Migration in Finland opens up opportunities for living in a European country with a stable political and economic situation. Each citizen of this country has the right to free education and treatment, as well as the ability to receive benefits in case of loss of work.
In addition, the state has one of the lowest crime levels.
The country’s immigration legislation is very strictly related to illegal migrants and employers hiring them to work. By law, such an act can threaten not only an administrative fine, but also criminal punishment in the form of imprisonment for a period of one to two years.
Despite the overall strict of laws and many nuances, getting a residence permit and subsequently after five years to become a citizen of the country in Finland is easier than in many other European countries. This is evidenced by the minimum percentage of failures.
Persons who have received asylum or protection who expressed their intention to reunite with the family, as well as persons working in the country under a contract with the Finnish company, can get a view of permanent or temporary residence. Students of secondary, professional and higher educational institutions, a person who has entered into marriage with a citizen of the country or with a person who has a residence permit, can apply for these statuses.