Third-country citizens seek job opportunities in Latvia

Third-country citizens increasingly often choose job opportunities in Latvia. Furthermore, a majority of them are doing so intending to reside in Latvia for longer periods of time, as data provided by the Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs indicates.
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