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German EU Blue Card Visa

 

The EU Blue Card for Germany is a special permit designed for highly skilled individuals, enabling them to work in professions facing shortages or showing potential.

It grants an initial residence and work period of up to four years, with the possibility of extension if eligibility criteria are met. Most applicants obtain it by applying for a German Employment Visa or a Job Seeker Visa at a German Embassy, which serves as proof of lawful entry for employment purposes. The visa’s typical duration is 4 years.

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You can become a citizen of Germany in record time

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for the EU Blue Card in Germany, individuals must meet the following criteria:

Possess a degree from a German educational institution or a degree equivalent to a German university degree.

Hold an employment contract or a firm job offer from a German employer.

Have relevant work experience, with a minimum of five years.

Meet the specified minimum salary requirement (€58,400).

Application Process

To obtain an EU Blue Card in Germany, follow these steps:

  • Complete an online application and provide supporting documents, along with paying the applicable fee

  • Apply up to three months before the intended employment start date in the UK, as specified in the Certificate of Sponsorship

  • Submit the online application within three months of receiving the unique Certificate of Sponsorship reference number

  • Attend a visa application center appointment to provide biometric information and submit the required supporting documents

For further details see the official government site.
 

In essence, the UK Skilled Worker Visa facilitates skilled non-UK nationals' employment in the UK, allowing them to work for authorized employers and bringing their eligible family members. To qualify, applicants must meet specific criteria and provide required documentation during the application process.

Required Documents

When applying for the UK Skilled Worker Visa, you will need to provide the following documents:

  • Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) reference number issued by the employer.

  • Proof of English language proficiency.

  • Valid passport or other documents confirming your nationality and identity.

  • Job title, annual salary, and occupation code for the job.

  • Employer's name and sponsor license number.

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