Evo jedne dobre vesti za one koji nameravaju da se prijave za svedsku radnu dozvolu. Ukratko receno, izgleda da od 15. decembra nece biti neophodno odobrenje Arbetsförmedlingen-a da je zanimanje na listi deficitarnih, dovoljno je da imate ponudu poslodavca i da je ponudjena plata dovoljna da se izdrzavate.
Labour migrants set sights on Sweden
Published: 10 Sep 08 16:13 CET
The Swedish Migration Board (Migrationsverket) estimates that 37,000 labour migrants from countries outside the European Union (EU) will seek work permits in Sweden next year.
The information comes from Christina Werner, a Migration Board official in charge of the agency’s planning ahead of a new law which is set to take effect on December 15th.
The new regulations will do away with the strict labour market tests currently required for anyone outside the EU seeking an employment visa in Sweden.
After the change, employers themselves will be able to determine if they wish to hire someone. Under current rules, such a determination is carried out by the Swedish Public Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen).
The basic requirement to apply for a work and residence permit is the offer of a job which pays enough for someone to support themselves.
The terms of employment cannot be worse than those which apply to workers covered by collective agreements or which are considered standard practice for a given industry.
After two years a labour migrant can apply for an extended residence permit, if the job remains, and after four years the residence permit can be made permanent.
The proposal is supported by the government and the Green Party.
The Riksdag plans to hold a final vote on the law on November 12th.