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Old 29th June 2019, 12:22 PM
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Originally Posted by jollyfrancis View Post
I heard EU card is a good option through which you can work anywhere in EU. But I could not find any helpful link to proceed for the same..
The EU Blue Card is a good option - but be very sure to read all the fine print. You have to work for a minimum period of time in the country through which you obtained the card - at least 2 years, I think it is, though it may vary by country - before you can move on.
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