Those from countries who joined the EU in 2004 - Estonia, Slovenia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary - and those from Bulgaria and Romania, which joined in 2007, may be entitled to jobseeker's allowance, but only if they have been working and registered for at least 12 months with the Home Office Worker Registration Scheme, the DWP added.
What does WRS stand for?
WRS stands for Worker Registration Scheme (UK)
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We have 125 other meanings of WRS in our Acronym Attic
- Wide Area Reference Station (FAA Wide Area Augmetation System)
- Wide-Area Ground Reference Station
- Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (Edmonton, CA)
- Wildlife Removal Services (Bloomington, MN)
- Wildlife Reserves Singapore
- Wind Resistant Sateen (fabric)
- Wind River Systems (software)
- Wisconsin Retirement System
- With Rain Sensor (irrigation technology)
- Work Request System
- Workplace Relevance Scale
- Workshop on Reduction Strategies in Rewriting and Programming
- World Radiocommunications Seminar (International Telecommunication Union)
- World Road Statistics (International Road Federation)
- World Rugby Shop
- WorldCat Resource Sharing (library resource)
- Worldwide Reference System (USGS)
- Worldwide Regulatory Strategy
- Wyoming Retirement System
- Worldwide Regulatory Strategy - International
Samples in periodicals archive:
Applications for the Worker Registration Scheme (WRS) for the whole of 2008 fell to 165,000 from 218,000 in 2007 and 235,000 in 2006.
The Worker Registration Scheme was introduced in 2004 when new countries joined the European Union.
There were 40,000 applications to the Worker Registration Scheme by people from Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia between April and June this year.
They will also have to sign the worker registration scheme if they are to work for more than a month in the UK.