Start Up Visa
The Start-up visa category is an excellent opportunity for people seeking to establish a business in the UK for the first time in their career. In order to qualify under Start-up category, applicants will need to have an innovative, viable and scalable business idea which is supported by an endorsing body.
The initial grant of leave under this category is for 2 years and does not lead directly to settlement. However, when the applicant has timed out of leave after 2 years, they may switch to the innovator category for the purpose of settlement.
All applicants for entry clearance or leave to remain must have a business plan endorsed by an approved endorsing body. The applicant does not need to be the sole founder of the business and may be a member of a Start-up team member but each member must have their own individual endorsement.
Live and work in the European Union!
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/EEA nationals. The European Blue Card provides comprehensive socio-economic rights and a path towards permanent residence and EU citizenship.
The European initiative has a number of distinctive qualities that will help Europe become the world’s most favourite migration destination:
- Working and salary conditions equal to nationals
- Free movement within the Schengen area
- Entitlement to a series of socio-economic rights (e.g. unemployment benefits)
- Favourable conditions for family reunification
- Permanent residence perspective
- Freedom of association
Three key conditions are to be met in order to request the EU Blue Card.
- Non-EU citizenship
- Educated or professionally experienced
- Employment contract or binding employment offer
Agriculture visa 2020
Quote Flows 2020 we start with the new questions 30,850 quotas, including 18,000 for foreign seasonal workers In the Government Italy agriculture visa 2020 Gazette of October 12, the D.P.C.M. July 7, 2020, with flow rates of non-EU workers who can travel to Italy to work in 2020
Bangladeshis and Pakistanis included in 2020
The novelty is that Bengali, Pakistani and Salvadorans
Six thousand quotas for organizing agricultural employers
To prevent illegal posting, The total quota of 18,000 units, 6,000 quotas, for the agriculture sector only.
Jobs in Canada with work permit
Canada Work Visa – Work in Canada
Canada work visas are issued under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
Temporary Foreign Worker Program: Canada Work Permits
The TFWP is intended to help Canadian employers recruit foreign workers in response to labour market shortages.
TFWP is made up of four streams: high-skilled workers, low-skilled workers, the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program, and the Live-In Caregiver Program. Foreign workers must have an approved job offer and a work permit before arriving in Canada under the TFWP.
IRCC works with Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) to ensure foreign workers do not take jobs for which Canadian citizens or permanent residents are available.
Canadian employers intending to hire a foreign worker must obtain prior approval. This is done by applying for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).