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work permit

A document from the UK Home Office which is required for doctors, health professionals, etc., working in hospital career-grade posts (non-training grades) as consultants or as salaried or locum GPs. The usual requirement for taking the post is that no suitably qualified EEA national is available. A work permit is specific to a particular post and cannot be transferred to another job before it expires.
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If an employee has not entered the UAE for a continuous period of more than six months, then the employer may cancel the employee's residence visa by submitting a work permit cancellation and a report obtained from the GDRFA, which may confirm that the employee has been out of the country for more than half a year.
Exempting Palestinian workers from paying the work permit fees (Law No.
However, overseas applicants for work permits were not assessed upon their ability to meet these new residency criteria and came to Canada on the work permits that they were issued thinking that, as in the past, after working in Canada for two years, they would be eligible to apply for permanent residence.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) is imposing stricter requirements and procedures in issuing special work permits (SWP) and provisional work permits (PWP) to foreigners intending to work in the country.
During the hearing, the petitioners counsel recalled the apex court's ruling in the disqualification case of the former premier and maintained that the foreign work permit was the key reason behind his ouster not only as the PM but also Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz's president.
The petitions seek disqualification of PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari's sister Faryal, Suhail Anwar Siyal, Manzoor Wassan and other for holding work permits of foreign countries and not disclosing them in their nomination papers.
For example, the ministry checks if the company that has applied for a work permit has achieved its Omanisation target, if its licence is valid, if the environment and work condition is ok, if the place of work for the prospective employee for whom work permit has been applied for is spacious enough and many others.
Figures from the General Immigration Department, which comes under the Ministry of Interior showed that from January to August this year, the number of foreigners who registered for work permits had reached 118,280, compared with 57,000 last year.
The high court took up the hearing of a case involving PPP's senior leaders Faryal Talpur, Manzoor Wasan and others for concealing their work permits of a foreign country in their nomination papers for July 25 electoral battle.
The Sindh High Court (SHC) censured the response submitted by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in the case pertaining to Pakistan People's Party (PPP) leaders for holding foreign country's Iqama (work permit).
A PS1.5million loan deal for the 22-year-old centre-back was even agreed in principle, only for the transfer to fall through due to the fact Marlon did not automatically meet the criteria for a work permit.
The winger made the move to Goodison Park from KAS Eupen last summer, but was instantly loaned out to Anderlecht for the entire 2017/18 campaign as he was not able to get a work permit to play in the Premier League.