Austria is a federal state that comprises of 9 provinces.Each of the provinces has its own capital.
Border countries of Austria - Austria has Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Liechtenstein, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia as its borders.
More and more people from overseas are being welcomed to immigrate to Austria or to reside temporarily, or for permanent settlement.
Austria is one of the European Union countries. Different types of Austrian migration are allowed (i.e. different types of visas are granted), based on the purpose of the visit and the origin of the migrant.
Immigration to Austria is possible through Red-White-Red Card. This card is granted for a period of 12 months and designates the card holder for a designated time period and be employed by a specified employer.
The following are the Eligible persons for Red-white-Red card.
Immigration to Austria is possible through Red-White-Red Card plus. This card designates and allows the holder to a fixed term and provides an unlimited access to the labour market.
To acquire a Red-White-Red Card, sufficient points have to be garnered by the applicant (e.g. for professional experience, age, education, skills in language, etc).
When applying for a Red-White-Red Card, Austrian Public Employment Service (AMS) will assess the application and the related document s submitted based on the respective criteria. The points are awarded based on the evaluation. This assessment by AMS will decide the future actions to be undertaken.
The Austrian government has an Integration Agreement that intends to allow foreign nationals to be incorporated lawfully for a settlement in Austria. Its motive is to bestow third-country national’s thorough German language skills and ensure that they take part in the cultural, social and economic life in Austria.
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