Residence in Latvia for highly qualified non-EU citizens
The EU Blue card.
Sviridenko & Partners SIA has been providing legal services in Latvia for many years, and we specialize in various areas of law, including immigration law.

We would like to take this opportunity to inform you specific immigration program in Latvia that we specialise in: the EU Blue Card.
The EU Blue card
The EU Blue Card is a work and residency permit that allows highly qualified non-EU citizens to work and live in any EU member state, including Latvia.
This program is designed for individuals with a university degree or equivalent qualification, along with a job offer in a highly skilled profession.
We can assist clients in obtaining the EU Blue Card and provide them with guidance on the necessary requirements and procedures.
Indians in Latvia
According to data from the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia, as of 2022, there were 1,208 Indian nationals living in Latvia, making up around 0.06% of the total population. The number of Indian residents in Latvia has been steadily increasing over the years, with just 409 Indian residents in 2010.

The majority of Indian residents in Latvia are in the age group of 25-34 years, and many of them work in the IT and technology sectors, as well as in medicine and education. The Indian community in Latvia is known to be active and engaged, with various cultural and social events organized throughout the year.

Immigration to Latvia from India remains modest, but there is potential for growth, particularly in the areas of technology and business. The Latvian government has recently taken steps to attract foreign talent and investment through various initiatives and programs, which could make it easier for Indian nationals to immigrate to Latvia in the future.

We can help clients with the necessary documentation, business plan preparation, and other legal procedures required for obtaining the EU Blue Card.
If you are interested in discussing this opportunity further, please let us know

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