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Pensions for Researchers Researchers are a highly skilled and mobile part of the workforce. However, moving from one country to another can cause complications in terms of the transfer of state pension and supplementary pension rights. Information at National Level Information about pensions State pension If you've worked in several EU countries, you may have...
With the aim of making Europe even more attractive for foreign researchers, the European Commission proposed on 25 March 2013 a new visa directive for working periods exceeding three months. The new visa application shall be shorter, more opportunities to access the labour market while facilitating intra-EU mobility will be provided. The current two directives - Researchers and Students Directive - have not fully overcome all hindrances...
The Scientific Visa Package facilitates the procedure of admitting researchers coming from non-European countries (third-country nationals) to Europe for the purpose of scientific research. There is a distinction in the procedure for: -long-term admission, for researchers intending to stay in Europe for more than three months and -short-term visas, for entry of less than three months. The Scientific Visa Package is available for researchers...