North Macedonia Immigration: Gateway to New Opportunities
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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.

North Macedonia is located in Southeast Europe, and the state’s capital is Skopje. The country became independent in 1991 as one of Yugoslavia’s successor states. The official regional languages are Turkish, Romani, Serbian, Bosnian, and Aromanian, while the immigrants and the majority also speak English.

 

North Macedonia is a beautiful country with great beaches and stunning mountains. For many people, moving to North Macedonia is not just a chance to indulge in its captivating scenery and culture but also an opportunity to start a new life as a foreign national.

 

The state’s excellent economy offers extraordinary healthcare and educational facilities to locals and immigrants. North Macedonia will take your breath away with its scenic views. Foreigners see the state as an appealing option for immigration because it has major business sectors such as food processing, beverages, textiles, iron, cement, and automotive parts.

The state’s current economic condition is quite favorable for starting or investing in a new business. If the immigrant wants to work in the state, they can get better work opportunities with great benefits, as the country also has a friendly market for foreigners.

 

If the applicant is willing to migrate to North Macedonia and work in the state, then they must apply for a Type D visa to North Macedonia. Type D allows you to stay and work upon your arrival in the state. The basic requirements for the work permit are:

North Macedonia has excellent healthcare and educational facilities, making it a great option to live with your loved ones. You can live a peaceful and extraordinary life with your family members. The applicant who lives in the state can apply for a family reunification visa.

 

The family reunification visa allows you to live with your spouse, children, parents, or any other blood relatives in the state for 90 days. You have to apply for the family reunification visa along with the following essentials:

The expat can get approval for permanent residence in the state if they have been living there for three years under a temporary residence permit and fulfill all the conditions according to the state’s law.

 

The essential requirements to apply for a permanent residence visa are:

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

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