Definition of Cross-Border Commuters

According to the EU

If you work in one EU country but live in another and return there daily, or at least once a week, you count as a cross-border commuter under EU law ( sometimes called cross-border or frontier worker).

In our context we will adapt the definition for our region

If you work or study Singapore but live in Malaysia and return there daily, or at least once a week, you count as a cross-border commuter.

 

 

 

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