Transfer To Austria

Переезд в Австрию: все нюансы

Continuing the subject of immigration to Europe, TRIPMYDREAM will discuss how to " stay " in Austria.

Transmission to Austria: all pros and cons

Ten years ago, immigration to Austria was very popular: it was possible to travel with a minimum of money in the pocket and without problems finding housing and work even in Vienna. The situation has now changed dramatically. Visitors in the capital are reluctant to accept (with Austrians suffering from unemployment), but in small towns competition and prices are lower, but wages are also lower.

Today, it is worth moving to Austria only those who wish to link themselves to the ties of marriage with the local population or already have an invitation to work with the Austrian company. Otherwise, it would be difficult to live here.

Another important nuance is a language barrier. You must learn German. English Austrians know about the same as the average statistician or the Rossian; they do not use the collateral. Without German, you won't even get a work permit, and it's gonna be difficult in everyday situations.

GNW and PMW in Austria

Austria is in the schengen zone. So if you get a residence permit in this country, you can move freely across Europe without a visa. There are several possibilities to become a resident of Austria. Among them:

  • Business emigration

If you have an extra Y'8,000, and you're willing to invest them in the government fund, you'll get your citizenship fast, but not without bureaucratic delays.

The same privileges are enjoyed by foreigners who have become top managers of the largest Austrian companies.

  • Higher education in Austria

If you choose Austria for higher education, you will receive an NIS (and, respectively, a visa-free exit to other European countries) and even the right to work or internship in local companies.

After study and with a diploma in Austrian State University, it will be easier to find employment and to enter the country.

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