How to Get a Work Permit for Andorra as a Foreigner

Andorra Work Permit

Andorra Work Permit

Got a special project for your company in Andorra?  I’ll tell you below (on a high level) how to get a work permit for Andorra as a foreigner. Click here to view other types of Andorran visas.

Work permits are required for all foreigners who want to work in Andorra.

Learn about Andorran work visas

Go to this site to learn about the process.

Gain a contract

Next, get either a temporary or long term work contract from an Andorran company/employer. Most jobs available to foreigners will likely be in the ski industry and involve work during the winter, which is the main tourist season in Andorra.

Get Documentation

Gather the required documents listed at this site to apply for the visa (Note this links to a private website and not an official government website, but it is a good guideline for what is required.)

Submit your documents

You’ll need to submit documents to the Ministry of the Interior, Immigration Service, Department of Labour in Andorra. Contact your employer to guide you through this submission process since what gets sent to whom may vary.

This can be very tricky. If you get stuck or have any questions, contact the Andorran Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Edifici administratiu del Govern
C/ Prat de la Creu, 62­-64
Tel : (+376) 875 704
Fax : (+376) 869 559

Receive your permit

Congratulations on getting your work permit! Enjoy your trip!

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