Work Visa


Work Visa

A work visa is a permit that gives you the right to work and live in a country other than your country of residence. You have to meet several qualifying conditions to qualify for a work visa, which change based on which country you want to work in. A work visa is usually processed in three to six months. However, the processing time varies depending on the country, your visa type, and the embassy or consulate. 

Types of Work Visa

There are two main types of work visas. 

Temporary work visa

This type of work visa is valid for only a few years; depending on the country, you either have to renew it or return home once it expires. Some countries may also allow you to transfer to a permanent work visa if you find a new job. 

Permanent work visa

Permanent work visas allow you to live in a foreign country permanently, and after living there for a specific time, you can even apply for citizenship.

Popular Countries to get a Work Visa

Here is a list of some of the most in-demand work visas:

There are several work visas types you can apply for in the UK depending on your qualifications and which suits you best. The UK also offers an intra-transfer company work visa if your company is relocating you to the UK.
Canada’s most sought-after work visa is the Express Entry Pathway. To qualify for this type of work visa, you have to meet a specific score that measures your qualifications as a candidate.
Australia provides several work visas, temporary and permanent. For most Australian work visas, you have to be nominated by your employer, and they must submit a separate application on your behalf.
The most common work visa in Europe is ⦁ the EU Blue Card. Like Canada’s Express Entry, you have to go through a points system measuring your qualifications to qualify for the EU Blue card. 

How To Get a Work Visa?

To get a work visa, you need to follow the application steps listed below: 

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