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Categories of residence permits

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Categories of residence permits

The categories of residence permits are as follows:

A) Work permit for business purposes:

A1. Employees with dependent employment relationship – provision of services – provision of work

Α2. Special purpose employees

A3. Investment activity

Α4. Highly qualified employment – ‘EU Blue Card’


B) Temporary residence (employment with a national visa)

B1. Seasonal work

B2. Fishermen

B3. Members of art ensembles

Β4. Third-country citizens transferred from a company established in a Member State of the European Union or the European Economic Area in order to provide services

Β5. Third-country citizens transferred from a company established in a third-country in order to provide services

Β6. Leaders of organised tourism groups

B7. Athletes, coaches

Β8. Third-country university students participating in internship programmes


C) Residence permit for humanitarian, exceptional or other reasons

C1. Humanitarian reasons

C2. Exceptional reasons

C3. Public interest

C4. Other reasons (financially independent persons, property owners, adult children – dependent persons and household staff of diplomatic mission members, studies – familiarisation with and exercise of monastic life)


D) Residence permit for studies, volunteer work, research and vocational training

D1. Studies

D2. Volunteer work

D3. Research

D4 Vocational training

E) Residence permit for victims of human trafficking and illegal immigrant smuggling


F) Residence permit for family reunion

F1. Family members of a third-country citizen

F2. Family members of a Greek citizen or an expatriate

F3. Independent residence permit of a family member of a third-country citizen or an expatriate

F4. Personal right of residence of family members of a Greek citizen


G) Long-term residence permit

G1. Long-term residence permit

G2. Residence permit for second-generation immigrants

G3. Ten-year residence permit

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