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Immigration to Finland

Immigration to Finland has begun to grow and currently the number of immigrants in Finland is about 365 thousand people, or 6.6% of the country's population, which is still significantly lower than the corresponding figure in most European countries.

There are many reasons why Finland should be considered as a best country for immigration in 2021, such as, security, stability and strong social protection system. You need to apply for a Finnish Residence Permit if you want to immigrate to Finland.

How to get a residence permit in Finland

You can get a residence permit by starting or buying a business in Finland. You will need to make a business plan that shows the profitability of the company and the ability to pay the your salary if you start your own business. Moreover, you should have partners or potential customers in Finland.

In case you don't have any partners or customers in Finland there is an option of buying a ready-made company in Finland.
You can apply for this program if you have clients in European or American countries that generate income of 4300 EUR per month. Your work has to be related to IT field, for instance UX/UI design, software development, data science, and digital marketing.
Students of any educational institutions officially registered in Finland, which provide a diploma of qualification at the end of their studies, can also obtain a residence permit.
Upon completion of their studies, students have the right to apply for a residence permit to look for work for up to two years.

In addition, graduates of Finnish educational institutions are not required to work only in a certain field, unlike those sold through employment.
You can get a residence permit on the basis of family ties in the following cases. The family members of Finnish residents are: spouses, registered partners, cohabiting partners, children and guardians of a child under 18 years of age.

Why immigrate to Finland

Finland has comprehensive social security, a wide range of public services, healthcare, family benefits, pension and unemployment benefits, are available from birth to old age in different life situations.

Nordic welfare standards

Finland is the only one country European country where you can become a citizen after 4 years or get permanent residency after 5. Moreover, Finland is always welcoming those who want to start a business which helps to develop the country's economy.

Loyal immigrant policy

Finland is well-known for its education system. Kindergartens and schools in Finland are obligatory and free of charge. Besides Finnish higher education consider as one of the best in Europe. There are many free Finnish and English programs.

Finnish education

For example, if your wife does not work in Finland she needs to study Finnish language and get 600 EUR per month. Moreover, you get extra 10 EUR per day if you have 3 children.

Finnish so­cial se­cur­ity

As of 2019, there are 423 494 foreigners living in Finland. Because of the large international community you receive constant support from Finns and other nationalities as you navigate your way through life. Compared to other European countries in Finland people speak English fluently everywhere.

Foreigners are welcomed

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