Work Permit

Work Permit in Slovenia

According to the Slovenian Law on Employment and Work of Foreign Citizens intending to find a job in a Slovenian company, there are the following possibilities for obtaining a work permit in Slovenia (a unified work and residence permit):

  1. Obtaining a work permit for a foreign representative (director) without the labour market control — one permit for a company.
  2. Obtaining a work permit for a foreign employee under the labour market control.

Without the labour market control, a foreign businessman has the right to apply for a work permit on the basis of compliance with the one of three requirements for commercial activities:

  1. Investment in the company’s commercial activity in the amount of €50,000 within the first 6 months after the legal entity registration.
  2. Full-time employment of an employee for a period of at least 6 months.
  3. Monthly achievement of at least €10,000 of income for at least 6 months.

Under the labour market control, a foreign candidate should pass through the following stages to obtain a unified work and residence permit in Slovenia:

  1. Pass an interview and receive an official invitation from an employer in Slovenia.
  2. Sign an employment contract.
  3. Submit a package of documents to the Employment Service of Slovenia.
  4. Obtain a consent from the Employment Service of Slovenia and apply for a unified work and residence permit.

2TM Services

For physical entities — assistance in obtaining a work permit in Slovenia by a foreign citizen.

  1. Checking the employment contract.
  2. Obtaining consent from the Employment Service.
  3. Obtaining the documents necessary for employment in Slovenia (tax identification number, EMŠO).
  4. Submitting documents to obtain a unified work and residence permit and managing this procedure in the territory of Slovenia.
  5. Registering in the compulsory insurance system.

For legal entities — assisting in employment of a foreign citizen with a Slovenian company.

  1. Assistance in drawing up an employment contract.
  2. Submitting documents and obtaining consent from the Employment Service of Slovenia.
  3. Obtaining the documents necessary for an employee in Slovenia (tax identification number, EMŠO).
  4. Accompanying a candidate to obtain a unified work and residence permit in Slovenia.

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