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What is Aspire Onsite?

At Aspire Onsite, our mission is to support talented professionals in their migration for employment around the world, whenever their skills are in demand. Simply put, we annually account for the greatest amount of talented international prospects moving for employment.

Every day, we gather and post dozens of verified job openings in the Tech, Sciences, Engineering, management and other fields from firms and recruiters around the globe and we sponsor visas and help the candidates to relocate to different countries of Europe.

Visa Prerequisites:

European Union nationals and citizens of other countries have varied visa requirements. If you are a citizen of the EU, there are no limitations,you are free to work in any member state without a work visa. To work and look for a job in any European country, you must obtain a work visa if you are not a citizen of an EU nation.

A. What is EU Blue Card?

The EU Blue Card is Europe's answer to the US Green Card.

The EU Blue Card is a work- and residence permit for non-EU nationals and provides comprehensive socio-economic rights and a path towards permanent residence and EU citizenship.

The Blue Card was introduced to encourage qualified professionals from around the world to work in Europe and to give them the freedom to move around the European Union. It also aims to support and promote the continent's economic development. This is a work permit, valid in 25 EU member states as this allows highly qualified non-EU citizens to work there.

We at Aspire Onsite are working to help talented professionals in their pursuit of secure dream jobs in the Europe region. There is a clear dearth of skilled professionals in these countries and talented aspirants from all over the worldare required to fill in this void.

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B. Where can you work with EU Blue Card?

Netherlands | Austria | Belgium | Bulgaria | Croatia | Cyprus | Czechia | Estonia | Finland | France | Germany | Greece | Hungary | Italy | Latvia | Lithuania | Luxembourg | Malta | Poland | Portugal | Romania | Slovakia | Slovenia | Spain | Sweden

Although the EU Blue Card is recognized by 25 EU member states with the same basic criteria applying for all, there are minor additional criteria set by each member state for its own.

EU Countries Not Issuing the EU Blue Card

Member states that have opted out of the EU Blue Card Directive and as a result do not issue the EU Blue Card are:

  • Denmark
  • Ireland

Other states in the European Union not issuing the EU Blue Card are the EFTA member states:

  • Norway
  • Liechtenstein
  • Iceland
  • Switzerland

EFTA member states participate in the single EU market through the EEA agreement while Switzerland operates by a bonding bilateral agreement with the EU member statesin regard to free market and the sharing of services.

C. What is the Minimum Salary Threshold for the EU Blue Card in 2022?

Country Name Salary Threshold
Austria 4,548.00 EUR gross per month
Belgium 54,115 EUR per year in Flanders
57,019 EUR per year in Brussels
57,019 EUR per year in Wallonia
Bulgaria 650 BGN per month
Croatia 19 338 EUR per year*
Czechia 53,417 CZK gross per month*
Estonia 2,172 EUR per month for non-shortage occupations*
1,810 EUR per month for shortage occupations*
Finland 5,069 EUR per month
France 53,836 EUR per year*
Germany 56,400 EUR per year
Greece 30,675 EUR per year*
Hungary 598,950 HUF gross per month*
Italy 26,000 EUR per year
Latvia 1,715 EUR gross per month
Lithuania 1095 EUR per month
Luxembourg 83,628 EUR per year
Malta 16 036 EUR per year*
Netherlands 5,670 EUR gross per month
Poland 8,493.79 PLN gross gross per month*
Portugal 24,535 EUR per year*
Romania 2,250 EUR gross per month*
Slovakia 969 EUR per month
Slovenia 28,006 EUR per year*
Spain 33,908 EUR per year*
Sweden 53,200 EUR per year*

D. EU Blue Card Eligibility Criteria

Start the application process to get a Blue Card, by checking if you are eligible. When applying for a Blue Card the applicant must meet the following conditions:

  • Any graduate level of 3 years will Qualify
  • Have at least 5 years of experience in professional field
  • Have a work contract or a job offer for highly qualified employment for at least one year
  • Meet the minimum salary threshold in the EU country in which you want to work
  • For regulated professions, proof that the national legal requirements are met

In case you lose your job within the first three years under a Blue Card, you will have three months to find another jobor else you will have to leave the country.

E. EU Blue Card Requirements

The required documents for an EU Blue Card are as follows:

  • A valid passport. Valid for at least 15 more months beyond your planned date to leave the EU. Must not be damaged. It must have at least two blank pages to be able to affix visa, as well.
  • Copies of important passport pages. These are the first pages with your details and the pages with visa stickers and stamps.
  • Two photos. They must be identical and meet the ICAO standards. The photos must be in color, with white plain background and taken within the last three months.
  • Proof of professional level. A university diploma, 10th & Intermediate certificatesarerequired as proof of professional level. It is compulsory to also show proof of 5 continuousyears' professional work experience in your field.
  • Up-to-date CV
  • Electric Bill/ Bank statement for Address Proof

F. EU Blue Card Application Processing Time

The maximum processing time for issuing an EU Blue Card is 90 days (about 3 months).

G. What is EU Blue Card?

  • The standard period for which a Blue Card is valid is three years. If your work contract gets extended, you can renew your EU Blue Card accordingly.
  • If the work contract you have is valid for more than a year but less than three years, then you will be granted an EU Blue Card valid for that period (i.e. 30 months).
  • After the expiration date of the EU Blue Card, you are granted 3 additional months in order to provide you with a sufficient amount of time to extend or find another job, should circumstances change
  • In case you are applying for the EU Blue Card renewal, you should provide a copy of your earlier EU Blue Card
  • While your application is being processed, which may take up to 90 days to complete, you are allowed to legally work and reside in the hosting state.

H.What Can you Do with as an EU Blue Card Holder?

Amongst many exceptional advantages gained by becoming an EU Blue Card holder, presented below you may find an overview of the key beneficial components:

  • Equal work and salary conditions to national citizens
  • Free movement throughout EU
  • Social rights, including education, economic, cultural, human, health rights,
  • Family reunification and
  • Permanent-residency rights

All benefits except for housing, loans and grants are provided to the EU Blue Card holders

EU Blue Card holders are allowed to go back to their home countries or other non-EU states for a maximum of 12 consecutive months without losing EU Blue Card ownership

I. EU Blue Card Rejection Reasons

Your application for a Blue Card may be rejected based one or more of the following:

  • You have not met the eligibility criteria.
  • Your application was based on incorrect or false information.
  • You are considered a threat to public policy, public security or public health of the EU.
  • A national or EU worker or an already present non-EU citizen could fill the vacancy.
  • Your employer has been found guilty of employing irregular migrants without documents.
  • Your home country lacks qualified workers in your sector.

You have the right to appeal against the decision of rejection or withdrawal within three weeks of the decision's arrival – an attorney can also appeal on your behalf. The hosting states' competent authorities will determine the court and the time when the appeal may take place. If you do not apply before the deadline, you will be rejected.

J. How can my family join me in applying for the EU Blue Card?

Depends on whether your family applies at the same time as you. If applying simultaneously then you can include them in your online application. If not, they can fill out their own online application.

K. Can I get permanent residency through the EU Blue Card?

Yes. You must work for 33 months in the hosting state or 21 months while also earning the B1 language certificate which enables you to qualify for the permanent residency permit earlier. Furthermore, if you work in different EU member states and gather 5 years of work experience altogether then you are a strong candidate for the permanent residency permit.

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