No. The asylum application pre-registration card does not grant you the right to work. However, you still have all other rights of the asylum applicants.
Yes, you are allowed to get employed or self-employed.
Note: Asylum seekers cannot exercise an independent economic activity.
Yes, you are allowed to get employed or self employed.
The state cannot assist you in any case as it cannot assist Greek citizens either. Occasionally, however there are employment programs for migrants or refugees run by the Greek Manpower Employment Organization (www.oaed.gr).
According to the legislation,also applicable for Greek citizens, insurance is mandatory whether it’s paid by your employer or by you in case you are self-employed.
- A Tax Registration Number issued by the Tax Agency
- A Social Security Number issued by the Security Agency
If you are an asylum applicant you also need your asylum applicant’s card
If you are a recognized refugee, you also need the residence permit.
All rights that Greek citizens are entitled to (employment contract, basic salary, annual leave, overtime, insurance, pension etc.).
If you are a recognized refugee or a subsidiary protection beneficiary, or you have a residence permit due to humanitarian reasons, then your family members have the right to work as well.
If you are a recognized refugee or a subsidiary protection beneficiary, or you have a residence permit due to humanitarian reasons, you can choose to enrolin adult educational programs that are relevant to your vocational knowledge, by presenting your residence permit.