European nationals embracing work permits to Non – EU skilled workers

A New European State Allows, EU Associate States Provide 2.6 Million Work Permits for Non-EU People. A Rise of 12.1% Comparing to Previous year.

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The Growth was Mainly Due to Excessive Number of First Permits Granted for Work Permits (+23.5% from Slightly Less than 0.6 Million in 2014 to more than 0.7 Million in 2016)

 

The Complete Number of First Residence Permits Granted by the reason in the EU 2015, Were –

–          Family Visas – 28.9% Total Number of Permits Sanctioned in 2015

–          Education – 20.2%

–          Employment – 27.2%

–          -Other – 23.8%

The Associative States with Complete Number of First Residence Permits Issues to Third Country Nationals 2015

–          UK (24.3% of Complete Permits Granted)

–          Poland (20.8%)

–          France (8.7%)

–          Germany (7.5%)

–          Spain (7.4%)

–          Italy (6.9%)

 

In the Common Period, The Main Citizenship of Persons Issued in First Residency Permits in EU

–          United Kingdom –  (24.3% of total permits issued)

–          Poland – (20.8%)

–          France – (8.7%)

–          Germany – (7.5%)

–          Spain – (7.4%)

–          Italy – (6.9%)

 

In the Similar period, the Priority  Citizenship of persons Granted first residence permits in the EU were:

–          Ukraine –  (19.2%)

–          United States –  (10.0%)

–          China –  (6.4%)

–          India –  (5.2%)

–          Syria –  (4.0%)

–          Morocco –  (3.7%)

 

A total of 38,433 first residence permits were issued to non-EU citizens in Ireland in 2015.

More than half (57.4%) of these permits Granted for Students

In 2015, the total number of first residence permits issued by reason in Ireland were:

 

–          Family – 9.0%

–          Education – (57.4%)

–          Employment – (15.8%)

–          Other – (17.8%)

 

The Priority citizenship of Individuals Sanctioned Primary residence permits, in the same period, were:

–          Brazil – (28.5%)

–          India – (7.5%)

–          United States – (7.0%)

–          China – (6.0%)

–          Pakistan – (4.9%)

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