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Europe is the second smallest continent and home to the world’s largest church, St. Peter’s Basilica. The Louvre is Europe's most visited tourist attraction.

Belarus, formally the Republic of Belarus, is an Eastern European landlocked country. Belarus, historically known as Belorussia or White Russia until its independence in 1991, was the smallest of the three Slavic republics that comprised the Soviet Union. Although Belarus is not part of Russia, the primary language of Belarus is Russian, not Belarusian.


Belarus is among the countries with the lowest unemployment rate in European countries. Chances of getting part-time jobs are high for students. Domestic students and international students all have part-time jobs.


The tourism sector of Belarus is the most popular thing about the country. Reportedly, Belarus’s tourism sector generated approximately 542 million U.S. dollars. The tourism sector of Belarus is the backbone of the country.

As Belarus is a country full of opportunities for domestic civilians and immigrants, any immigrant wishing to work in Belarus must have a work permit to work there legally. An employer cannot engage a foreigner without such a permit.

The following documents are needed to obtain a work visa:

A family visa is for anyone who wants to join their spouse in Belarus. The documents needed in this process are:

Starting a business in the territory of Belarus is one of the wisest decisions for any international civilian because there are so many opportunities for the national or international civilian.


Belarus offers foreign enterprises exceptional prospects for rapid expansion of their businesses as the country’s privatization process accelerates.


The requirements for a business visa include:

The European immigration department of Direct U.S. Immigration enables aspiring foreign nationals to immigrate to Belarus.


We offer professional supervision and application processes regardless of whether you wish to immigrate as a skilled worker, create a business in Belarus, or reconnect with relatives.


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