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MIGRANTID Certificate

The Migrant ID is a certificate that enables consuls and employers to quickly and accurately process a candidate's application. To obtain the document, a candidate must provide a complete set of documents for verification and undergo an online interview. Based on the results of these actions, an electronic document is issued, which is based on two types of assessment and their sum.

Evaluation System for Issuing Work Invitations (ESIWI) OBJECTIVE

Introduction: The Evaluation System for Issuing Work Invitations (ESIWI) was developed to provide a standardized and objective way to evaluate applications for vacancies. It is based on several key criteria known to be indicators of an applicant's reliability and intentions.

Methodology: ESIWI assigns points across a range of categories. The maximum number of points an applicant can score is 100. The absence of any negative indicators (e.g., criminal record) may result in points being deducted.
Each category was selected based on its presumed relevance for determining an applicant's potential risk or reliability. The weight of each category is based on its assumed relative importance.

Criteria and Assessment:
- Criminal Record Check: The absence of a criminal record suggests the applicant complies with laws and behavior norms.
- Health Condition: Health status can affect the applicant's ability to adapt and interact in a new environment.
- Proof of Financial Solvency: Financial solvency indicates the applicant's reliability and ability to support themselves.
- Foreign Passport: The passport's validity period indicates the applicant's planning and responsibility.
- Education: The level of education may correlate with adaptive abilities and integration potential.
- Proof of Qualification: Confirms the applicant's professional training.
- Work Experience: Work experience reflects the applicant's skills and stability.
- Languages and Their Proficiency: Language knowledge is associated with adaptation and communication skills.
- Foreign Work Experience: Work experience abroad may indicate adaptive abilities.
- Marital Status, Children: Marital status can affect stability and intentions to stay.

Conclusion: ESIWI provides employers with a clear and systematized structure for evaluating job applications. However, like any system, it should be used in combination with professional judgment and intuition.

Subjective Candidate Evaluation System (SCES)

Introduction: The SCES was developed to offer a structured and diplomatic way to assess a candidate's personal and professional qualities based on the interview. This system allows for observations and impressions by the interviewing officer without introducing personal biases.
Methodology: The SCES is based on five key criteria. The maximum number of points a candidate can score is 50. For each criterion, three assessment levels are provided, intuitive and allow making a subjective conclusion without offensive or discriminatory wording.

Criteria and Assessment:
- Interaction with the interviewer: Assessing the candidate's ability to communicate and establish contact.
- Goal-setting: Assessing the clarity and specificity of the candidate's intentions.
- Openness to new experiences: How open the candidate is to new tasks and quick to adapt.
- Development of professional skills: The candidate's activity and aspiration towards professional growth.
- Overall impression: The cumulative perception of the candidate based on the entire interview.
Conclusion: The SCES provides an intuitively understandable tool for evaluating candidates, allowing for objectification of impressions post-interview. However, it is important to remember that no system can fully replace professional judgment and intuition. The SCES should be used as an additional tool, not the sole criterion for assessment.

Cumulative Score and Its Significance

Overview: The cumulative score represents a combination of points earned by the candidate from two systems: The Evaluation System for Issuing Work Invitations (ESIWI) and the Subjective Candidate Evaluation System (SCES). This combined score provides a complete and balanced overview of the candidate's qualifications, as well as personal and professional qualities identified during the interview.
Methodology: The maximum number of points for ESIWI is 100, and for SCES — 50. Thus, the maximum number of points a candidate can score is 150.

Comprehensive analysis: The cumulative score offers a deep understanding of the candidate's qualifications, considering their professional experience, education, financial stability, and personal qualities.
Standardization: The system allows comparing candidates on an equal footing, minimizing bias and dependence on the interviewer's personal opinion.

Decision on the invitation: The cumulative score can be used as a deciding factor when choosing a candidate for a vacancy. Candidates with high scores may be considered more preferable for invitation.

Conclusion: The cumulative score provides an objective and balanced way to evaluate potential candidates. It combines formal and personal aspects of the candidate's profile, offering a more comprehensive understanding of their suitability for the vacancy.

Why the Job Invitation is Free

Job invitations from internationals companies are free in accordance with the law. Companies recognize the value of properly and professionally prepared documents provided by the Migrant ID program and prefer to work with candidates who have undergone a thorough and standardized process.


The salary depends on the country where you will be working and your position. You will be provided with a multi-visa valid for one year, allowing multiple trips. By agreement with the employer, you can apply for a residence permit (RP), which gives you the opportunity to bring your family. In the case of working in the UK, the contract is for 6 months.

In European countries:
- The annual salary for entry-level staff ranges from €12,000 to €25,000
- The annual salary for a specialist ranges from €18,000 to €45,000

In Bulgaria:
- The annual salary ranges from €7,000 to €12,000

In the UK:
- The salary for 6 months (seasonal work) is up to £15,000

USA and Canada:

- The annual salary for entry-level staff ranges from $25,000 to $120,000 

Please note that these figures may vary depending on the specific employer and contract conditions.

Who can participate in the program

Currently, citizens from the following countries are eligible to participate in the program: Azerbaijan, Armenia,
Bangladesh, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Philippines, Ethiopia, South Africa, of any gender, aged between 18–55 years, who are physically healthy.

Investments for a working trip

After receiving a job invitation, candidates need to pay for the following services:
- Consular fee, which varies by country, from €80 to €309.
- Visa insurance, ranging from €90 to €350, depending on the country.
- Airfare, costing between €50 and €500.

The total investment will approximately be from €500 to €1200, depending on the country of employment. These service costs are estimates and may vary, so it's advisable to check the official websites for the most accurate information.

* Some employers reimburse the cost of the flight after a month of work.


MIGRANTID is an international program standardizing the labor migration process for citizens of countries such as Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, India, Indonesia, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Philippines, Ethiopia, and South Africa. The project, developed by the International Migrant Advocacy Bureau (IMAB), is based on the principles of the UN Conventions and believes in the right of every individual to have their professional skills and knowledge recognized regardless of borders.

We are not a recruitment agency; we do not hire or engage in job placement. Instead, we bridge understanding and transparency, facilitating the process for labor migrants to directly connect with vetted internationals companies.

Service Fee

We do not conduct commercial activities. The Service Fee of $25 is paid directly to the service provider and is charged for document processing, translation of documents into the employer's language, video communication via the internet, postal services, resource booking, and data storage. The invitation for employment is issued by the employer at their own expense. The Service Fee is non-refundable.

ATTENTION! Applications for participation in the program can be submitted no more than once every 180 days.

How to Contact Us

Due to the high volume of incoming traffic, we are unable to answer audio and video calls. We respond to all inquiries submitted via email at post@migrantid.org.

All program participants undergo an online interview (video conference) and have the opportunity to ask any questions personally.

The main default communication channel for the program is Telegram. Download Telegram


Your documents, specialization, work experience, and language skills will determine in which country and for which position you may qualify. Here are the countries we work with: England, Bulgaria, Hungary, Germany, Italy, Canada, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, USA, Finland, France, Czech Republic, Sweden, Estonia. Please note that this information might change depending on the current demand and availability of vacancies.


Rebar Worker, Bartender, Driller, Bus Driver, Truck Driver, Car Driver, Special Equipment Driver (tractor, loader, etc.), Electroplater, Miner, Loader, Meat Plant Worker, Insulator, Bricklayer, Order Picker, Confectioner, Roofer, Foundry Worker, Painter-Plasterer, Nail Technician, Shoe Repair Specialist, Crane Operator, Mechanic, Dishwasher, Ventilation System Installer, Installer, Water Treatment Plant Operator, Laser Equipment Operator, Printing Equipment Operator, Milling Machine Operator, Plastic Processing Operator, Packaging Operator, Press Equipment Operator, Production Line Operator, Machine Operator, Drying Equipment Operator, Chemical Production Operator, Waiter, Hairdresser, Shepherd, Baker, Carpenter, Chef, Chef's Assistant, Doorman or Concierge, Auto Factory Worker, Cannery Worker, Logging Worker, Cosmetics Production Worker, Bakery Worker, Food Production Worker, Cable Production Worker, Zoo Animal Caretaker, Poultry Farm Worker, Warehouse Worker, Tobacco Production Worker, Textile Production Worker, Greenhouse Worker, Livestock Farm Worker, Dairy Plant Worker, Leather and Fur Production Worker, Footwear Production Worker, Construction Worker, Glass or Ceramic Production Worker, Asphalt Layer, Gardener or Park Worker, Household Appliance Assembler, Toy Assembler, Furniture Assembler, Watch Assembler, Electronics Assembler, Welder, Mechanical Locksmith, Joiner, Lathe Operator, Tractor Driver, Pipefitter, Cleaning Staff, Harvest Cleaner, Packer, Bread Slicer, Grinder, Electrician, Welding Technician, and others...

Where you will live

Your accommodation will be arranged by the employer. You will be placed in comfortable hostels with necessary amenities, including hot water and a fully equipped kitchen. Typically, a room accommodates 2 to 4 people, but separate rooms are available for couples.

Processing Time

The processing time varies depending on several factors, including the speed at which you gather the necessary documents - for which we provide a period of 30 days. After the verification and translation, your documents are sent directly to the employer, who reviews them within 4–6 weeks. The time it takes to issue an invitation depends on the country and the job vacancy and can range from 30 days to 5 months. Overall, the entire process fits within a 6-month timeframe.

Application Canceled, What to Do

If the application is annulled due to your non-compliance with the program's conditions, you can submit a new application no earlier than 180 days later or upon paying a fee at double the rate.

What documents need to be provided

The candidate commits to provide the necessary documents within 30 days, including, but not limited to, proof of work experience, relevant education, health status, tenure, educational documents, and proof of the ability to independently pay for the flight, visa fee, and medical insurance for visa acquisition.

Can a visa application be denied?

Yes, it is possible. The visa decision is made by the Consul of the country you plan to work in. The Consul considers many factors, such as your personal and professional circumstances, the purpose of the visit, as well as your financial capabilities.

When applying for a visa, it's crucial to provide all necessary documents and ensure their accuracy and completeness. Assistance from MIGRANTID in this process significantly increases your chances of a successful visa acquisition, as we help you prepare all the required documentation according to the standards and requirements of the consulate.

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