WORK PERMIT IN KOSOVO
Kosovo, officially the Republic of Kosovo, is a partially-recognised state in Southeast Europe, subject to a territorial dispute with the Republic of Serbia.
Internet TLD: .xk (proposed)
Official languages: Albanian, Serbian
A landlocked country, Kosovo is bordered by Serbia to the north and east, North Macedonia to the south, Albania to the west, and Montenegro to the northwest. Kosovo, about the same size as Jamaica or Lebanon, is the smallest country in the Balkans.
The cultural lives of Kosovo’s Albanians and Serbs, although distinctive, bear many resemblances to those of the peoples of Albania and Servia, respectively. For further information on the cultures of those countries, see Albania: Cultural life and Serbia: Cultural life.
Daily life and social customs
In Kosovo’s largely secular society, most people dress in Western clothing. Although Muslim women and girls generally do not wear head scarves, in 2009 the ministry of education banned them from schools, arousing controversy. Many older Albanian men still wear a traditional brimless white cap, or plis. For weddings, full traditional dress often is worn, particularly by women; these garments may be embroidered with silver.
Currently we are seeking for Unskilled and Semi-skilled workers in Kosovo such as:
- Factory workers,
- Construction workers
- Garments workers
- Service Workers
- Security Guards
- Many More offers
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- Resume / CV
- Experience certificate
- Police clearance Certificate
- Last Qualification Certificate
- Possibility to apply for Kosovo citizenship after 5 years of work in Kosovo;
- Opportunity for Family Reunion;
- Opportunity to travel in Europe without visas;
- Renewable job contract;
- Accommodation Free
- Food two times per day provided
- Transport Internal transport provided
- Annual leave: 14 paid days per year after completing 12 months of work
- Working hours 8 working hours per day