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Work visa

 If you are considering a personal development experience, going abroad can provide you with unique opportunities that you might not find in your home country. Going abroad could help you to develop further on the personal en professional level. If you are going to work abroad, you might need a work visaArranging a work visa abroad can be a complicated process. Here are three important things to keep in mind. 



Research visa requirements

 Each country has its own visa requirements. It is important to research the requirements of the country where you want to work and make sure you have all the necessary documents and information to apply for the visa. A visa request can take up to several months. Start a couple of months with your application so you have time enough to prepare your work experience abroad.





Find a sponsor
Some countries require a sponsor to obtain a work visa. A sponsor can be an employer or an organization that supports your work in the country. Setting yourself apart by vocalizing your career goals, mentoring others, being an active presence at work, and taking on responsibilities outside of your primary role are all great ways to get the attention of upper management. Make sure you find a sponsor before applying for a visa.


Plan well in advanced

Applying for a work visa can take a lot of time. Make sure you start arranging your visa well in advance so that you don’t run out of time. Keep in mind that some countries also have a waiting period before your visa is approved. 

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