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Old 02.06.2020, 14:58
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Employing independent frontalier labour workers

We wanted to ask some friends to paint the inside of our house. One is retired no G permit, one has G permit but is not working due to the virus so is free to help.
I want to do it all legally and immigration proof - I dont think they meet the requirements of 'domestic workers' under cheque service. They are also not a company so cant do the working here on a less than 90 day contract declaration. Is there a quick and efficient way of getting them going without them creating a company etc or is it more hassle than its worth?
Thanks for any advice.
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