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What Does the EU Blue Card Mean for Employers?

The EU Blue Card program is designed to facilitate movement and increase employment opportunities for highly skilled third-country workers within the EU and thereby increase competitiveness and economic growth through the region. But because each member state has broad authority to implement its own eligibility criteria and procedures, the benefits of the program to employers seeking access to top global talent are not yet clear. For example, EU member countries are free to determine the number of Blue Cards they will grant each year, whether the program will be subject to existing caps on admissions, whether applicants must be sponsored by an employer and whether a labor market test will be required. Member states are in the process of formulating their Blue Card programs and their ultimate decisions on these issues will determine how advantageous each program may be to employers.

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