Sweden Work permit visas
In Sweden, the
labor rate per hour is one of the highest in the
world. Student who have
a degree from a Swedish university are eligible for work
permit visa. You must have a degree from a Swedish university first. Learn the Swedish language. Please consult Mr. Habib ur Rahman Baig for a
piece of advice at . In an effort to alleviate labor shortages
and pressure on rising wage levels, the government of Sweden
, has proposed opening its borders to foreign workers. Your
Salary should be more than 49000 Swedish Kroners per month
if you want to apply for Sweden's work permit. It
will also restrict asylum seekers from Iraq after initially
being fairly liberal about accepting them.
The proposals include allowing companies
to hire staff from anywhere in the world without having to
look for a Swedish or EU citizen first and introducing a
three-month job-seeker visa allowing non-EU nationals with
the right qualifications to come to Sweden to find work.
Time limits on work visas would also be removed.
Sweden's Migration Minister Tobias
Billstrom says there is a need to increase migration to the
country to offset retirement levels.
"There will be more to take care of and
fewer to support these people," he said at a press
conference on 17 July 2017 . "Increasing worker migration can
be one way to solve this problem."
Currently, work permits can be granted
for up to 18 months. Under the new proposed system, foreign
workers could stay in Sweden for up to four years, according
Unemployment in Sweden is down to 3.9
percent and the labor market is continuing to improve. Wage
growth is expected to increase to 4 percent in 2017 .
Sweden, along with the UK and
Ireland, were the only EU countries not to place work
restrictions on new member states that joined in 2004.
Swedes have generally welcomed the Iraqis
that have settled in their country and are proud of their
reputation as a haven for refugees from around the world.
However, the government and right-wing groups fear that the
surge of refugees will put a strain on the social benefit
Sweden has also complained that the rest
of Europe has failed to shoulder the burden of taking in
refugees from Iraq.