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Estonia - Employment
EU and EAA citizens may wish to obtain a temporary residence permit. This allows the EU and EAA citizens to register as a person performing the function of a member of an Estonian company's statutory body. If the EU citizen has family members who are non-EU citizens, they may become eligible for temporary residence visas if their EU family member obtains one.
All other foreign nationals who wish to work in Estonia must obtain a temporary residence permit for the purpose of employment.
They will require the following documents to do so:
- A valid passport or other valid ID;
- Two passport-type photographs;
- Documentation confirming purpose of the residency, such as a work contract or written confirmation from the employer specifically demonstrating the foreigner's employment.
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