary to bear in mind that the license has to correspond to the actual activity pursued.
As put forth by the Supreme Administrative Court in the abovementioned judgment, activities such as puttying, rendering or plastering of external and internal walls, falling within the scope of the vocational trade "Masonry", cannot be performed under the free trade license "Preparatory and finishing work".
Not knowing the proper permission required for the activities carried out by a foreigner does not excuse his behavior and thus exposes him to the risk of an administrative proceeding, which can lead to him being deported from the European Union.

The deportation will not take place only if it would constitute a disproportional interference with the personal and family life of the foreigner. However, a mere worsening of the foreigner's economic situation does not represent such a disproportional interference.

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