The Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI) has announced that temporary work permits for quick job start on the fast-track scheme are available at its new branch office in Esbjerg, from now until January 2023..
An appointment can be booked for a quick job start at Esbjerg by writing to the employing company’s contact person at SIRI no later than 12 noon the day before the required appointment time, or by calling the company’s contact person within their agreed hours of availability. Booking an appointment via the link in the receipt received after submission of an application for the fast-track scheme is not possible at Esbjerg.
It is not possible to book an appointment for quick job start at SIRI Sønderborg.
The Department of Justice has announced an upcoming increase in the amount of funds required for non-EEA students to study in Ireland from EUR 7000 to EUR 10,000 per year of study.
If the duration of the course is less than six months, they must have access to EUR 700 per month of their stay (up from EUR 500) or EUR 4,200 (up from EUR 3000), whichever is the lesser.
This will affect all students who begin their studies in Ireland after 1 July 2023.
The government has announced new minimum wage levels effective from 1 January 2023.
- The national monthly minimum wage for highly skilled migrants aged 30 and above will increase to EUR 5,008.
- The national monthly minimum wage for highly skilled migrants under 30 will increase to EUR 3,672.
- Foreign nationals who have graduated in the Netherlands will need to be paid at least EUR 2,631.
- European Blue Card holders will need to be paid at least EUR 5,867.