EU BLUE CARD
History & Introduction
The Lisbon European Council in March 2000 set the community the objective of becoming the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth, create more and better jobs and greater social cohesion.
In October 2007, the European Commission adopted two proposals.The first establishment of a framework directive for the adoption of highly educated migrants to the EU, later known as the EU blue card directive.The second proposal is a directive in order to simplify migration procedures by applicants focus on a single application, a single directive the authorization. In May 2009, the European Council adopted the EU blue card directive. In December 2011, the directive one authorization was adopted.
Together the establishment of EU blue card: demand, residence, and work permit.
"Labour Migration in Europe increases our competitiveness and, therefore, our economic growth.
It also helps in solving problems arising from the demographic of our aging society. "
José Manuel Barroso
the objectives of the
EU Blue Card Program is aimed at making Europe a more attractive place for highly educated people from outside the European Union. All EU Member States, except Britain, Denmark, and Ireland, participate in EU blue card system.
Highly skilled have chosen in the past to places like the United States, Canada or Australia, the European initiative has several characteristics that will help Europe to become the world's most favorite destination for migration:
Working conditions and salaries equal citizens
Freedom of movement in the Schengen area
The right to a number of socio-economic rights (e.g. unemployment)
Favorable conditions for family reunification
The prospect of permanent residence
Freedom of Association
Terms & Conditions
Blue EU adapter allows you to create a profile for potential employers to consult, and the platform electronically applies for the blue card. Three key conditions need to be satisfied in order to apply for an EU blue card.
Completed higher education
A work contract or a binding job offer
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