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Work Permit Visa

Worker Visa Processing

Infrastructure Plan & Visa Management

With the recent global developments and people’s mass movements across the globe, plenty of people opt to work and live in a foreign country. This way, they get to explore different cultures and experience life in a new place. However, anyone who wants to work in a foreign country requires a valid work visa.
Do you want to build a career and live abroad? As one of the world’s leading overseas career specialists and a leading work visa agent, Visa Link has helped thousands of individuals and families settle in the world’s most liveable countries. We’ve seen firsthand how moving abroad can improve not only the migrant’s life, but also the lives of their family and parents. With our comprehensive Visa Link, we are the #1 choice for professionals seeking to work abroad.

What Is a Work Visa?

A work visa is a permit that gives you the right to work and live in a country other than your country of residence. You have to meet several qualifying conditions to qualify for a work visa, which change based on which country you want to work in.

Work Visa Guidelines

When you get your work visa, you have to make sure you follow the rules as listed below:

How To Get a Work Visa?

To get a work visa, you need to follow the application steps listed below:
Before applying for your work permit, you have to find a job in a foreign country. You must provide evidence of a work contract when you submit your visa application.
Find a representative office that issues work visas for your destination country. You have to make an appointment to attend your visa interview.
You need to have your documents prepared by translating them and verifying as required.
In most cases, your employer applies for the work permit on your behalf, but there are instances where you may have to submit your application on your own.
Once the date of your appointment comes, you have to go to the embassy/consulate and finish your visa interview. Some visa offices may ask you to submit the visa payment the same day as your interview; make sure you check with the visa office.