Introduction

The Slovene International Protection Act recognizes two statuses: refugee status (permanent residence permit) and subsidiary protection status (temporary residence permit).

Individuals under international protection have free access to the labour market and do not need a work permit. Beneficiaries of international protection have free access to the labour market 9 months after lodging an asylum application, if a decision has not been received yet and the delay cannot be attributed to the beneficiary of international protection. Persons with a recognized refugee status do not need a work permit and have equal access to the labour market as Slovene nationals. Once granted international protection in Slovenia, beneficiaries of international protection have the right to attend a free-of-charge Slovene language course, as well as a right to financial and social assistance, child benefits, social welfare, public services and integration activities. They can also get their skills, diploma, certificates or trainings recognized at the ENIC-NARIC centre in Slovenia.


 
 

à propos de Skills2Work

Le projet Skills2Work vise à assurer de meilleures conditions pour l'intégration rapide et réussie du marché du travail des bénéficiaires de la protection internationale * en améliorant le cadre d'accueil, en renforçant les capacités des autorités compétentes, des fournisseurs de services, des intermédiaires et des employeurs. Skills2Work facilite la validation précoce des compétences et des compétences basées sur l'appariement des emplois, ainsi que l'accès à l'information et aux services pour la reconnaissance des compétences.

*A beneficiary of international protection is a person who has been recognized by a state as eligible for subsidiary protection or as a refugee.

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