Foreigners can seek free counselling at Foreigners' Police in Bratislava again

The information day is held on February 28.

Foreigners' Police Department on Regrútska 4, Bratislava-Vajnory.Foreigners' Police Department on Regrútska 4, Bratislava-Vajnory. (Source: Interior Ministry)

The Migration Information Centre of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM MIC) will hold another information day for all non-EU citizens seeking advice on residence and employment in Slovakia.

The free counselling will be available on February 28 between 9:00 and 14:00 at the Foreigners' Police Department on Regrútska 4, Bratislava.

Non-EU citizens can benefit from advice given by IOM MIC legal consultants, officers working at the labour office as well as the Foreigners' Police.

For more information, foreigners can call a helpline via 0850 211 478 or visit the website.

Information Day for Foreigners on February 28. Information Day for Foreigners on February 28. (Source: IOM MIC)

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