Expert Pole

About Laissez-Passer Laissez-Passer is incorporated in Estonia as a private limited enterprise and is dedicated to developing programs and tools that ease international human mobility barriers, and access to protection and services for individuals with vulnerable identity documents and undocumented migrants.

We are building an expert pole of consultants in a variety of fields. Laissez-Passer offers a number of services for migration-related projects and develops its own products, please check our Solutions page. If you possess a significant expertise in any of the below fields, please be encouraged to send us an application.  

  • Data Scientist 
  • Data Visualization Architect 
  • Monitoring and Evaluation 
  • Mixed migrants detention centers management 
  • Policy Development and Research - Migration
  • Policy Development and Research - Protection
  • Good Governance (with distinction in foreign policy – Ph.D. holders only) 
  • Business Development and Proposal Writing
  • Blockchain
  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 
  • GIS Interactive Mapping
  • Information Management Systems
  • Geospatial Data Analysis


  • To be considered in our roaster of experts you must demonstrate a level of mastery in your field of specialization
  • An advanced academic degree in your field of specialization or in a directly relevant field 
  • English language full working proficiency - Other languages are considered as an advantage 
  • Ability to be on call to deliver short term assignments on a short notice 

How to apply

To apply, please send us your CV by email to with the subject line: EXPERT [Your specialization + Your current residency ].  

Please make sure your application indicates the following:

  • Current residency
  • Nationality
  • languages you speak
  • If you own a sole proprietorship or applying as an independent applicant
  • Your proposed daily rate as a consultant 

In Laissez-Passer works to maintain and support a culture of equality and diversity within our team. We do not discriminate against applicants based on their age, race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, creed, disability, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity, marital or civil partnership status, parental status, religion, belief or non-belief, social or economic class, employment status or any other criteria that can not be shown to be properly justifiable.