The required documentation is: “All taxpayers who are registered in this way in the eVisitor system, tourist communities should register separately in order to be invited to confirm the registration when the conditions for this will be provided.”Point out the CNTB. or a. Owners of holiday houses / flats – purchase contract, excerpt from land registers or cadastre, decision on inheritance or similarb. Residents of the municipality or city – identity card (data that must be visible are name, surname, OIB and address of residence) The required documentation is: When the tourist board notifies the taxpayer that it is registered, the taxpayer can log in to the eVisitor system via NIAS (eCitizens). a. Owners of holiday houses / flats – purchase contract, excerpt from land registers or cadastre, decision on inheritance or similarb. Residents of the municipality or city – identity card (data that must be visible are name, surname, OIB and address of residence) The first registration can be done in the following two ways: 1. The taxpayer may send to the competent tourist board a request for registration in the eVisitor system of all necessary documentation by e-mail. The documentation required for registration can be scanned or photographed. Due to the emergency situation regarding coronavirus, registration in the eVisitor system has been adjusted for the following categories of taxpayers: new holiday home users i residents of municipalities / cities receiving guests. Exceptionally, until the situation normalizes, it is not necessary to come in person to the office of the tourist board for the purposes of registration in the eVisitor system, emphasize the CNTB. Additionally, the taxpayer should submit his mobile phone number, while the tourist board will send the taxpayer a username and TAN list by email, and a password via SMS or phone call. 2. The taxpayer may send to the competent tourist board a request for registration in the eVisitor system of all necessary documentation by e-mail. The documentation required for registration can be scanned or photographed. Also, the CNTB points out that residents of municipalities / cities that receive guests do not pay tourist tax. Likewise, owners of holiday homes / apartments (weekenders) pay the tourist tax only during the season (15.6. To 15.9), which means that in the current period they are not obliged to pay the tourist tax.
SEVERAL Caribbean nations have supported a bid to break away from regional football representative CONCACAF in favour of forming an independent confederation as disputes over funding grow.According to multiple reports, the issue was raised at a recent meeting of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) executive and 26 of 31 nations were in support of the proposal that would see the region depart from its 41-member parent association.President of the CFU, Gordon Derrick, was the one to raise the motion, which is firmly rooted in extreme displeasure with the attitude of the new Victor Montagliani-led CONCACAF towards the Caribbean region.Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) president Montagliani was elected as head of the body in May of last year. Since then the CFU has reportedly seen the majority of funding and grants heavily cut and been allowed no major input in CONCACAF’s decision-making process.Many believe the measures in part serve as punishment of sorts for the region, who supplied the last two CONCACAF presidents Jack Warner and Jeffrey Webb. Both former FIFA officials are now facing corruption charges and have been banned for life from the sport.“We were promised development for our youth, we were promised a treatment as equals but we received nothing but crumbs if that,” Inside World Football quoted Gordon as saying.“True to the tradition that sadly governed our region for far too long, we were the water carriers of countries much larger than ours, we were expected to deliver when they called and we were to succumb to the interests that were not and are not ours to this day.”(Sportsmax.com)