Bosnia and Herzegovina Immigration: Path to New Beginnings
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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.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country in southeastern Europe on the Balkan Peninsula. Sarajevo is the country’s capital, and Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian are the official languages. The country is named after two regions with no proper border for separation.

 

The country is a beautiful destination with green valleys, charming towns, and gorgeous landscapes. Bosnia and Herzegovina are among the most sought-after states worldwide for immigrants. The country’s excellent healthcare system and outstanding educational facilities attract foreigners to migrate and settle with their families. You can live an extraordinary life at a reasonable cost.

 

The locals of the country are very welcoming and kind-hearted, making it easier for the migrants to settle there. The expatriates consider Bosnia and Herzegovina an attractive option for work purposes. The state has a strong economy, with the main sectors being steel, coal, iron ore, lead, zinc, tobacco products, and oil refining.

Bosnia and Herzegovina has a diverse economy with excellent career opportunities. The strong economy provides a friendly environment for emigrants to start or invest in a new business.

 

The work permit allows the applicant to stay there for 90 to 180 days with a temporary residence permit. The significant sectors of oil refining, appliance and furniture manufacturing, zinc, and iron ore mining create work opportunities for locals and immigrants.

 

If you want to apply for a work permit, you have to submit the following requirements:

A family reunification visa is a long-term stay permit that allows immigrants to bring their loved ones to the country. The family reunion visa allows your spouse, minor or adult children, or your parents to travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

 

You have to submit the following basic requirements for this visa:

You must meet all the eligibility criteria if you are willing to get a permanent residence visa for Bosnia and Herzegovina. Foreigners must have lived in the state for five years with a temporary residence permit without leaving the country.

 

The essential requirements for a permanent residence visa are:

The global immigration department of Direct U.S. Immigration facilitates ambitious foreign nationals to immigrate to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Whether you want to acquire permanent residency in Bosnia and Herzegovina, reunite with your family, or immigrate as a skilled foreign worker, we provide expert supervision and application procedures throughout.

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