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IOM organises another Info Day for foreigners

Police officers, labour office workers and legal consultants will be available at the Bratislava-based Foreigners’ Police department on May 31.

Premises of the Foreigners' Police department on Regrútska Street in Bratislava(Source: Courtesy of Police Corps)

Foreigners coming from non-EU countries will be offered more information about residence, life and work in Slovakia during another Info Day, which takes place on May 31.

Run by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM)’s Migration Information Centre (MIC), the free counselling takes place at the Foreigners’ Police department on 4 Regrútska Street in Bratislava between 9:00 and 14:00.

Third-country nationals will learn more about life in Slovakia from the Foreigners’ Police officers, employees of the labour offices and IOM MIC’s legal consultants.

More information can be found at the IOM MIC website.

Read also:Free Info Days for foreigners relaunched

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Topic: Foreigners in Slovakia


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