- Overview: Slovenia
- Global HR Compliance
- Global PEO and payroll
- Work permit for hiring expats via PEO
- Contractor vs. employee: which is better?
Using a PEO Service With Immigration Support For Expat Hiring In Slovenia
If you have plans to hire expatriate personnel for international assignments inSlovenia, you have a lot of key considerations to make. Some of the most important include:
- Navigating Slovenian unique immigration procedures
- Procuring all the documents required for a work permit
- Managing employment and payroll after your workers get their visas
Most of the time, expats are sent abroad to work on short-term projects, which means trying to set up your own subsidiary isn’t practical in terms of time as well as money. A simpler, more cost-effective solution is equal.
If you need to pay expats overseas, in Slovenia, in particular, that ideal solution is a global PEO that offers work permit support as a part of their service. Rather than going through the long process of incorporation, a PEO service will guide you through all the steps for Slovenian immigration procedures. When you get your permit/visa, the provider then helps onboard and payroll your expat team for you.
Acumen International has been providing this service for our clients’ expatriate personnel in Slovenia for short- and long-term projects alike. If you want a quick and compliant way to manage this issue, we can help. No matter what business objectives or timelines you have to work with, Acumen International provides end-to-end work permit support. We also stay within full legal compliance with local labor legislation in Slovenia and 190+ other countries.
So, with this in mind, who are the ideal candidates for Acumen’s ‘work permit and hiring expats through a Global PEO’ solution?
- Employer companies that want to relocate, hire, and pay expats in Slovenia.
- Experienced, individual professionals that have an employer already prepared to finance their immigration and foreign employment in the country.
- Companies that plan to send their highly skilled personnel to work for them in Slovenia
Important thing that you may not be aware of. Having a single provider to sponsor your work permit and employ your expats in Slovenia post immigration cuts down on the risks of visa getting rejected.
One thing that sets us apart from other global PEO Service providers is that Acumen also provides additional benefits along with a PEO employment and work permit for expats to be employed on-the-ground. These include:
- Medical insurance
- Office rent
- Mobile phone/car provision for meetings
- Dependant relocation
Attention: we are not an immigration service! We do not provide a work permit and immigration support as a standalone solution to individuals looking to find jobs overseas.
Estimated time for work permit issuance
Typically, the procedure of work permit issuance in Slovenia takes from 2 to 7 months until entry to Slovenia, and a further 1 day before the whole process is completed.
Major steps to get a work permit in Slovenia
- Work and Residence Permit Application
- Entry to Slovenia
- Address Registration
Documents for work permit in Slovenia, main applicant
|1 Passport Photograph 3.5cm x 4.5cm||3.5cm x 4.5cm, in color, resolution minimum 600 dpi. The photograph should be of an appropriate quality for biometric processing. Face forward, mouth closed, eyes open.||One original|
|Valid Passport||One original|
|Proof of Residence in Country of Application||Copy of driving license stating address, or a recent utility bill.||One clear copy|
|Legalised Police Clearance||A police clearance certificate issued no more than 90 days prior to application from the country of citizenship/nationality, translated into Slovenian, legalized and apostilled.||One certified and translated copy; one legalized original|
|Application Form (Principal)||Completed and signed work and residence permit application form.||One original|
|Work and Residence Permit Fee||86,50 Euros||One original|
|Educational Certificates||Educational certificates and any additional diplomas relating to applicant’s field of expertise, Apostilled or legalized for use in Slovenia and translated into Slovenian.||One translated copy; one clear and legalized copy|
|Travel Insurance (Slovenia)||Travel insurance for the period until the temporary residence permit is issued (advisable validity of 90 days) emergency medical services costs during the stay in Slovenia. The minimum coverage must be EUR 30.000.||One clear copy|
If you need to have your expat personnel legally work for you in Slovenia without having to set up your own business entity for that, trust us to assist you with work permit and immigration support, and then employ your expats locally on your behalf.
Contact our team to let us take up your foreign employees’ immigration matters and relieve you of the responsibility of getting work permit by working with our local partners to organize and obtain all the necessary permits, as well as provide you with a detailed update on the progress of the process.
Call us for more information about how you can get a work permit for your expatriate staff and employ them through Acumen International in Slovenia.