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Gateway to Europe: Latvian Worker Visa

Increase in inflation and unemployment rate due to economic crisis throughout the world has greatly increased the number of people who want to live in the European Union. At this point, our company provides professional and institutional support to you for life in Europe. Services that our consultancy company will provide to you are divided into many types of European Visa, permanent visa and long-term D-04 Latvian worker visa. You can specify in detail in which country, under which circumstances, with how much tax allowance in the EU depending on the one that you are interested in.

What advantages does a Latvian worker visa offer you? Is it enough to live in all European countries? Can citizenship be obtained at the end of the process? All the details are in our article.

 

Increase in the Number of People Who Want to Migrate to Europe

Every person wants to live a prosperous life. Some people were born in a geographically lucky country, while others are not so lucky. Although everyone has the right to a good standard of living, it may not always be easy to achieve this. Especially developed Western European countries such as Germany and France are not as flexible as before in accepting immigrants. Therefore, while there is an increase in the number of people who want to immigrate to Europe, there is a decrease in the number of people who can migrate there. Those who know this are looking for ways to come to Europe with a Latvian worker visa.

Latvian Worker Visa

 

With Which Types of Visas Can I Live in Latvia/Schengen/European Union?

The European Union and the Schengen system are so close to each other, interlocked, but contain partial discrepancies. For example, countries such as Norway, Iceland, and Switzerland are not members of the European Union. However, as a result of the European Economic Cooperation, they are located in the Schengen area and is a member of the European Economic Community.

While Western European countries are decreasing in immigrant acceptance, it is possible to live in 28 European Union countries with your permanent/temporary visa types or residence card that you will have from Latvia, Lithuania, or Estonia.

 

Why the Baltic Countries?

Baltic Countries

The conditions for obtaining visas and residence cards in Baltic countries such as Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are considerably simplified. Especially the Latvian Government provides great support and incentives in this regard. Thus, they aim to both increase cultural diversity and contribute to their economy.

In short, basic visas such as work, marriage, family bonds are available for a foreigner to live in the European Union with a permanent residence card. Our company is also very experienced in obtaining a D-04 Latvian worker visa. The European Union consists of 27 member countries. These countries are;

European Union

  • Austria,
  • Belgium,
  • Bulgaria,
  • Greek Cypriot Administration of Southern Cyprus (GCSA)
  • Czechia, (Formerly the Czech Republic)
  • Denmark,
  • Estonia,
  • Finland,
  • France,
  • Germany,
  • Greece,
  • Hungary,
  • Ireland,
  • Italy,
  • Latvia,
  • Lithuania,
  • Luxembourg,
  • Malta,
  • Holland,
  • Poland,
  • Portugal,
  • Romania,
  • Slovakia,
  • Slovenia,
  • Spain,
  • Sweden,
  • Croatia

It is possible to live in any other member country of your choice with your residence card from any European country. In short, you can have a work permit in only 1 country and legally live in the country you want when you become a taxpayer. When the authorities of other member states examine your residence card belonging to another European member state, you get a residence permit in the European country you want without any problems.

There are no checkpoints at the border crossings between European countries. In other words, you can change countries as if you were traveling between cities. This is one of the biggest advantages of the European Union. In short, with a European visa, work visa or residence card that you can easily obtain from the Baltic countries, the doors of all Europe are opened to you. Latvian worker visa allows you to get through this process faster and without any problems.

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Life in Latvia

Latvia is one of the countries that can be lived in Europe as well as giving an easy residence permit with a worker visa. It has many advantages, especially in terms of living costs. Rent and invoice costs are quite low compared to other countries. Considering the costs of your first move to Europe, it is possible to save a lot of money in Latvia.

Cities such as the capital Riga, Jurmala and Liepaja are among the most ideal places to live in Latvia. You will not have any problems with transportation. The use of buses and trams is quite common. Even taxi prices are at very affordable levels.

You will not have a problem with your market shopping and food in Latvia. There are many local markets and hypermarkets where you can supply your needs. For those who are considering residing in Riga, there is “Riga Central Market” where you can find fresh products and foods like the street market in Turkey.

In summary, before considering Latvia as a country from which you can only get a residence permit in Europe, it is useful to consider these advantages.

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Visa Types

Short Visa type (Temporary)

When you enter any country inside the Schengen area, it is possible to travel to other countries by vehicle without customs control. Our company provides consultancy in the type of short-term visa. You can get support from our experts about your eligibility by submitting all the details such as name, surname, job, age.

Permanent Visa Type (D-04 Worker Visa to European Countries)

It is possible to have a residence card in Latvia by paying your monthly labor tax. The state charges €628 in tax per month. If you want to get detailed information about this subject, you can send us your details by e-mail from the contact section of our site or by filling out the form at the bottom of the page.

Latvian Worker Visa

Details such as name, surname, age, in which occupations you have experience and residence cards are legally issued by the Immigration Office. You can obtain a Latvian worker visa by paying your monthly tax of €628. Then, with your residence card, you have the chance to live legally in 28 European member states and other European Economic Community member countries.

 

Can I Get Citizenship After Latvian Worker Visa?

Definitely yes! Although obtaining citizenship in Latvia depends on some conditions, it is not very difficult like other European countries. But before you get a residence permit, you must live there for a while and meet some criteria such as learning their local language. If you have not experienced any negativity or a case which is caused litigation during your residence, everything will be much easier. After these stages, the Latvian State does not pose any additional difficulties in citizenship.

Required Conditions for Acquiring Latvian Citizenship

 

Is It Necessary to Get Consultancy?

Legal procedures in European countries operate quite differently from country to country. Working with a consultancy company that is executive in government affairs, necessary procedures and law will greatly increase your chances of obtaining a Latvian worker visa and living in Europe. At this point, it is very important that you choose companies that have legal representation in Europe. Our office, which is headquartered in the Riga city of Latvia, has full competence in this regard. It provides European visas and residence permits to many people every year.

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Igors Krumins continues his activities as a commercial and international lawyer within the body of “Jurmala Invest”. He has more than 10 years of experience, especially in the investment sector, and has provided consultancy services to numerous companies with his legal expertise. He successfully completed his undergraduate studies at Baltic International Academy and graduate studies at Latvijas Universitate. Apart from his native Latvian language, he can also speak Russian and English fluently.