The Economic Ministry has brought changes to the issuance of work quota for foreign expatriates.
According to the change, instead of submitting a document stating the site at which the person will be working at, a worksite declaration form notarized by a public notary will be required. The Ministry stated that the form can be registered at a civil or magistrate court
Earlier, the Ministry had announced that ex-pats’ quota and work permit will only be issued to those registered in Job Centre Portal.
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