I am a citizen from India and I am living in France since 1 month for my 1 year masters degree. This venture has been possible only because I was given scholarship by the university.
I am from a political/ religious ideology (exact details I don't want to share) which is very much marginalized in my home country. Due to this marginalization, my mental health was also affected and I take pills of anxiety and depression.
Due to this issue, I don't want to return to my home country as I will be very well pushed to brink of suicide in case I want to continue my career path.
To continue my current career path, there is no other option for me except living in Europe.
I don't have any other guidance, so I thought I should ask here as I am in need of guidance.
I wanted to know how to continue living in France legally on a Visa. (I am taking France as an example only because I am currently living here and knowing it about France will give me at least an estimate about situation in other nations in the region, I might move to any other country in nearby part of Europe) I am not interested in knowing about how to get asylum in France or how to get visa by marrying a French Person. I am only interested in visa if I get a job in France. I am also not interested in becoming a French citizen as even getting to live in France legally will be a huge relief for me.
Currently, I am on a student visa of 1 year. So, at the end of the year, I will try my best to find a job and I hope I can get in the areas I want to work in. I think the French government also gives a time limit of 1 year where an Indian citizen can live and find a job in France. (Due to pact with Indian Government). So, what happens after I get a job? Will the employer give me a visa so that I can continue to live in France?
Kindly let me know this! (I know that this situation I mentioned might not be told in a legal language/ bureaucratic language but I don't know that language).