work permit


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Wikipedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
The draft amendments increasing the size of state duties on the issuance of work permits in Kyrgyzstan passed the third reading in the Parliament on February 1.
He, however, urged Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (previously BOI and Privatization Commission) to be cautious in issuing work permits to foreigners depriving local professionals.
Expats aged under 60 who live in Bahrain and do not have a legal work permit are not eligible under the scheme which is designed to help stamp out the so-called "free visa" market, under which foreigners purchased work permits for as much as BD1,500 and then worked illegally for other employers.
Check if the freelancer has a freelance work permit or any other licence to conduct business in the UAE.
The human rights center said that tens of thousands of Palestinians whose applications for work permits have been denied, or who do not meet Israel's strict criteria to begin with, are forced to try and enter Israel without a permit.
Foreign household service workers in Singapore will now be given the full work permit duration of two years, provided that their passports are valid at the point of issuance or renewal," said Baldoz citing a report from Labor AttachAaAaAeA@ Ramon T.
The UAE's Ministry of Labour has announced new measures to renew work permits, previously known as labour cards, as well as expired contracts, by early 2016.
If a host country issues a work permit to a family member of a U.
PERMITS GRANTED Successful Work permit appeals at Premier League clubs Summer 2014 Transfer Window 1.
Chelsea secured a work permit on appeal, arguing that because standards were so high in Brazil, he would easily meet the criteria if he played for another country.
The document gives a right to a citizen of Tajikistan to receive a work permit for 3 years instead of 1.
Concern has been expressed that The Bahamas is losing out to the Cayman Islands on a potential new revenue stream in light of slow approvals and restrictive work permit conditions for foreign medical specialists, reports The Nassau Guardian (Aug.