IOM organises free consultancy day

The organisation aimed at aiding foreigners in adapting to the stay and/or life in Slovakia offers free advisory services to non-EU citizens on September 27, at its “One Stop Shop” in Bratislava.

New premises of the Foreigners' Police department at Regrútska Street in Bratislava. New premises of the Foreigners' Police department at Regrútska Street in Bratislava. (Source: Courtesy of Police Corps)

The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has come up with another Info Day in the Slovak capital, this time slated for September 27.

The free consultancy on the stay, work, and other spheres of life in Slovakia for foreigners coming from outside the European Union will be offered by consultants of the IOM’s Migration Information Centre (MIC), representatives from the Foreign Police, Labour Office, and Trade Licensing Office.

The consultancy will take place at the Foreign Police Department at Regrútska 4 in Bratislava, between 9:00 and 14:00, when the venue changes into a "One Stop Shop" – Info Day for Foreigners, the SITA newswire wrote on September 25.

More information can be found on the IOM website.

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Theme: Foreigners in Slovakia


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