Blue Card Directive Published

Directive 2009/50/EC on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals for the purposes of highly qualified employment has been published in the Official Journal.

The directive defines the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals for the purposes of highly qualified employment within the EU Blue Card system, including the eligibility criteria related to a salary threshold.

5 responses to “Blue Card Directive Published

  1. the blue cards are a due to romanian people wich try to get emploiment in the UK?

  2. Good day. I would like to interview someone regarding the Blue Card Directive. I already contacted Mrs Renate Weber and Mr Marian-Jean Marinescu but I’m still waiting for a response.

    Do you have any suggestions for me?

    It would be quite interesting to interview someone from the Romanian “side” due to the fact that the newly EU-members refused the Blue Card Directive.

    Thank you in advance.
    Alexandra Gontean

  3. Вихър Георгиев

    Alexandra,

    You may want to talk to the Romanian Ministry of Employment (or equivalent). You may also contact BusinessEurope http://www.businesseurope.eu/Content/Default.asp and the European Trade Union Confederation: http://www.etuc.org/

  4. Hi. My wife is bulgarian, I am english, with our 3 year old daughter. Her 5 year visa expired this month. Will she need a blue card or a br1, or is it something entirley different.
    Thanks.

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