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A Romanian Invitation: “Want to go out for juice?”

A Romanian Invitation: “Want to go out for juice?”

It was a drizzly spring evening as Cristian David, Minister for Romanians Abroad, took shelter at Wein & Co at Schottentor, and found his way down into the cosy wine cellar, shaking off the damp. He was there to meet with a group of young Romanian professionals in Vienna connected through Facebook, calling themselves “Romanians […]

Austrian Integration Fund: A Point of First Contact

Austrian Integration Fund: A Point of First Contact

These welcome desks are to serve as a point of first contact for new arrivals, both welcoming them to the country and offering information on the rights, obligations and opportunities awaiting them, as well as more concrete advice regarding employment, housing, education, insurance and other practical aspects of living in Austria. After the initial free […]

Immigrants’ Rights

Immigrants’ Rights

Voting Rights for Foreigners: Frustration Politics, 19 March  by Andrea Heigl When discussing looming elections or referendums with friends, there is a group of people who can only shrug their shoulders at the subject. Many people in Austria cannot make such choices, they are, in fact, not allowed to choose – no citizenship, no right […]

Kurz Cares About The Card

Kurz Cares About The Card

Say you’re from a non-EU country – America, say, or Singapore, or South Africa – and decide to study in Austria. Maybe you arrived here with your parents as a child, or you fell in love with an Austrian, or simply decided to study here because it was cheap. Whatever the reason, you’re here now, […]

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