Entry visa requirements
Working fewer than 90 days?
Work permit exemptions for UK citizens who are working or engaging ‘in any other lawful activity.’
(Article 58 (13) of the Law on the Legal Situation of Aliens)
Working for more than 90 days?
There are special conditions which apply to citizens of Australia, Japan, UK, USA, Canada, New Zealand and South Korea.
These conditions suggest that a work permit is not required in addition to the residence permit.
You will also need:
- Employment contract or relevant supporting documents for ‘individual activity’
- Proof of sufficient subsistence
- Proof of accommodation
- Written statement that you have no conviction record
- Health insurance of at least €6000
€120 for temporary residence permit (‘general’, within 3 months).
€240 (‘urgent’, within 45 calendar days).
The information provided in this guide is for your reference only and does not constitute legal or immigration advice. The ISM recommends that if you have any doubts about your eligibility to enter any country, you contact a suitably qualified migration expert for each individual country in good time prior to intended arrival.