Evo jos malo informacija:
To be eligible for the card, new immigrants would need to show a recognised diploma, have at least three years professional experience and the offer of a job which could not be filled by an EU citizen.
"To maintain and improve economic growth in the EU, it is essential for Europe to become a magnet for the highly skilled," the European Commission said in a statement.
"...To do so, the EU must present a united front, rather than emphasise the different immigration policies of each member state."
The plan will need the approval of all member states to come into force.
Some politicians in the Netherlands and Germany are hostile and the Austrian government has condemned the plan as "a centralisation too far".
Blue Card - EU predlog
* Does not give permanent residency
* Attached to the individual, not the job
* Valid up to two years, renewable
* Allows holders and families to live, work and travel in EU
* Applicant must have one-year EU job contract with salary of three times minimum wage
* Permanent residency automatic after five years
Green Card - USA program
* Gives holder permanent residency
* Both a work and residency permit
* Valid for 10 years, renewable
* Allows holder to live, work and travel in the US
* Five channels to seek a card: employment, family links, a lottery, investment, or resident since before 1972
* Holders can become US citizens after five years
Na zalost, kako dolaze novi detalji cela stvar je manje i manje slicna sa "Zelenom Kartom", vec su uspeli da razvodne celu stvar tako sto su izbacili dozvolu za naseljavanje (permanent residency) i skracivanjem roka trajanja na 2 godine - videcemo na sta ce sve liciti kada Austrija, Nemacka, Holandija & Co unesu svoje remarke - ali, sansa umire poslednja :-)
A i fakat da sve clanice EU moraju da odobre ovo ce biti vrlo veliki izazov.