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Canada Work Permit

Let's get start now a Canadian work permit will allow you to work in Canada for up to four years which is really really cool and it can also qualify you for future permanent residency in the country and it is a beautiful country and it's definitely worth giving a shot to now the Canadian work permit is for non-residents or non-citizens so you can't be a citizen and apply for a work permit

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Most foreign nationals need a work permit to work in Canada. If you’re not sure, you can find out if you need a work permit.

Get the right work permit for your situation

There are 2 types of work permits.

Employer-specific work permit

An employer-specific work permit lets you work in Canada according to the conditions on your work permit, such as:

  • The name of the specific employer you can work for
  • How long you can work
  • The location where you can work (if applicable)

Before you submit your application for an employer-specific work permit, the employer who wants to hire you must complete certain steps and give you either a copy of a Labour Market Impact Assessment or an offer of employment number to include in your application.

Open work permit

An open work permit lets you work for any employer in Canada, except for one that:

  • is listed as ineligible on the list of employers who have failed to comply with the conditions or
  • regularly offers striptease, erotic dance, escort services or erotic massages

You can only get an open work permit in specific situations.

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Australia Work Permit

Visitor visa (subclass 600)

Australia is an extremely popular destination for skilled professional and tradespeople wishing to start a new life in another country. Australia's economy has remained strong throughout recent years, leading to a high demand for skilled migrants. Skilled migrants wishing to work in Australia on a permanent basis are assessed on a points based system; with points awarded for work experience, qualifications and language proficiency.

Australia is an extremely popular destination for skilled professionals and tradespeople wishing to start a new life in another country. Australia's economy has remained strong throughout recent years, leading to a high demand for skilled migrants.

Skilled migrants wishing to work in Australia on a permanent basis are assessed on a points based system; with points awarded for work experience, qualifications and language proficiency. Other ways of obtaining immigration visas to Australia include the Australian Family Migration, and Humanitarian Programs.

Australia's Migration Program for 2015-2016 provides for up to 190,000 places, with 128,550 of those under skilled migration - such as the Australian Skilled Independent visa

Temporary work visas

A temporary work visa lets you come to Australia to work on a temporary basis. There might be visa conditions on your visa that only allows specific work or work with a certain employer.

A provisional visa is also a temporary visa that provides a permanent pathway. You may be able to apply for the permanent visa related to the provisional visa. This is a list of Temporary work visas available.

  • Temporary Skill Shortage visa (subclass 482) – Sponsorship needed
  • Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485)
  • Skilled – Recognised Graduate visa (subclass 476)
  • Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489)
  • Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188) – Sponsorship needed

New regional visas

Two new skilled regional provisional visas will be available for skilled migrants, and dependent family members, who want to live and work in regional Australia from 16 November 2019.

  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491) – for people nominated by a State or Territory government or sponsored by an eligible family member to live and work in regional Australia.
  • Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 494) – for people sponsored by an employer in regional Australia

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Schengen Work Permit

Invitation Packages to Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe offers wonderful opportunities for those wanting to come. The vast variety of visas makes it possible for you to choose the suitable one according to your needs. Whether you are planning to come for studying purposes or for business matters, there is a visa for any occasion. Depending on the type of visa, there are various advantages available.

Tourist Invitation to Poland & Czech Republic

Tourist visa is one of the most popular ways of visiting European countries. Once you get a Schengen visa, you can travel freely anywhere within the Schengen territory.

Schengen Package from Ukraine

If you have any troubles obtaining a Schengen visa from your home country, then you should consider alternatives like residence in Ukraine. Ukraine is about to join the EU & the Schengen visa process here has been significantly simplified.

Business Invitation to Poland (Schengen, C04)

Business Visa is ideal for those having frequent business trips to Poland. If you are planning to come to the country to establish cooperation with Polish companies, to deal with specific business matters, to search for business partners or to enter into a commercial agreement, Business visa allows citizens of other countries to conduct these activities on the territory of the Republic of Poland.

Student Package to Poland

If you want to study in either public or private university to obtain European higher education, Polish Student visa gives you an opportunity to legally stay in Poland while studying, with the possibility of extension. Also, this visa allows you to travel across Schengen countries.

Language Course in Poland

To get acquainted with life in Poland and its advantages, you can start with a language course. A visa for language studying in Poland allows you to stay in the country for a period of 1 to 3 years. This type of visa provides a prospect of full immigration to you and your family as part of a reunification process.

Work Permit to Poland

To legally work in Poland you need a work permit and this document can only be granted based on a request from your employer. In other words, you can’t apply for a work permit yourself. We offer direct contracts with Polish employers willing to hire foreign citizens.

Seasonal Jobs in Czech Republic

With a stable and prosperous economy and a convenient central European location, the country is full of job opportunities.

Employment in Lithuania

Lithuania has a dynamic economy and great employment opportunities. The country does not attract many migrants, therefore, it is easy to get good employment offers even without knowledge of the local language.

Company Registration & Residence

We offer full, end-to-end service of establishing a new company & getting the residence in Europe. We analyze needs of our customers and select the country of jurisdiction & company structure that will meet your requirements. The process will be managed with a very detailed, careful and professional manner.

ADVANTAGES OF THE POLISH WORK PACKAGE

  • The invited person has the legal right to live and work throughout the calendar year (360/360) in Poland
  • The invited person has the legal right to stay for 90 days within half a year in the countries of the Schengen Area (control is hardly possible since there are no clear boundaries)
  • Due to the subordination of the consulate to Voivode (Governor), the visa application is not rejected.

Poland Work Permit Procedure:

STEP 1 → ORDER WORK VISA PACKAGE

Package content: invitation letter for work (D type, 12 months), guarantee letter from the employer, application form. The application processing takes 30-60 days.

STEP 2 → RECEIVE ORIGINALS BY COURIER

Original documents will be sent to you by courier service like FedEx, Aramex, DHL, UPS. Before shipping, we will send you scanned copies by email. Tracking code will be provided.

STEP 3 → GET YOUR VISA APPROVED

After your work visa package is ready we will schedule an appointment for visa interview in the Consular Division of the Republic of Poland in your country. Submit the application IN PERSON on the appointment date and time. A short interview will be conducted by the consul on the same day.

STEP 4 → ARRIVE TO POLAND

To make sure that you smoothly pass border control on arrival to Poland, we will meet you at the airport and accompany you to the place of your stay. Having your personal coordinator, you will feel really safe while staying in a foreign country.

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Australia Work Permit

Visitor visa (subclass 600)

Australia is an extremely popular destination for skilled professional and tradespeople wishing to start a new life in another country. Australia's economy has remained strong throughout recent years, leading to a high demand for skilled migrants. Skilled migrants wishing to work in Australia on a permanent basis are assessed on a points based system; with points awarded for work experience, qualifications and language proficiency.

Australia is an extremely popular destination for skilled professionals and tradespeople wishing to start a new life in another country. Australia's economy has remained strong throughout recent years, leading to a high demand for skilled migrants.

Skilled migrants wishing to work in Australia on a permanent basis are assessed on a points based system; with points awarded for work experience, qualifications and language proficiency. Other ways of obtaining immigration visas to Australia include the Australian Family Migration, and Humanitarian Programs.

Australia's Migration Program for 2015-2016 provides for up to 190,000 places, with 128,550 of those under skilled migration - such as the Australian Skilled Independent visa

Temporary work visas

A temporary work visa lets you come to Australia to work on a temporary basis. There might be visa conditions on your visa that only allows specific work or work with a certain employer.

A provisional visa is also a temporary visa that provides a permanent pathway. You may be able to apply for the permanent visa related to the provisional visa. This is a list of Temporary work visas available.

  • Temporary Skill Shortage visa (subclass 482) – Sponsorship needed
  • Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485)
  • Skilled – Recognised Graduate visa (subclass 476)
  • Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489)
  • Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188) – Sponsorship needed

New regional visas

Two new skilled regional provisional visas will be available for skilled migrants, and dependent family members, who want to live and work in regional Australia from 16 November 2019.

  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491) – for people nominated by a State or Territory government or sponsored by an eligible family member to live and work in regional Australia.
  • Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 494) – for people sponsored by an employer in regional Australia

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UK Work Permit

You can apply for a Tier 2 (General) visa if:

  • You’ve been offered a skilled job in the UK
  • You’re from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland

Some health workers and their families will get their visas extended for free because of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Getting sponsored

You need to be employed by a licensed sponsor to apply to live in the UK.

Your sponsor checks that you can do the job they’re hiring you for and if it qualifies you for a visa. They’ll assign you a certificate of sponsorship to prove this.

They must also give you other information you need when you apply, for example how much you’ll be paid.

How long it will take

The earliest you can apply for a visa is 3 months before you’re due to start work in the UK. The date you can start is listed on your certificate of sponsorship.

You should get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks when you apply from outside the UK.

Fees

How much you pay for a Tier 2 (General) visa depends on the type of visa and where you are.

Up to 3 years
Who you’re applying for Apply (outside the UK) Extend or switch (in the UK)
You £610 £704
If you’re a citizen of Turkey or Macedonia £555 £649
All dependants £610 each person £704 each person
Up to 3 years - shortage occupation

A shortage occupation is a skilled job where there is a shortage of workers in the UK.

Who you’re applying for Apply (outside the UK) Extend or switch (in the UK)
You £464 £464
If you’re a citizen of Turkey or Macedonia £409 £409
All dependants £464 each person £464 each person
More than 3 years
Who you’re applying for Apply (outside the UK) Extend or switch (in the UK)
You £1,220 £1,408
If you’re a citizen of Turkey or Macedonia £1,165 £1,353
All dependants £1,220 each person £1,408 each person
More than 3 years - shortage occupation

A shortage occupation is a skilled job where there is a shortage of workers in the UK.

Who you’re applying for Apply (outside the UK) Extend or switch (in the UK)
You £928 £928
If you’re a citizen of Turkey or Macedonia £873 £873
All dependants £928 each person £928 each person

Healthcare surcharge

You’ll also have to pay the healthcare surcharge as part of your application. Check how much you’ll have to pay before you apply.

If you’re applying to extend or switch in the UK

You’ll need to pay £19.20 to have your biometric information (fingerprints and a photo) taken.

Get a faster decision on your application

If you’re applying to extend or switch in the UK you can pay an extra £500 for the priority service to get a decision within 5 working days.

You can pay an extra £800 for the super priority service to get a decision:

  • By the end of the next working day after providing your biometric information if your appointment is on a weekday
  • 2 working days after providing your biometric information if your appointment is at the weekend

Working days are Monday to Friday, not including bank holidays. Once you’ve got your decision letter, your biometric residence permit will take up to 10 working days to arrive.

How long you can stay

You can come to the UK with a Tier 2 (General) visa for a maximum of 5 years and 14 days, or the time given on your certificate of sponsorship plus 1 month, whichever is shorter.

You can start your stay up to 14 days before the start date on your certificate of sponsorship.

Example

Your start date is 15 July - the earliest you can start your stay is 1 July.

You can apply to extend this visa for up to another 5 years, as long as your total stay is not more than 6 years.

What you can and cannot do

You can :

  • Work for your sponsor in the job described in your certificate of sponsorship
  • Do a second job in certain circumstances
  • Do voluntary work
  • Study as long as it does not interfere with the job you’re sponsored for
  • Travel abroad and return to the UK
  • Bring family members with you

You cannot:

  • Own more than 10% of your sponsor’s shares (unless you earn more than £159,600 a year)
  • Get public funds
  • Apply for a second job until you’ve started working for your sponsor

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