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.
Is there a minimum salary for Blue Card?
The minimum salary requirement for a Blue Card is typically around €50 000 per year, or the equivalent in SEK. 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.
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.