Help with applying for EU Blue Card.
The European Blue Card is a work permit specifically designed for highly skilled workers looking to live and work in Sweden and the EU. The permit is issued by the Swedish Migration Agency and allows individuals from non-European countries to work in Sweden for a period of up to two years. Just Arrived works with companies looking to employ a non-EU worker and individuals with a job offer. Contact us today.
Blue Card Requirements.
To be eligible for a Blue Card, you must have a job offer from a Swedish employer and meet certain educational and salary requirements.
EU Blue Card Process.
Step 1. Processing
Just Arrived has received permission from the Swedish Migration Agency to offer our customers a fast application process and can therefore guarantee a decision within 2-4 weeks, which can normally take up to 10 weeks.
Step 2. Union involvement
The trade union is involved in ensuring that the employment conditions offered comply with the labor market's collective agreement and other practices to ensure safe employment.
Step 3. Application
The information is compiled and must be reviewed by the Swedish Migration Agency. At this time, we notify the client that the official application has been submitted and provide guidance to the client on useful information to consider for the upcoming work permit period.
Step 4. Decision
The Swedish Migration Agency makes a decision on approving the application, and this can take a different amount of time depending on the type of permit. Once the decision has been made, we will inform the customer of the requirements for your application.
Is there a minimum salary for Blue Card?
The minimum salary requirement for a Blue Card is 57 450 SEK per year. Read more on the Governmental Migration Service.
With our expertise in this area, our consultants can help you if your application has been rejected and you want to appeal the decision. The decision must be made within three weeks of the date of receipt of the decision. Contact us well in advance.
Apply for EU Blue card.
The application process for Blåkort can be complex and time-consuming, and it is important to have all the necessary documentation in order. Just Arrived specializes in helping businesses and individuals with their Blue Card applications and can help through the process from start to finish.
Some of the services we offer include:
Review your eligibility for an EU Blue Card
Prepare your Blue Card application to the Migration Agency
Assist with the collection and preparation of necessary documentation
Provide updates on the status of your Blue Card application
If you are interested in working in Sweden and think that the blue card may be the right option for you, do not hesitate to contact us. Our experts are here to help make the application process as easy and stress-free as possible.
EU Blue card vs Work Permit.
There are differences between Blue Card and normal Work Permit and if you do not meet the requirements for Blue Just Arrived can also help companies with applying for normal Work Permits.
Since there are special and high requirements to be eligible for an EU Blue Card, it's a good plan B to apply for a Work Permit. If you have a job and need any type of work permit, get in contact with us and we will look into your options.
EU Blue Card Jobs.
We don't always have jobs that will make you eligible to a EU AU Blue Card. You can find all of our jobs on our career page.