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Freedom of travel5
Quality of life13
A state in Northern Europe. It borders on Russia, Norway, Sweden and Estonia, washed by the waters of the Baltic Sea. A quarter of the country's territory is located beyond the Arctic Circle. Finland is part of the European Union and the Schengen zone.
Finland is a highly developed industrial country. Steel mills work there, mechanical engineering and information technologies are developing. Agricultural land covers about 8% of the country's territory. An important sector of the economy is tourism: foreigners come to ski and snowboard, walk around Helsinki and see the northern lights.
Grounds for obtaining a Finland passport
Birth to citizens of the country
Marriage to a citizen of the country
Work for the country's government
Special services to the state
Obtaining a Finland passport by naturalization: requirements for applicants
Knowledge of state language
Assimilation or cultural knowledge
Stable financial status
No criminal records