The Estonian Government must soon decide what to do in a situation, where businesses struggling with workforce shortages wish to bring in workers to Estonia, but the 0.1 per cent quota for residence and work permits stipulated by law will already be filled by the middle of the year.
Interior Minister Andres Anvelt is scheduled to take the issue of immigration quotas to the government within the next few weeks, the public broadcaster ERR reported on Friday. This year's quota for temporary immigration for citizens of countries from outside the EU is 1,317 people, but as...
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