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Should I leave Ukraine: programmer Sergei Kovalev about moving to Denmark.
Ukrainian programmer Sergei Kovalev has two years as he moved with his wife to Denmark, lives and works in Copenhagen. About the decision to leave Ukraine does not regret, and believes that the motivation for the move for Ukrainian professionals should always be wider than the “big race” for money, then there is less chance of disappointment. In his case, the impetus for the move was not only the proposed position in the development center, but the desire to change the quality of life in those aspects that are inaccessible in Kiev.
Have you moved to a higher position?
Now the official review term has been reduced to 1 month, but this is not an obligation, but a service goal of the migration service.
Everything looks simple enough, but, perhaps, there were some “reefs” of moving and registering for work, devices in another country?
try not to return.
You have been working abroad for two years already. Can you compare the work in Kiev and Copenhagen, the main pros and cons?
the attitude really is, especially in companies where all engineering work is outsourced.
Could you tell us a little about how the move was organized? With what difficulties did you come across, what happened easily and quickly?
this is done from Ukraine. These are all tangible benefits of European integration.
Are there any difficulties with which family professionals come across when moving?
What is a permanent residence permit, what does it give?
expiration of the term or change of place of work.
Now how do you assess your decision to move? I understand, do not regret it. What was the purpose of your move and how much can you say that you achieved it?
30 – to the field where cows and horses graze, and the openness of borders. You can continue this list for a long time.
life in another country is something that is not there, and do not appreciate what is really there.
What will you advise those Ukrainian specialists who only weigh this decision: to move or not to move to live and work in another country?
And many of your friends “IT specialists” would like to leave Ukraine?
The visa wall aggravates the situation. There is a sense of isolation. As if you were thrown one on one with these orcs from the party of one region and their voters, and so you want to escape – no matter where, it’s important where.