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Are you or your company planning to hire an international talent? Do you know what you need to take into consideration before and after recruiting an international talent?
Follow the checklist to make sure that you take everything into account and to make the recruitment process as smooth as possible.
Please note that the Checklist is normative. If advice is needed, please contact responsible authorities.
Residence and work permits
It is employer’s obligation to make sure that the employee has the required permit in order to be eligible to reside and work in Finland.
Citizens of EU/ EEA countries do not need a residence permit for Finland. They can reside and work freely in Finland up to three months after which they must register their right of residence at the Finnish Immigration Service office. Citizens of Nordic countries are exceptions, and they can register at Local Register Office. Citizens of other Non-EU citizen usually need a residence permit based on employment.