Migration to Estonia

Estonia is a small Baltic country located in northern Europe. The population of the country as of January 1, 2022 is 1,331,796 people; the population of the capital is 445,002 people. The climate of Estonia is transitional from temperate maritime to temperate continental with mild winters and cool summers. This is influenced by washing from three sides by the Baltic Sea.

The almost complete absence of industrial factors polluting the nature, an active environmental policy, the Baltic Sea, an abundance of forests (44% of the country’s territory), peat bogs (20% of the territory), more than 7 thousand rivers and streams and 1400 lakes have made Estonia one of the most environmentally friendly countries in the world. Europe. According to the results of research by the international organization IQAir AirVisual, in 2019, Estonia took the high 4th place in the world in terms of air purity.

In the period of time after secession from the USSR, a small Baltic country has achieved impressive results: in terms of the level and quality of life, economic and social indicators, Estonia not only outperformed its neighbors – Latvia and Lithuania, but also competed with Poland and the Czech Republic. Estonia has an advanced e-government model that greatly simplifies paperwork and simplifies life in general. The government is doing real work to attract investors, start-ups and other promising projects that are rapidly developing the country’s economy.

The medical system in the republic is decentralized. One of the testimonies of the high level of medical care is the fact that the average life expectancy in Estonia was 78 years in 2019: 73 years for men and 82 years for women.

The Estonian education system is at a high level. Education is conducted both in public and in private and public educational institutions. After graduating from the 9th grade, the child can receive a secondary education at a three-year gymnasium school or enter a vocational special educational institution.

Bureaucracy is not encouraged in Estonia, there is no corruption and rudeness. Equality reigns in relations between the sexes.

A temporary residence permit in Estonia can be issued for up to 5 years. When applying for a residence permit for the first time, it can be issued for 2 years.

After this period, you can extend the temporary residence permit or apply for a permanent residence permit. Among the mandatory requirements: are the presence of a steady income, knowledge of the Estonian language at the initial level, and so on.






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