The «živnostník» status allows the national of any country to do business, to work and render commercial services in other countries of the European Union!
Many local employers do not hire wage workers, but cooperate only with private entrepreneurs instead (which is more profitable for both parties), since this implies a much higher salary of the «živnostník-workers» than in case of a standard hired labour, and an employer does not need to maintain a «dual accounting».
Eligibility to obtain a credit, mortgage loan or to get leasing at European rate starting from 1,5% per annum.
Securing procedure in brief
Immigration lawyer of our company will support an Applicant during the whole process of Slovak ID-card securing.
Processing period «on a turn-key basis»: 2-3 months.
The list of documents to be provided by an Applicant to obtain a national D-type visa to Slovakia in the country of residence
(scanned copies of a good quality in pdf-format, better to be provided all in one file)
Processing time: 3-4 weeks.
There must be the minimum balance in a bank account (according to the requirements of the Embassy of Slovakia in a certain country).
The police service recommends to have 100 € balance in a personal bank account.
Securing fee for the nationals of different countries and additional services:
Obligations after getting an ID-card:
3-rd card (after 2-nd extension of a temporary residence permit card 2+2 years) is granted as a permanent residence permit!
*When necessary, an A1 certificate for employment in Germany and other countries of the European Union can be secured!
Obligatory payments for a private entrepreneur
If the turnover is < 6 400 euro – social insurance fee must be paid too, but only in the 2-nd, 3-rd year.*
* The amount is calculated and charged by Social Insurance Fund.
In order to extend a temporary residence permit, it is necessary to conduct your entrepreneurial activity!
If an applicant engages in the entrepreneurial activities
If an applicant does NOT engage in the entrepreneurial activities
Be ready to provide additional documents upon the request of visa officer at the Embassy. Based on the type of activity, you may possibly need to provide the documents certifying the purpose of travel, health insurance card, certificate of clean criminal record and certificate of mental health. When complete set of documents has been submitted, it is necessary to pay visa application charge, that is 35 euro. But for those cases when you need to get this authorization document on an urgent basis the fee is around 70 euro. Exact amount of all possible expenses is better to be checked beforehand consulting a visa manager. It is recommended to clarify all the details by the time of application to avoid unexpected circumstances during actual process.
Constant lack of personnel at Slovak enterprises has led to a big number of people wishing to start out for this Eastern Europe country to earn money. The nationals of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan go to Slovak enterprises to get a job, while Slovaks are now considering other European countries as popular to find a job and earn money: Great Britain, Denmark, Switzerland, Germany, France, etc. The wages in the European Union are much higher for CIS countries nationals than those offered in their native countries, and young people with a limited work experience can easier get a job here. In order to get entitled to conduct legal working activity within Slovakia, one needs to obtain Slovak work visa for foreign nationals, since otherwise working activity is prohibited. The specialists of Visa-Svit company with their longstanding professional experience will help to prepare complete set of documents and obtain a work visa to Europe.
Work visa to Slovakia enables to take both unskilled and most qualified and high-demand positions:
Slovakia has established all the conditions for attraction of investors and creation of new projects. The demand for Slovak work visa will most probably grow as well as the list of suggested vacancies. Remember to pay heed to the Slovak and English language to be able to become a part of a local company and take a well-paid position. And to get employed legally it is essential to obtain Slovak work visa for foreign nationals.
The minimum wage in Slovakia is 623 euro per month. It is less than in many countries in Europe. However, assessing the level of complexity of the position held it becomes clear that the work gets here higher appraisal compared to the country of residence. A work visa to Slovakia enables to make even 2 000 euro per month depending on the position aspired to by an Applicant and the city he/she is going to work in. IT sphere makes it possible to earn upwards of 1 000 euro having a proper visa. And medicine provides earnings within 900 euro on average. Prices for food are low in this country, therefore there is a possibility to put money aside and use for some other purposes.
Documents required to obtain a work visa
Getting Slovak work visa is impossible without an official invitation from future employer. The document should contain the following information:
The set of documents consists of:
Slovak work visa has a standard algorithm:
Before leaving for Slovakia to conduct private business activity, make sure you have all required documents as well as proper visa secured well in advance. National «D» type work visa is issued on the basis of set of documents collected and submitted to the Embassy of Slovakia in the country of Applicant’s residence. The specialists of our company will help to book an appointment at the Embassy for submitting required forms and getting a «D» type visa for the period of up to 30 days. Please note, for getting a national visa personal attendance of an Applicant is a must. Processing period ranges from 10 to 14 days. When necessary, our company’s lawyers secure a temporary residence permit in Slovakia for 2 years. This kind of service is provided upon Applicant’s arrival in the country.
It is important to remember that working activity in the territory of Slovakia without a work visa is illegal. Theoretically, one may receive the offers for seasonal work omitting visa securing process. Accepting such offers, you need to be ready to get no payment for the work done, since the only possible way to work here legally without a work visa is volunteering. Apart from financial losses, there is also a possibility of deportation, which will make further entry to EU countries rather complicated. After considering all the pros and cons, there is no need to prove the advantages of having all necessary authorization documents – entrust yourself to the specialists of our visa company, who will help you to collect required documents and complete all forms. Make an appointment with our specialist to get the consultation on how to obtain a work visa for the nationals of India, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Laos, Bangladesh, Turkey, Nigeria, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia, Congo, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Côte d'Ivoire and other countries. Legal working activity is the guarantee of your safety and comfort stay in the countries of the European Union.
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