Romania has announced a work visa for Pakistanis.
Romania announced 20,000 work permits for Pakistanis in July 2019? Is it a good chance?
It was 5,500 in 2017.
It was 8,000 in 2018.
It 20,000 in 2019… Plus, a conditional proposal for an enhanced 10,000 work permit for Pakistani individuals for physical labor, medical, engineering, it and construction.
However, it is not a ‘ free invitation ‘, it is certainly not a walk in the park, it does not mean that the whole quota will be met. You will still have to verify yourself as to the romance and the need to come to the EU, meaning;
1.) You need to be a certified learner and be educated in your work. Diplomas and certificates are required.
2.) Do not hold an important criminal offense or warrant in your home country and can prove it with an authenticated police record document.
3.) You can eject the required amount from your local government offices.
4.) Search for an employer who will sponsor you or hire your own legal counsel to apply to you.
5.) Either you or your employer pays the required fees and taxes. (Only 100 roughs per year; 21.02 euros)
6.) Pass an IELTS test as required by your employer, you prove to be a sufficient level of Romanian, English or French. (American, British, Australian, Canadian citizens are exempt from this requirement).
7.) prove that you or your employer provided you with a medical certificate that is translated into English or Romanian, and you are eligible for this position.
Is it worth it? Well, it depends on your education and background.
Factor 1; If you have a battery degree, you can easily make 2000 + Euro per month job in Bucharest, especially it and medical.
Factor 2; In Romania, the cost of living is very low but the quality of life is quite high. The apartment of the two bedrooms can be easily available for 250-300 euros a month, 150 euros for 3 cost families, phone plans below 10 euros, free public schools for All Migrant children, crime very low, etc.
So if you decide to come, you can live well and enjoy the benefits of living in a safe European country inside the EU while saving a lot of money. That bit — is correct.
Factor 3: Many Romanians are still racist openly towards different races and ethnicities. In Romania, we have a group called ‘ Races ‘. They are long-past Indian-origin individuals. Many people beg, fight, break the law, etc., they are still facing extreme discrimination in Romania. You, a foreign person, presumably with similar physical features, will not face the same discrimination, even if just out of social situations, there is no guarantee. So consider this, as well.
This is happening because a large part of the well-educated Romanian population is leaving their country and looking for a better job and ultimately a better life for other countries like the US or Germany. Therefore, the need for foreign workers to grow, otherwise the many sectors in Romania will come down. We keep the country ahead and stimulate the economy, as much as some people do not want to acknowledge.
If you live in Bucharest then it will be hard to miss a lot of professionals who are already migrating here from India and Pakistan