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Welcome to
Salzburg
Information for
Migrants
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A cordial welcome
As the appointed councilor of the provincial government, it is both a concern
and a commitment to me to be aware of
the needs and concerns of people with
a migration background in a particularly
careful way and with the necessary respect.
This includes first of all the dialogue and
the appreciative interaction between people
which is based upon European values.
In this process, it appears to me that the
following points should be emphasized in
order to bring us closer to these goals:
W Integration through the promotion of
language
W Integration through improved educational and occupational opportunities
W Integration through concrete life in community - socially and in a good neighborly relationship, door to door and house
to house
To me, integration does not only take place
through discussion and congresses but also
through shared activities of Austrians and
non-Austrians. In this interpersonal way, the
one or other prejudice and fear of contact
will be broken down.
This requires first of all that the „Natives“
and the „Migrants“ approach each other
openly and begin to converse and initiate it
without prejudice.
It also requires first of all that people each
respect the other differing ways of life, cultures and attitudes in observance of human
rights and respect for fundamental values
and rights of freedom within the European
Union. Integration in this sense is not so
much adaptation as it is far more a form of
dialogue. This dialogue will not always be
free of conflicts; even more importantly, it
calls for the respect of our collective values
like democracy, rules of law, freedom of
opinion, esteem of human dignity.
It is also clear to me that this will not all
happen without hurdles and that not only
the government carries the responsibility.
Each person must accept responsibility for
him or herself and the other and creatively
shape his or her life. In the end, it has to do
with the attitude along the lines of „Give
honor to your child and your child will give
honor to you“ (from Nigeria). This applies
to every age bracket and every station in
life as well.
Tina Widmann
Appointed Councilor of the Provincial
Government
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Contents
Everyday Life in Austria 5
General Info 6
Living
8
Leasing Agreement
9
Working
11
School
13
University
14
Vocational Training
15
Car & Job 16
Education, Culture, Sport
17
German Courses
21
Taking independent action
23
Child Care 24
Social Security 25
Socially insured 26
Health Issues 27
Expecting a Baby 28
Addresses
29
Crisis Help Lines 30
Authorities 31
Advice on Migration 32
Glossary
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In the Federal Province of Salzburg,
530.000 people live in 203.000 households
in 118 municipalities. 84.000 people who
live in Salzburg are not Austrian citizens.
That is 16% of the population, in the city of
Salzburg 22%.
The largest group of non-Austrians (42%)
comes from former Yugoslavia (28.000),
followed by Germany (14.000) and Turkey
(6.800). Around 1.200 asylum seekers live
in the Federal Province of Salzburg.
Imprint
Publisher: Provincial Government of Salzburg, Department for
Culture, Society, Generations, Salzburg, Schießstattstraße 2
Text: Mag. Franz Erwin Eiersebner
Chief Editor: Mag. Franz Erwin Eiersebner
Editor: Dr. MMag. Manfred Oberlechner
Graphics: Advertising Agency Huber-Gürtler
Photo credits: Maislinger, Ingram Publishing, SAGIS,
Archive Advertising Agency Gürtler, Projekt Photos,
© Robert Kneschke (alle Fotolia.com)
Revised: Dezember 2010
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Everyday life in
Austria
living, dwelling, shopping, working,...
With the entry into Austria, normal everyday life begins. Looking for work and a place to
stay is most important.
Attention should also be paid to the necessary „official visits“ like registration of place of
residence, changing the automobile registration, and, as the case may be, health insurance.
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General Information
...upon arrival in Austria - for some,
not much change, for others, almost everything
is completely different
A person who comes to
Austria and wishes to stay
permanently will by necessity need to first get to know
and directly involved with
this country. The person
who doesn´t speak the
German language or has no
community to fall back on
will have more difficulties
here or be more challenged.
Online-Info
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vantage of th
Also take ad
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Citizens Serv
.at
www.help.gv
The reasons why someone comes to Austria
are very different. There is the group of
those who come to Austria as asylum
seekers for reasons of political harassment.
They have quite another set of starting
factors than those who „move abroad“ for
economic reasons and usually take this step
with much consideration or even planning.
What is common to both is that they
usually have to build up a new existence
from nothing. It is precisely these beginning
stages which are the difficult stages.
There are also many people who come here
for the purpose of studying and then pull
up their tents again. Some do decide after
their study period to actually stay here for
good.
Integration policies concern themselves
most of all with all the demands and
interests of those people who wish to
develop a life-long perspective and life-long
plans permanently in Austria.
These policies face the challenge of supporting these people in such a way that
they are able to achieve a firm standing
community-wise, economically, socially and
individually and, in addition, feel at home
in this country. People feel at home when
they understand and are understood, when
they are recognized and respected.
We know from social research that people
feel more secure when they are wellinformed. This brochure is meant as a small
contribution to this end.
In this sense, take advantage of the rights
which you have as migrants. Use the many
non-governmental advisory centers which
are available to you, free of charge.
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Step by Step
…basics at first - concisely for the first weeks in Austria
Orientation
Moving house
When someone arrives in a foreign country, then
the first priority is orientation. Use your private
network for this most of all and then the appropriate advisory centers as well as the brochure
services of the Federal Province.
3more: page 30f.
By the third days following the move, at
the latest, one must register the change
of residence in the residential municipality. In addition, the automobile registration papers need to be revised.
3more: page 8 + 15
Finding a place to live
Social Coverage
Locating a place to stay is not always an easy
task especially in the city of Salzburg. The best
approach is still the housing advertisement
pages in the Salzburg daily newspapers and the
property options of the banks. 3more: page 8
The person pursuing legal employment
is simultaneously socially insured. That
means health, unemployment, pension
and accidence insurance.
3more: page 26 ff.
Looking for work
Driver´s license
The person who migrates from the EU area has
free access to the labor marketplace. Those
belonging to third country need a work permit
in addition to the visa.
3 more: page 9
Driver s licenses from outside the EEA are
valid in Austria for only 6 months. They
need to be re-issued.
3more: Page 16
German courses
Kindergarten / School
Migrants who do not speak adequate German
but who want to reside in Austria permanently
must sign the Integration Agreement, which
means supplying evidence of German proficiency by way of a test. 3more: page 21
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Compulsory attendance during the last
kindergarten year
9 years of compulsory school
3more: Page 13 and 24
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Housing
...finding a „roof over one´s head“ and paying
attention to „formalities“
Housing is found through
acquaintances, daily newspapers and residential building cooperatives. Before
signing the rental contract,
think not only about the
rent but all the other additional costs. Inform yourself
well.
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Immigrants who wish to live (or reside) in
Austria need a settlement or resident permit. This does not apply to those belonging
to the European Economic Area and Switzerland
For entering Austria, a visa may be required
depending on the country of origin. Tourist
visas do not entitle to take up employment.
Looking for housing. There are two options
in looking for lodging: advertisements from
the daily newspapers and lodgings from
residential building cooperatives.
The person renting an apartment will have
to sign a rental contract. The tenancy rights
advisory center of the Chamber of Commerce can assist in questions of tenants´
rights.
Registration verification. For the registration
of housing, one needs a form
(www.help.gv.at) with the signature of the
landlord or lady.
After registration, one is registered on-line
and receives registration verification.
Radio & TV. The person who installs a radio and a television in the household must
pay a fee to the GIS (Fee-Info-Service).
Those persons with marginal income can
ask for the fee to be waived. The application form is found at www.orf-gis.at .You
can get information at 0810 00 10 80 (at
local rate).
The person who wishes to install a SAT
satellite must have the agreement of house
management.
Registration obligation. Every time you
change your place of residence, you are obliged to report your new place of residence:
Where: Municipal Office for Housing
When: within three days (from taking up
residence)
How: with travel passport
In the city of Salzburg, registration for
housing is done at the Citizens´ Service
Center (Mirabell Palace) or Office of Registration at St.Julien-Strasse 20
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Leasing Agreement
...the law protects the tenant
The person who designs a leasing agreement should do it in such a way so that no
unnecessary risk is taken. That is why the
following facts should be known:
Short-term Agreement. In the case of a
temporary leasing agreement, the law
requires a minimum duration of three years.
This duration must be noted in the leasing
agreement. The landlord may not force
the tenant to sign a rental contract with a
duration of one year or two years. If a lease
with a short duration is signed nonetheless, then this agreement is automatically
considered a permanent agreement. This
protects the tenant.
However. Certain cases are excluded from
this protective time period:
1. Flats which are leased out by charitable
organizations,
2. Company housing,
3. Leasing agreements which do not last
longer than half a year,
4. Flats which are leased temporarily as a
secondary residence,
5. Flats in a house with one or two families.
Terminating an agreement. Tenants can
withdraw from a 3-year agreement. The
tenant has the right to terminate the leasing
agreement already after one year. He or
she must observe the 3-month termination
period.
Both agreement partners can terminate a
tenancy amicably at any time.
After 3 Years. If a leasing agreement is
neither dissolved nor renewed after the
contracted (3-year) period, it is automatically renewed for a further three years. If it
is not dissolved after another three years,
then it is valid for an indefinite period of
time. The tenant then has a permanent
lease agreement.
A landlord can dissolve a permanent agreement before the agreed-upon lease period
only for important reasons. Examples of an
important reason could be, for instant:
1. A tenant does not pay his or her rent
despite reminder.
2. The flat is being used in a clearly detrimental way.
3. The tenant no longer has need of the
flat.
4. The flat is passed on to another without
permission.
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Generally, leasing agreements are contracted for a
period of three years. This is
what the law provides - as
protection for the tenant.
The drawing up of leasing
agreements is subject to
fees.
Realtor fees
Beginning Sept
ember 1, 2010,
the
realtor fees am
ount to 2 month
s’
rent with rental
contracts of mor
e
than 3 years an
d unlimited contracts. Otherwis
e, a month´s re
nt.
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Accreditation
or the recognition of foreign-earned education
Vocational qualification
A person who wishes to work in Austria in a specific
profession needs to be qualified for this by completing
vocational education.
A professional qualification which was not earned in Austria will be accepted in Austria as a rule if the particular
education (school diploma, degree, studies):
a) was completed in a EEA state or in Switzerland and is
recognized or
b) formally accredited or authorized by an Austrian authority (accreditation).
This applies to Austrians and non-Austrians alike.
An accreditation is only then necessary and will only be
undertaken if the training for a profession or labor is obligatorily linked to having a degree or training credential.
What is the process?
The person who wishes to have his or her profession
accredited must provide all papers and documents in original or in legal or notarized form or, as the case may be,
translated by a legally authorized translator.
Various ministries, institutions and authorities have jurisdiction for the recognition process.
They offer detailed information at:
W secondary school diplomas and study degrees: www.bmukk.gv.at
Wp
rofessional credentials: www.bmwa.gv.at
Wp
rofessional credentials in health care professions: www.bmgfj.gv.at
Explanations of terms and for better
understanding
Accreditation is understood as the recognition of foreignearned examination results and diplomas. An equal
footing of educational degrees is established with the recognition. A recognition procedure is used with so-called
third-country citizens or courses of study.
In exceptional cases, a professional authorization may be
the result (EEA citizens, Swiss and privileged third-country
dependents).
To clarify
There are many vocations and occupations which may
be practiced without formal professional qualification or
education.
Advice:
AMS (0662) 88 83
VeBBAS Association (0662) 87 32 48 - 0
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Working
...in Austria, the residence and work permit
is required in advance
Immigrants who wish to
Within the EU and EEA (including Switzerland), citizens have the right to work in
Austria without a work permit. There are
transitory requirements for new EU citizens
(Bulgaria, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia,
Hungary) which have validity until 2011 or
as the case may be, 2013. That means that
persons from these countries need a work
permit or work concession.
work in Austria need two
„papers“:
the resident or settlement
authorization and the work
permit.
Persons eligible for asylum
do not need a work permit.
All other foreigners who wish to work in
Austria must fulfill certain requirements and
receive verification. The settlement authorization alone is not enough.
Migrants who wish to work as employees in
Austria in any case need
a) R
esident or, as the case may be,
settlement authorization and
b) W
ork permit (according to the Foreigner
Employment Act)
Jurisdiction. The decisions regarding applications of the Foreigner Employment Act
are made by the AMS (Arbeitsmarktservice
or Labor Market Service).The legal foundation for the authorization of foreign labor
force workers in the Austrian is the Foreign
Labor Act (AusIBG).
Self-employed. The person who wishes to
be self-employed or start a business can
obtain the necessary legal information from
the Chamber of Commerce.
Note: There are specific entrance requirements for key employees and seasonal
workers.
Accreditation. In Austria, certain professions (for instance, nursing) can only be
carried out with a vocational accreditation.
For this, see page 10.
Child care provision. Fathers and mothers
have the right to pursue a part-time job
until the child enters school. This provision
exists only if the company has more than
20 employees and the employment status
has lasted longer than three years.
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Legal work!
A person who w
entitled to soci
orks legally is
al insurance which is most im
portant in case
of illness. The
person who wor
ks
illegally is liabl
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and is not cove
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either.
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Educational Options
All Austrian school levels and school types
in an overview
Teachers Training
College
University
College
Vocational examination
11.
After vocational practice
Secondary and diploma
examination
13.
12.
University of Applied
Sciences
Secondary school
examination
Vocational
training high
school
Upper level
secondary
school
10.
9.
Institute for
kindergarten or
social pedagogy
18.
Vocational
training middle
schools
17.
Vocational apprenticeship and vocational
school (dual system)
PTS
2
BVJ
8.
16.
15.
3
14.
13.
General educational
high school
6.
New Middle school 1
Primary school upper
Level
5.
4.
3.
Elementary schools, primary schools
2.
1.
12.
Special schools
7.
11.
10.
9.
8.
7.
6.
Pre-school level (group, class)
School level
Compulsory schooling
Year of life
1
Model tests, 2 Polytechnic schools, 3 vocational preparatory year
There are specific educational options for children with disabilities and in need of special pedagogical assistance. After compulsory
schooling, there is a permeable system for pursuing higher qualifications. 3More about this at: www.bmukk.gv.at.
Note: In Austria, it is possible to learn about 260 trades (with a training duration of 2 to 4 years.)
Source: www.bmukk.gv.at (2010)
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School
...compulsory school is mandatory, secondary
schools are an option
The person who lives in
Austria has compulsory education. That
means that children must attend a school
for nine years from the age of 6 (compulsory school). The compulsory school consists
W said simply - of the attendance of:
W elementary schools, middle schools and
polytechnic or lower-level secondary
school,
W secondary schools, upper level or other
vocational training schools (4-5 years).
After compulsory education, other further
educational options are available.
Compulsory program. Parents are responsible to see that children attend school. They
can be punished in fact, if the children do
not go to school. A school year starts with
the beginning of September of each year.
Parents are notified in writing about the
compulsory education of their child and invited to the school with the child for a talk.
Attending school in Austria is free of charge. The only costs which incur are for the
children´s working materials and for school
events (for instance, outings).
In Austria, religious education is offered.
Parents can take their child out of religion
education. With 14, the pupil can take him
or herself out.
Austria for longer than 6
months is required to go to
school. This is called compulsory education. It lasts
nine years in any case.
Education. Parents are expected to enable
the further education of their children
(trade, technical college, university are examples) if they have the ability for this and
pursue their education ambitiously.
Apprentices receive apprentice compensation during their training.
School events. Besides instruction, schools
offer school ski courses, special week-long
courses... Encourage your children to take
part in these. It promotes the sense of
community at school and the integration of
your children.
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School service
Everything abou
t school and
ation can be fo
und at
www.landesschu
lrat.salzburg.at
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Studying at University
...at the end of a long educational road is the
UNI or the University of Applied Sciences
The universities are also
accessible for non-Austrian
citizens as long as they
fulfill the admittance
requirements.
German language competency is significant here as
The university is an important factor in advancing professionally parallel to vocational
training schools.
Tuition fees. Non-Austrian students are
required to pay tuition fees unless they have
equal status with Austrians.
Admittance. Admittance to a regular course
of study has the following prerequisites:
W general university-level qualification
W specific university-level qualification for the
chosen field of study
W German language competency
Tuition financial aid. Students receive a
scholarship when the parents have only a
marginal income and the students can give
evidence of academic progress. Foreigners,
asylum-eligible and those without nationality
who have equal status with Austrians also
receive a scholarship.
well.
The graduation degree (Matura) from a high
school serves as evidence for the general
university-level qualification for bachelor and
diploma study programs. Persons without
a graduation diploma, however, can take
an exam to qualify to study in a particular
program. Those who have specialized in a
trade have the option to take the vocational
graduation examination. The person who
wishes to pursue a doctoral program must
provide evidence of completing a Master´s or
diploma program.
If the applicant has earned a foreign title of
access, the equal status of this access title
in regards to one of Austrian titles of access
is to be examined and, as the case may be,
accredited.
3More about this at: www.bmwf.gv.at
Accreditation. It is also possible to have foreign degrees accredited. A foreign degree is
then considered equal to an Austrian degree.
ÖH. This is the abbreviation for the Austrian
Students Union. It is the representational
institution for students. This office offers
comprehensive information regarding study
programs and about social insurance for students. The ÖH in Salzburg can be found at:
Salzburg, Kaigasse 17
(0662) 80 44 - 6000
www.oeh-salzburg.at
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Vocational Training
Apprenticeship and occupational training
schools - all free of cost
About 40% of youth in Austria learn a
trade upon completion of their compulsory
schooling. At present, there are about 270
recognized vocations (see www.bmw.gv.at).
Attending a vocational training school is free
of charge.
Training for a vocational profession is an
option for all those who have completed
the 9-year-long compulsory schooling. The
person who doesn´t have a middle school
degree can go back and finish it. The AMS
has detailed information.
Vocational training - the
Vocational Schools. The apprenticeship takes
place in the company and in the vocational
school (dual training). The apprentice works
in the company and is a student simultaneously.
The training period has different lengths
depending on the vocational sector (2 to 4
years).
Young people who do not complete the vocational training can go after a partial qualification. The person who undergoes vocational
training receives apprentice compensation.
Chamber of Commerce will
Relevant vocational training completed
abroad can be accredited.
The following institutions provide support in
order to make the correct vocational choice:
apprenticeship or middle
and high schools - follows
the (9-year-long) compulsory schooling. The person
who comes from a foreign
country can have his or her
specialized training recognized. The AMS and the
assist further in this.
W Labor Market Service
W Chamber of Commerce
See list of addresses.
Full-time schooling. Besides the apprenticeship, vocational first-stage training can be
gained in full-time schools. These include
vocational training middle schools (as in
technical and trade specialized schools, commercial schools...) vocational training high
schools (as in commercial academies) and the
schools within the health care system.
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Apprentice
Information
Exchange
Online
www.wko.at/le
hrstellenboerse
www.berufsinf
o.at/lehre
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Auto and Job
...transportation for the commute
A person who needs his or
her car to reach the place
of employment can receive
financial aid.
Flat-rate allowance for commuters
The flat-rate allowance is applied for at the
Tax Authorities Office. The amount of flatrate allowance depends on the distance of
the commute.
Info: www.help.gv.at
The automobile commute
allowance
In addition to the flat-rate allowance for
commuters, persons who rely on an automobile to reach their place of work can
receive an automobile commute allowance.
This is applied for at the Federal Province of
Salzburg offices.
Info: www.salzburg.gv.at/soziales
Import from a foreign country
The person who changes his or her place
of residence from abroad to Austria and
has the permanent residence here must reregister his or her automobile in Austria. An
Austrian license plate will be issued to the
person involved.
The person who does not comply with
registration must expect an administrative
penalty. In addition, the license plate may
be removed on the spot.
Changing the address when
moving in Austria
The person who changes his or her place
of residence must change the automobile
registration within a week. This change is
taken care of by an insurance agency.
Changes of address within the district of
residency are without charge. In all other
cases, a new registration must take place.
There are fees for changing the registration
of the automobile.
Requirements for change of registration:
W a utomobile registration slip
W legal residency card
Driver´s license
Driver´s licenses from countries outside the
EEA are valid in Austrian for only 6 months.
They then need to be re-issued. In addition,
a practical driving test must be taken.
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Education, Culture, Sport
...a federal state with many opportunities
Culture, sport and adult education are
„capitalized“ in Austria. That means that
you are an important part of Austrian
social policies. Many of these activities are
supported by the Salzburg Federal State
and carried out and activated by cultural,
sports and educational organisations. The
culture of migrants has its place here too.
Check out the contacts and information at
the central offices. Many of the migration
organizations manage their own cultural
groups and preserve their own culture this
way in Austria. This was clearly evident in
2009 as well at the Cultural Festival in the
Mirabell Palace under the auspices of the
State (Department of Popular Culture).
Take advantage of the numerous opportunities for adults and adolescents offered by
the Alpine Clubs. More information: www.
alpenverein.at
You will find almost everything in a nutshell
in this section to make your free time more
exciting. Detailed information is not feasible
within this framework due to the sheer diversity and amount of options. Take advantage of the information on the homepage.
It´s important to say that the institutions
and opportunities are available for everyone
- active and passive.
Primary contact addresses
Cultural Department of the Federal State
Literature, exhibition, music, theater, film,
traditions, monument preservation, popular
culture, cultural initiatives...
Salzburg, Franziskanergasse 5a
(0662) 80 42 - 2067
[email protected] www.salzburg.gv.at
Adult Education in the Federal State
of Salzburg
Information about adult education institutions, public libraries, further education data
bank
Salzburg, Schiessstattstrasse 2
(0662) 80 42 - 56 10
[email protected]
http://bildung.salzburg.at
Sport - House of Sports Detailed information about competitive
sport, amateur sport, sport associations...
Wals-Siezenheim,
Oberst-Lepperdinger-Strasse 21
(0662) 8042 - 2524
[email protected]
Summary
Adult Education Institutions
More information: www.eb.salzburg.at
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There are many opportunities in the Federal State
of Salzburg in the area of
adult education and cultural
activities.
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Federal Province
and its people
8 million inhabitants in nine federal provinces
Austria is made up of nine federal provinces with a total of 8.1 million inhabitants. The capital of Austria is Vienna.
The Federal Province of Salzburg is one of
the nine federal provinces. It has 530.000
inhabitants.
Austria is a small country and stretches
along the eastern offshoots of the Alps.
The area amounts to around 84.000 square
kilometers. Austria has been a parliamentarian republic with 186 representatives in
Parliament since 1918. Prior to this, Austria
was an empire. In 1907, voting rights (for
men) were introduced. The right to vote
for women was introduced 10 years later
(1918). Austria joined the United Nations in
1955 and the EU in 1995.
Extensive information about
Austria and the political system can
be accessed at www.austria.gv.at.
In 2008, the segment of people with a
foreign place of birth and/or foreign
citizenship in the Salzburg Federal Province
was around 18%.
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The population with foreign
citizenship in Europe
Segment of the population with foreign citizenship
from the total population
0.0 – 2.4 %
2.5 – 4.9 %
5.0 – 9.9 %
10.0 – 14.9 %
15% and more
No data available
Source: Eurostat 2007
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Integration Agreement
Basis Requirement The integration agreement requires that non-EU country citizens have a good command of
the German language if they intend to reside in Austria permanently. For this reason, verification is required - at the A2 level of the European Qualifications Framework.
Those this concernsThe integration agreement only concerns non-EU country citizens who have arrived in Austria
after 1.1.2006. Those excluded from the integration agreement include:
W children who were not yet 14 years of age when the visa was issued,
W those persons by reason of their advanced age or their health condition,
W „key employees“ and their family members.
5-Year Time LimitVerification of the A2 language level is to be provided by presentation of a certificate (ÖIF or
ÖSD) within 5 years from when the certificate of identity is issued.
VerificationIt is not enough to attend a German language course. Verification of German language
knowledge at the A2 language level must be provided. This verification is not necessary with:
W compulsory school attendance (5 year minimum) and positive completion of the course for
„German“,
W positive completion of the course for „German“ at the A2 level at a foreign school.
Further exceptions are listed in § 14 Para 4 and 5 NAG.
VoucherConcerned persons and their relatives (marriage partners and children) may receive assistance
(a voucher for at least 50% of the course costs, a maximum of E 375.- and E 2,50 per
hour). The voucher must be redeemed within the time period.
More Information
www.integrationsfonds.at www.bmi.gv.at
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German Courses
Knowing the language is mandatory by law –
and essential for moving ahead professionally
The development of language is of decisive
importance for an active community and
intercultural life, for the contact to authorities, for moving ahead professionally and
for visits to the doctor. Language is thus
the key to integration and what opens the
doors. It facilitates the admission process
for professional training schools. The person
who masters the German language will not
need to give up any of his or her professional goals.
Integration Agreement. In addition, there
is the duty of learning the German language within five years for those persons
who wish to settle in Austria (Integrations
Agreement).
Assistance. For these reasons, there is an
extensive program to stimulate the process
of learning the German language for persons with migration background. Courses are
also provided for persons who can neither
read nor write (alphabetization courses).
The most important centers to find assistance are:
W Austrian Integration Fund (ÖIF) in the
context of the Integration Agreement
(offered as a voucher),
Good knowledge of
German, spoken and in
writing, is the key to
professional development
and integration in society.
The mastery of a language
is also important for the
W AMS (Labor Market Service) in connection with vocational advanced training,
W Federal State of Salzburg in the context
of the Education Check, the early education of the Kindergarten Section (Rucksack Projects) and the Migration Center
(how Mama learns German),
W Municipalities (mostly in cooperation
with adult education institutions).
Course Providers. German courses can be
attended within the free market as well as
from the adult education institutions (like
the Adult Education Center and Salzburg
Educational Institute, WIFI, bfi) independent of the assistance. Be aware of possible
differences in price and quality.
The complete list of providers can be found
on the homepage:
www.salzburg.gv.at/migration
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self-confident interaction in
daily life.
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Becoming
an adult
Fully responsible for
business transactions
Free discretion on
things one is entrusted
with
Making promises
which are to ones
advantage
Legal transactions
which are typical for
the age dealing with
insignificant daily
routine matters
From birth
Free discretion on ones
own income
Free discretion on
ervice rendered
Religious freedom of
choice
From the age of 7
From the age of 14
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Taking independent
action
..already, in some cases, at the age of 14
Children under 18 cannot decide for
themselves without the declared or implied
permission of their parents (legal guardian). They are represented by their parents.
When children enter business agreements
regardless, these can be retracted by their
parents.
The legal capability of children/adolescents
is decided according to their age. If they
are not legally capable, they require a legal
representative.
Children less than 7 years of age
Children less than 7 years of age are not
legally capable - with the exception of
transactions typical for their age.
Children between 7 and 14
Children are not legally capable at this age.
An exception would be legal transactions
which are typical for the age in insignificant
daily routine matters (like buying a snack).
They may, however, make a promise which
is to their advantage. Additionally, children
from the age of 14 may take independent
action in court. They are able to appeal
to the court themselves in cases of strife
within the family - especially in questions of
child-raising and education. Neither lawyer
nor money is required for this.
Children between 14 and 18
The regulations for children up to 14 apply
to adolescents between 14 and 18. Besides
these, adolescents are allowed to make
independent decisions. Among these are:
1. With things given to them to do with as
they wish (i.e. books),
2. their income from their job, as long as
their livelihood is not put at risk,
3. the signing of employment contracts like
summer jobs (excepting apprenticeship
contracts),
4. managing ones own bank account,
5. determining their outlook on life (religion)
In general, one is considered to have come of legal
age with the 18th birthday.
However, children already
decide many things for
themselves at 14.
Adolescents 18 and older
At 18, a person comes of age - with all the
rights and responsibilities.
Adolescents are allowed to marry at 18 without parental consent. A person can
only marry at 16 when the future marriage
partner is already 18. A minor partner,
however, needs the consent of the court
and the parents. Parental consent can be
superseded by the court when there are no
justifiable objections.
It should be observed that an agreement
added to the marital contract is only possible if the subject is legally permissible and
certified by a notary.
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Protection of
minors
Adolescents m
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without an acco
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until 11 P.M,
and until 12 m
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Child Care
...infant daycare, kindergartens, daycare centers for the compatibility of family and employment
Institutions for the care of
children are important for
parents and children.
Parents can go about
earning an income easier.
Children learn the German
language playfully.
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Attendance in a child care institution is especially important for the social development
and preparation for attending school. For
children with a non-German native language,
attending kindergarten facilitates the learning
of the German language in a creative way.
See the pamphlet: „One Child, Two Languages“.
Opportunities. Salzburg has a highly developed network of institutions for children and
youth. Some of these institutions are:
W Infant care centers (1 - 3 years)
W Kindergartens (3 - 6 years)
W Day parents (1 - 16 years)
W Groups for school children
W Mixed-age groups
W Youth centers (from about 14 years)
There are kindergartens in practically every
municipality of the federal province.
Information material. The city of Salzburg
offers an overview of all the child care institution including the fees and reductions in the
brochures: „Little child – where do you go?“
and „Child Care“.
Register. On the federal provincial homepage (www.salzburg.gv.at) you can find a
list of all the child care institutions including
opening hours.
Fees. The last year of kindergarten before
compulsory school is free of charge for 20
hours, but also mandatory to this extent.
Registration. Registration for a child care
space usually takes place in the spring of a
year (February/March). Ask at your local
municipality about options and costs of child
care.
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Social Security
Social insurance and social assistance, family and resident building grant...
Austria is a social state. That means that person are insured against the most common
and severe crises in life (illness, unemployment, accident, old age/pension) with a mandatory insurance. In addition, there are many family-promoting state benefits.
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Social Security
…with a strong social insurance, family
support and social aid
In principle, every citizen,
whether Austrian or a
person eligible for asylum
is responsible to take care
of his or her own costs of
living. In emergency cases,
the state provides insurance
coverage, assistance and
social coverage - as a kind
of social protection.
Brochures
all
description of
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Austria is a social state. That means social
risks in life (unemployment, illness, accident,...) one is legally and thus governmentally insured. It works this way: the worker
who earns more than E 374,02 (2011) per
month is automatically insured against illness, accident, pension and unemployment.
That explains why one does not need to
do anything about this since the employer
must take care of all the necessary formalities. Marriage partners and children are
included in the insurance coverage without
making extra payments.
The person who earns less than the above
amount is able to insure him or herself
more reasonably.
Basic insurance. Those persons who are not
able to support themselves on their own
can receive basic insurance. This is only
made available to persons who have limited
income and do not possess assets.
Comprehensive information is offered by
the online-expert: www.bmask.gv.at as well
as the District Authority or, in some cases,
the Salzburg Magistrate.
Applications for basic insurance can also be
submitted to the unemployment office.
Housing assistance. There is the possibility in Austria for those with low income
recipients to receive „housing assistance“
(Federal Province of Salzburg, Housing
Assistance)
Contact address:
Salzburg, Fanny-v-Lehnert-Str. 1
(0662) 80 42 - 0
Family benefits. In addition to the previously mentioned benefits, families with
migration background have the following
family-related benefits, provided they have
children - from birth until the completion
of the vocational education of the children.
These include primarily:
WC
hild care assistance
W F amily assistance
W E ducational assistance
WT
ax advantages like a child deductible
W S ole-provider deductible
W S ole-parent deductible
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Health Issues
...a person who is sick will be treated even those who have no money
The person who is legally employed in Austria and earns more than E 374,02 (2011)
a month is health insurance. This is because
a portion of every employee´s salary is
automatically deducted for health and accident insurance. The „formalities“ are taken
care of by the employer so that one doesn´t
really have to do much about it oneself. As
soon as one is insured, one has claim to all
benefits of health and accident insurance.
A person is immediately given the so-called
„e-card“ with which one claims the benefits. Children are insured along with their
parents. A marriage partner is also insured
without a fee if children are being cared for
in the household. They receive their own
e-card.
Treatment of illness. The person who is sick
and needs a doctor will be treated free of
cost. For this, one must present the e-card.
This should generally always be in ones
possession.
In choosing a doctor, be aware that not
every doctor is able to charge the treatment to the health insurance agency. The
health insurance agency does not pay for
every service. You will have to pay certain
treatment yourself. Please ask your doctor
before being treated.
Medication. A deductible (E 5,10) is
required with every medication - the
only exceptions are persons with marginal
income. These persons are able to apply to
the health insurance agency for a waiver of
the prescription fee.
A person who is sick goes
Immunizations. A person who wants more
information about immunizations besides
the ones in the mother-and-child pass
should refer to www.bmfg.at.
costs are covered by the
General practitioner and specialist. The
person who is sick first goes to the general
practitioner (also known as practical doctor). If necessary, he or she will refer you
to a specialist (like skin doctor, eye doctor,
gynecologist) or to the hospital. The general
practitioner is available without prior appointment during practice opening hours - with a
specialist, one has to make an appointment.
Emergency. When there is an emergency,
patients can go directly to the hospital
without being transferred first.
Psychotherapy. There are specific regulations for psychotherapeutic treatment.
Address your questions directly to the
health insurance agency.
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to the general practitioner
first. He or she is the one
who decides if a specialist
needs to be consulted. The
insurance. Medication is not
free of charge.
General health information
is offered by the GIZ of the
Regional Health Insurance
Agency.
Attention
Giving the e-ca
insurance slip to
is criminal and
rd and health
someone else
results in paying
punitive damag
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Expecting a baby
…Maternity leave and maternity allowance eight weeks before and after the birth
In the province of Salzburg,
99% give birth in a hospital. There is also the option
of an ambulant birth with
an earlier discharge.
A person who wants to deliver in hospital
should register at hospital in the 6th month
of pregnancy. This is not compulsory, however. In Austria it is possible for the father to
be present at the birth of the child. The mother is allowed to have the newborn with
her all the time or part of the day. Mothers
who wish to give their child up for adoption
can also have their child anonymously.
Employment ban. Women are not permitted in any case to work during the last eight
weeks before delivery and eight weeks after
the birth.
Maternity allowance. During the time of
the employment ban, women receive the
so-called maternity allowance. The amount
of maternity allowance is determined by the
average salary over the last three months.
Those who are self-insured (with marginal
employment) receive E 7.91 (2010) per
day.
Mother-Child-Pass. In Austria, an examination program is offered free of charge
during the time of pregnancy (from the
16th week of pregnancy to the 25th month
of life). The results are written down in the
Mother-Child-Pass. An immunization pass is
also part of the Mother-Child-Pass.
A mother receives the Mother-Child-Pass
from her doctor at the time of the first examination in the 16th week of pregnancy.
Financial aid. With the birth of a child, the
parents receive family financial aid and a
child care stipend (for the youngest child).
Note: The child care stipend is available in
the full amount only when the MotherChild-Pass examinations are completed.
More about this in the brochure: „ParentChildTarifs“ and „BabyPamphlet“.
Parent Counseling Center. With the birth
of a child, you will - already at the hospital
- receive every kind of information that you
need from the Parent Counseling Center.
First off, however: when a child is born, he
or she is given a birth certificate. This is issued by the office of the municipal in which
the child is born.
Family Counseling. A person who wishes
support in partnership and parenting questions can take advantage of the Federal
Province Family Counseling Center free of
charge.
More Page 31.
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Addresses
It just takes a knock on the door or a call
Brochures are only able to inform. True assistance is mostly found at the counseling centers and funding agencies. This is where one can also find all the crisis centers and crisis
help lines, just in case. These centers work for their customers free of charge.
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Crisis Help lines
.. when it´s urgent
In principle, every citizen,
whether Austrian or a
person eligible for asylum,
is responsible to take care
of his or her own costs of
living. In emergency cases,
the state provides insurance
Violence Protection Center
0 800 222 555
around the clock in several languages
www.haltdergewalt.at/frauenhelpline/
Emergency number for women
(0662) 88 11 00
Mon., Tues., 9 - 11 A.M., Wed. 2 - 7 P.M.,
Thurs. 6 - 9 P.M.
[email protected]
coverage, assistance and
social coverage - as a kind
of social protection.
Center of protection against violence
(0662) 870 100
[email protected]
Info-Center-Salzburg
Salzburg, St.-Julien-Straße 20
(in the Kiesel Building, 3rd upper level)
(0662) 80 72 – 32 30, 32 31
[email protected]
Emergency
numbers
ent 122
Fire Departm
Police 133
scue 144
Emergency re
kids-line
0 810 234 123
free of charge from landline, 10 cents from
cell phone, daily 1 - 9 P.M.
[email protected]
Crisis Intervention
City of Salzburg
(0662) 43 33 51
Pongau (064 12) 200 33
around the clock
[email protected]
[email protected]
möve- sexually-abused children
0 800 80 80 88
[email protected]
Emergency number for the hearingimpaired
0 800 133 133
Text message and fax emergency number
Victim emergency number
0 800 112 112 around the clock
www.opfernotruf.at
Ö3 - worry number
0 800 600 607 around the clock
www.orf.at
Get help fast - for kids
147 around the clock (free of charge)
Pregnant and in need
0 800 300 370
around the clock
[email protected]
Pregnant and desperate
0 800 53 99 35
around the clock
[email protected]
[email protected]
Telephone counseling
142 around the clock
www.ts142.at
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Authorities
...and public services
AMS Labor Market Service
Employment facilitating, information on
employment, ensuring survival during
unemployment (unemployment stipend,
welfare assistance) professional qualification
Salzburg (0662) 88 83
Bischofshofen (064 62) 28 48
Hallein (062 45) 80 4 51
Zell am See (065 42) 73 1 87
Tamsweg (064 74) 84 84
www.ams.at
[email protected]
Addresses: page 22
Social Agencies
Advice in questions of governmental assistance in the social welfare offices of the
district supervisory centers and the city of
Salzburg
Flachgau (0662) 81 80 - 5905
Lungau (064 74) 65 41 - 6504
Pinzgau (065 42) 7 60 - 6712
Pongau (064 12) 61 01 - 6204
Stadt-Salzburg (0662) 80 72 - 32 30
or 32 31
Tennengau (062 45) 7 96 - 6014
www.salzburg.gv.at
Addresses: page 26
Federal Province of Salzburg
Residential building grants
Salzburg, Fanny-v-Lehnert-Straße 1
(0662) 80 42 - 37 05
www.salzburg.gv.at
Federal Province of Salzburg –
Family Counseling
Counseling Line: (0662) 87 12 27
Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri. 10 - 12 A.M.
Mon. - Wed.
2 - 3 P.M.
Tues.
5 - 7 P.M.
Legal Advice, Thurs.
2 - 4 P.M.
In the information centers
By prior telephone appointment
(0662) 80 42 - 54 21
City of Salzburg, Schwarzstraße 21
Flachgau, Neumarkt, Mattsee
Tennengau, Hallein
Pongau, Bischofshofen, St. Johann
Pinzgau, Mittersill, Saalfelden, Zell/See
Lungau, St. Michael, Tamsweg
Gynecological Clinic,
Müllner Hauptstraße 48
Exact times and locations at
www.salzburg.gv.at/themen
[email protected]
At the regional courthouses
City of Salzburg Tues. 8 - 12 A.M.
Hallein
Tues. 9 - 11 A.M.
St. Johann
Tues. 8 - 10 A.M.
Zell am See
Tues. 9 - 11 A.M.
In der first-love-ambulanz
Gynecological Clinic,
Müllner Hauptstraße 48
Mon. 4 - 7 P.M: (no prior appointment
needed)
(0662) 44 82 - 25 08
Zell am See Hospital
Wed. 3:30 - 5:30 P.M.
(065 42) 777 - 25 10
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Education Sub
sidy
Federal Province
of Salzburg
Salzburg, Rainer
strasse 27
(0662) 80 42 -
www.salzburg.
36 07
gv.at/soziales
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Advice on Migration
…see the brochure „gut beraten“
Afro-Asian Institute
Information for students from
Africa and Asia, Salzburg,
Wiener-Philharmoniker-Gasse 2
(0662) 84 14 13 – 12
Mon. - Thurs. 9 A.M. - 1 P.M.
www.aai-salzburg.at
BiBER Education Information Service
also for migrants of all ages
Salzburg, Imbergstraße 2 (CORSO)
(0662) 87 26 77 – 22
Hallein, Mauttorpromenade 8
(062 45) 700 50 80
Bischofshofen, Kinostraße 7a
0664 170 43 38
Radstadt, Stadtplatz 16
0664 170 43 38
Saalfelden, Leoganger Straße 1
0650 62 111 78
Mittersill, Lendstraße 14a
0650 62 111 78
Tamsweg, Friedhofstraße 6
0660 65 30 145
www.biber.salzburg.at
B.I.K. - Supervisory School Authority
in Salzburg
Information, advice and coordination
regarding issues of schooling for parents with migration background
Salzburg, Mozartplatz 6
(0662) 80 72 – 29 61
www.stadt-salzburg.at
Office for Equal Opportunity
Regional attorney for non-discrimination issues for Salzburg, Tyrol and
Vorarlberg, Innsbruck, Leipziger Platz 2
(0512) 34 30 32
[email protected] www.bmfg.gv.at
Federal Provincial Office for Women´s
Affairs and Equal Opportunity
Women Promotion and Equal Opportunity, legal advice in all municipalities
Salzburg, Michael-Pacher-Straße 28
Salzburg (0662) 80 42 - 40 41, 40 42
Abtenau (0662) 90 42 - 34 05
Altenmarkt (064 52) 67 92
Bischofshofen (064 62) 61 80
Bürmoos (062 74) 600 3
Hallein (0662) 88 07 23 - 11
Zell am See (065 42) 73 0 48
Tamsweg (064 74) 82 73 - 19
www.salzburg.gv.at/frauen
[email protected]
Self-help-groups
Salzburg, Engelbert-Weiß-Weg 10
(0662) 88 890 - 18 00
Jeden Di - Fr 8 - 11 Uhr
www.selbsthilfe-salzburg.at
IBF – Intervention Center
for those impacted by trafficking in
women, Vienna, Floragasse 7a
(01) 7 96 92 98
www.lefoe.at
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Asociaton Menschen.Leben
Supplier of german courses ore
asylum-seekers
Bad Vöslau, Hauptstraße 38
(0222 52) 508 248 12
[email protected]
Coordination Offices
Federal Province of Salzburg
Department of Migration
Dr. MMag. Manfred Oberlechner
Mag. (FH) Jehona Ramadani
Salzburg, Fanny-v-Lehnert-Straße 1
(0662) 80 42 – 36 74
[email protected]
City of Salzburg
Information, advice and projects
for migrants
Mag. Daiva Döring
Salzburg, Schloss Mirabell
(0662) 80 72 – 22 96
[email protected]
stadt-salzburg.at
City of Hallein
www.
menschen-lben.at
Information
and advice for migrants
Mag. Gerlinde Ulucinar Yentürk
5400 Hallein, Schöndorferplatz 1
0664 45 41 071
[email protected]
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Federal Province School Authority
School information for migrants
Salzburg, Mozartplatz 10
(0662) 80 83 – 3013
www.landesschulrat.at
LEFÖ – Latin American migrants
Information - Education - Mentoring
Vienna, Kettenbrückengasse 15
(01) 58 11 88 1 www.lefoe.at
ÖAD – Austrian Academic Exchange
Service
Information for foreign students
Salzburg, Akademiestraße 20/2
(0662) 80 44 – 49 00
[email protected]
Orient Express
Women information service and specific advice related to forced marriage and female
circumcision
Vienna, Hillerstraße 6
(01) 7 28 97 25
www.orientexpress-wien.com
Austrian Integration Fund
Information center for asylum-entitled
persons
Salzburg, Kranzlmarkt 1
(0662) 80 72 - 22 93
every Thurs. 9:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.
(upon appointment)
www.integrationsfonds.at
Forum Family Federal Province of Salzburg
Center for Family Activities
www.salzburg.gv.at/forumfamilie
W Flachgau 0664 82 84 238
Elixhausen, Untergrubstraße 3
W Tennengau 0664 85 65 527
Hallein, Mauttorpromenade 8
W Pongau 0664 82 84 237
St. Johann, Hauptstraße 67
W Pinzgau 0664 82 84 179
Zell am See, Saalfeldnerstraße 10
W Lungau (064 74) 82 73 - 14
Tamsweg, Hatheyergasse 2
Stop FMG
Austrian platform against
female genital mutilation
Vienna, Schenkenstraße 8
(01) 401 10 – 36 35 www.stopfgm.net
VeBBAS
Public employment-related advice for
foreigners including advice on achieving
academic recognition
(0662) 87 32 48 – 0 www.vebbas.at
V.I.E.L.E.
Information for foreigners in the context of
intercultural education
Salzburg, Rainerstraße 27
(0662) 870 211 www.verein-viele.at
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Settlement
regarding settlem
ent
requirements
Hotline
(01) 53 126 35
57
www.bmi.gv.at
www.salzburg.
gv.at/th
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Glossary
AK - Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber of Commerce represents all employees with
employment-related issues.
GKK - Regional Social Health
Insurance
Social Insurance
The person who is not independently
employed is insured by the GKK except those with marginal employment.
Those persons who are employed
are required to make compulsory
insurance payments. In return, they
receive compensation for unemployment, sickness, Occupational injury...
Elementary School
Accreditation
Everyone must go to elementary
school. These are the first four school
years (beginning with the 6th year
of life.)
Accreditation is the formal recognition of vocational training or an educational program which was completed
in another country.
District Supervisory Center
Municipal Office
Social Welfare Office
The district supervisory center is responsible for regional administration
tasks. This includes, for instance,
social assistance, driver´s license.
The administration of the Salzburg
city community is called the municipal office.
This is the department which decides
about the claims for basic insurance
and welfare.
BIZ
Secondary school
UNI
After elementary school, one can
attend secondary school. This is completed by passing the Matura (secondary school examination) and then
one can attend university without
further entrance exams.
It is only possible to enroll at the UNI
(University) if a person has a secondary school degree or admissions
authorization.
Social Assistance
Residential Building Cooperatives
as a rule rent and sell state-supported
housing.
AMS
The AMS (Arbeitsmarktservice or Labor Market Service) offers support to
people looking for employment like
information on jobs, work connections, financial payments in case of
unemployment.
The BIZ is the vocational information
center of the AMS.
Third countries
All countries which are not part of
the EEA including Switzerland are
considered third countries.
GIZ
Insuring survival for Austrians, EU
citizens and recognized refugees.
The GIZ is the health information
center of the Regional Health Insurance Agency.
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Cooperatives
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Notes
Further Infos: www.help.gv.at
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4. Wednesday of the month: English - German
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97,3
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EINE REDAKTIONSGRUPPE VON FRAUEN, DIE NACH SALZBURG ZUGEWANDERT SIND, GESTALTET JEDEN MITTWOCH EINE ZWEISPRAAN EDITORIAL GROUP OF WOMEN WHO MIGRATED TO SALZBURG PRODUCE A BILINGUAL BROADCAST EVERY WEDNESDAY WITH INFORMATION AND
CHIGE SENDUNG MIT INFORMATION UND UNTERHALTUNG FÜR NEO-SALZBURGERINNEN. DIE REDAKTIONSGRUPPE FREUT SICH ÜBER
ENTERTAINMENT FOR NEO-SALZBURG WOMEN: THE EDITORIAL GROUP WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS AND LANGUAGE VARIETIES! (send an E-Mail to:
NEUE MITGLIEDER UND SPRACHVERSIONEN! (E-Mail an: [email protected]). WEITERE INFOS UND ALLE SENDUNGEN ZUM
[email protected]). FURTHER INFO AND THE ENTIRE BROADCASTS CAN BE LISTENED TO AT: willkommen.radiofabrik.at
NACHHÖREN AUF: willkommen.radiofabrik.at
The Radiofactory - Language Diversity on Air
Die Radiofabrik – Sprachenvielfalt on Air
Create a radio broadcast in your language! Broadcasts can be heard at the Radiofabrik
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Auf denisFrequenzen
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frequency
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EverySendungen in
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broadcast is designed, produced and moderated by people „like you and me“. Visit a
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anything besides advertising is allowed... Program and information: Radiofabrik Verein Freier
Radiofabrik - Verein Freier Rundfunk Salzburg, Josef-Preis-Allee 16, 5020 Salzburg, Tel: 0662-84 29 61.
Rundfunk Salzburg, Josef-Preis-Allee 16, 5020 Salzburg, Tel: 0662-84 29 61.
VIELFALT IST KULTUR
DIVERSITY IS CULTURE
VARIEDAD ES CULTURA
COK CESITLIK KÜLTÜR´DÜR
RAZNOLIKOST JE KULTURA
VARIETÀ È CULTURA