Work Permit Service
Worker's residence permit Finland

Worker's residence permit, also called work permit or working visa

Advice to Employers

Work permit cases will be investigated expertly and customer focused

Employees

Advice to applicants legally residing in Finland and applying for a residence permit on the basis of employment.

Extended service

I can assist the part or whole of the process from start to finish, for example, the application documents, the authorities, etc.

Appeal procedure

Assistance with complaint against an eventual negative work permit decision to the Administrative Court

 In Finland based employers and workers are warmly welcome.

Overseas agencies strictly no thanks.

The requirements and arrangements for residence permits are confusing and often perceived as difficult.

I can help you make sure that you have the right documents and that the application is properly completed. I also can deal with the authorities on your behalf after the application has been submittes and keep you updated of the progress.

With my assistance all of your bureaucratic affairs will be solved as easily as possible.

The service is tailor-made to suit the needs and budgets of companies of all sizes, household employers and individual work permit applicants.

No one can predict the decisions of the permit authorities, but on the basis of the existing regulations and practices, we can jointly find out where you stand.

The first counselling (by phone / email) is free of charge.

NB. This is not a recruitment agency.

Unfortunately I am not able to find any job for anyone. You must have confirmed employment before you may apply for a worker's residence permit for Finland. If you have been offered work by an employer, the employer needs to confirm that you will really be hired. This is usually done in the form of an employment contract. Your employer must confirm this information by necessary documents for the immigration authorities.

Current issues

A report by Yle's investigative journalism unit MOT has revealed how undocumented workers, that is those living and working in Finland without a residence permit, are being exploited by employers in a number of different industries.

The Finnish Immigration Service (Migri) announced on Thursday that a total of 139 construction workers from Uzbekistan have received deportation orders since the beginning of the year, over the workers' poorly-forged education credentials.

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