Youth Mobility Agreement

Note: Youth Mobility Visa: You can also submit your Youth Mobility Visa application to any German mission or immigration office after you arrive in Germany. However, we strongly recommend that a visa be issued in advance. Employment cannot be taken until mandatory approval. Candidates are entitled to 3 participations under the bilateral agreement. Repeated categories are not allowed. The program requirements specific to each country or territory that has a bilateral agreement or arrangement with the Canadian CID program are as follows: Therefore, youth mobility visa applications will not be accepted until further notice. Canada has formal youth mobility agreements with 36 foreign countries and territories. A steering group leads the EPLM; the members of the Steering Group represent a wide range of actors, programmes and formats in the field of learning mobility, a balanced mix of respective areas of work and regional diversity in Europe. The steering group is composed of researchers, policy makers and practitioners. The partial agreement is part of this steering group. Under the Bilateral Youth Mobility Agreement, Canadian and Italian youth are allowed to participate in a 12-month work and travel program in which applicants can participate twice, for a total duration of 24 months. To this end, a wide range of actors will be activated: governments, European institutions, businesses, experts, academics, youth NGOs, national youth card organisations and young cardholders themselves.

Thus, Member States actively contribute to and benefit from the expertise of the Partial Agreement. The overall objective of the partial agreement is for EYCA member governments and member organisations to work together to create better mobility solutions for young people. This general objective implies two main objectives: Note: The French government has launched the Volontariat International en Entreprise (VIE) programme to give young French people the opportunity to gain professional experience in an international environment. These young people are assigned to the branches and international subsidiaries of French companies. The main objective of this program is the professional training of young French performers through an international presence. This allows them to promote their professional development and maintain potential future professional relationships between themselves and the host country. Canada supports youth mobility through International Experience Canada (IEC), which manages mutual bilateral agreements on youth mobility. These agreements allow Canadians to travel and work in partner countries and territories, and allow international youth to do the same in Canada. Currently, only teens with current and valid job offers under the International Experience Canada program can travel to Canada. .