Passport & Consular Services

Can My Family Accompany Me With a Europe Work Visa?

In many European countries, it is possible for your family members to accompany you or join you at a later stage if you hold a valid work visa. The specific rules and requirements for bringing family members with you on a work visa vary between countries.

Generally, the ability to bring family members will depend on factors such as the type of work visa you hold, the duration of your employment contract, your income, and the immigration policies of the country you are working in.

Spouses or partners and dependent children are typically eligible to join the primary visa holder, but each country may have different definitions of dependents and specific requirements that need to be met, such as proof of relationship, financial support, and health insurance coverage.

It’s important to thoroughly research the immigration regulations of the country where you plan to work or consult with a qualified immigration professional to understand the specific requirements and procedures for bringing family members on a work visa. They can provide you with accurate and up-to-date information based on your circumstances and the country you are interested in.

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