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Bulgarian flag Embassy of Bulgaria in Vienna

AddressSchwindgasse 8
1040 Wien (Vienna)
Austria
Phonelocal: (01) 505.3113
international: +43.1.505.3113
Faxlocal: (01) 505.1423
international: +43.1.505.1423
Emailamboffice@embassybulgaria.at

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Manfred Fischer
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 18:19 EDT
Seeking your advise: Working permit for a Bulgarian Citizen
Dear Sirs/Ladies,

May I first introduce myself. I had been working for the International Atomic Energy Agency for 34 years, in the Department of Technical Cooperation, as responsible person for the whole IT area. The last 6 years I had been serving as one of the 2 Database Administrators of the IAEA. Since December 2009 I am retired.

Whenever you had attended our TC Stand at the IAEA’s General Conference – we had been showing TC-Pride, PCMF, et cetera - you might have met me. I had then also been responsible for the “famous” TC Information Stand at the Austria Center.

The reason I am contacting you is the following:

My wife Karin (by the way the granddaughter of the Inventor and Originator of the Austrian Schilling in the 1920ths, Dr. Viktor Kienböck, when he was then Minister for Finance in the 1st Austrian Republic, later on also President of the National Bank of Austria, a second time also at the beginning of the 2nd Republic of Austria after World war II) is now 70 years old. She has new 4 artificial joints for her hips and knees, and needs special attendance and support.

We were lucky to be able to find a young Bulgarian Lady who did take care of my wife, and supported her on a daily basis.

However, this kind of work and support by the Bulgarian lady in question had not been registered with the Austrian authorities. It was on a basis of support from the Bulgarian lady on a voluntary basis and against “pocket money” given by my wife to appreciate her services.

Therefore, this young Bulgarian lady in question had been already during the past several years been the ideal help for my wife. She had been supporting my wife already in the past. I can, therefore, not imagine to find another person to support my wife`s needs in a similar professional, efficient and satisfying way.

I do, therefore, hope, that this might be a good reason to give preference to this particular Bulgarian lady to work fur us here in Austria, because for an elderly person like my wife, it would be extremely important to have continuous support from a trusted, proven and tested person like our Bulgarian lady.

A sudden change to the way my wife is supported now by this particular Bulgarian lady might have a serious impact to the well feeling of my wife, who has now – despite the fact of her physical deficiencies, and also with the psychological problems (imagine, you can’t move anymore as you were use to do in the past) – found a satisfactorily way to overcome her handicaps with the assistance of this particular Bulgarian lady.

We would now, therefore, like to employ officially – recognized by the Austrian Authorities - this young Bulgarian lady on a regular basis. We would also like to make it possible for her to get a (long-term) contract with the Austrian Health and Pension Insurance Scheme. She is young – 30years – and might become pregnant, etc., but has at the moment no Austrian Health Insurance

I am therefore asking you for advice and assistance for the following:

What can we do that this young Bulgarian lady
• Can be hired by us in a legal way here in Austria, and under which circumstances and conditions;
• Can get a permanent residence permit in Austria (she now has already an “Unbefristete Mietwohnung” in Vienna), she may come to Austria, but not work here;
• Can be registered in the Austrian Health and Pension Scheme;
• Can get a general working permit for Austria, because at the time being we don’t need her 24 hours a day, and – of course – she needs to earn even more money – life in Austria is expensive;

I would very much appreciated your assistance in this matter.

If possible, I would also appreciate your support concerning the relevant Austrian Authorities in order to get my proposals and wishes fulfilled.

Please tell me, how I should proceed.

Trusting in your kind assistance,

I remain,

Yours sincerely,

Manfred Fischer
Hartäckerstr. 71/2
1190 Vienna
Tel.: +43 699 1123 1593
Email: Manfred.p.fischer@gmail.com

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