From 1 August 2014, new regulations in the Aliens Act enable the Migration Board to carry out follow-ups in work permit cases to check that the prospective employee commenced work and that the employment terms offered (especially the salary) are adhered to. The new regulations mean that the employer is obliged to provide written information on the conditions that apply to the position upon request from the Migration Board. Providing inaccurate information may result in a fine or imprisonment. If employment has not commenced within four months or if the conditions are not met, the residence and work permit may be revoked.