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Old 02.03.2019, 18:54
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B permit requirenments

Dear all,

I have a question regarding the specific requirement for the B permit application as a non-Eu resident. Among other things, in the law, it is clearly stated that the applicant is allowed to work if their work is of high academic or economic interest.

My question is: what does that mean? How do you judge if it is of economic interest or not? Are there any examples of one or the other? Maybe this is one of the vague statements they intentionally make so they could use it for reasoning rejections.

Another important question is: is there any way to prove it? Can a company issue a document stating that the job function is of economic interest?

Thank you!
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