Work Permits | Visas and Work Permits
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In order to work in Canada, Denmark, UK, Australia, and New Zealand, most foreign workers require a work permit.
SELECT A COUNTRY FOR A WORK PERMIT
Australia has a progressive immigration system aimed at reducing skills shortages. The Subclass 457 work visa, a temporary business visa which allows employers to sponsor overseas workers, has proved to be very popular.
Canadian law requires that a foreign national must be authorized to work in Canada. ‘Work Permit’ is the authorization to work. Qualified Workers, who have a job offer from a Canadian employer, are admitted into Canada to work in a specific position and location for limited period.
Before you arrive in Denmark and start working, it is important that you find out whether you are required to obtain a residence and work permit. The rules depend on your nationality and qualifications and they apply to all kinds of work. This means that voluntary, student and unpaid work are also included.
New Zealand offers a range of work visas. All are temporary, though some can lead to residence. These visas are meant for temporary stays. The duration of the visa depends on the term of your job offer and labour market conditions.
Portugal is one of the top countries for migration as it offers foreign migrants Open Work and Residence Permit or commonly known as the Freelance Visa.