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Work Permits

  • Australia, Work Permits - The Department now has a new convenient form of service delivery available to clients who are seeking new or replacement visas or seeking to sponsor or nominate skilled employees from overseas.

  • CIC Canada | Application to Work in Canada: Work Permits - This application is for persons outside Canada who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada and who want to work temporarily in Canada. A work permit is issued if the application is accepted.

  • Finland: Ministry Of Labour, Immigration Affairs, Work Permit - In the first place, work permits will be issued to skilled workers for jobs requiring professional ability. Under such circumstances, for instance, the occupation, education and language skills of persons striving to enter the country can be considered as criteria for issuing residence permits.

  • Germany, Work Permits - Foreign nationals from states outside the European Economic Area (EEA) may as a rule only work in Germany if they have a work permit. Such foreign nationals who wish to enter Germany in order to commence work may, because of the 1973 ban on recruitment and current high unemployment levels, only be issued with work permits in exceptional cases.

  • Immigration: green cards and visas in the U.S. - Immigration information regarding paths to temporary and permanent status in the United States.

  • Irish Work Permits - If you want to work in Ireland and you are not a national of an EEA state, you probably need a work permit. Your prospective employer should apply to the work permit section of the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment. (You may not apply yourself.) Fees for work permits range from 65 to 500 euros, depending on the length of the permit.

  • Migration Information Source - A unique, online resource, the Source offers useful tools, vital data, and essential facts on the movement of people worldwide.

  • NZIS, Working in New Zealand - We welcome people wanting to work in New Zealand. People from overseas broaden our global skills and knowledge and build our connections with the rest of the world. You can also bring the skills we need and increase our capability as a workforce.

  • Simply Visas Limited - UK Immigration and work permit consultancy. As an immigration advisory service, simplyVisas understand the complexities facing people and businesses who require UK visa services and UK immigration advice.

  • Singapore, Work Permits - Unskilled or semi-skilled foreign workers who wish to work in Singapore must apply for Work Permits in accordance with the Employment of Foreign Workers Act. Work Permits are generally issued according to industrial sectors such as the construction, non-construction and domestic sectors.

  • SouthAfrica, Working in SA: work permits - Do you wish to stay in SA temporarily in order to explore or take up a job offer, or to set up or run a business, or because you've been recruited or transferred to the country? Here's information on work permit categories, requirements and application procedures, and the answers to some frequently asked questions.

  • Sweden. SE Visas and work permits - On this link is a fact sheet that describes, in condensed form, Swedish regulations and routines for obtaining entry visas, residence and work permits, and residence permits to establish a company.

  • Switzerland, Work permits - All foreign nationals must have a permit to work in Switzerland - whether or not they are paid by an employer in the country or abroad.

  • Thailand, Work Permit - First, you must have a Non-Immigrant visa to apply for a work permit.

  • UK Immigration Law & Work Permits - We specialise in many areas of business, but UK work permits - is a true specialization and expertise. We can assist in NON EU residents with their work permit queries and assist their employers in TIER 1 PERMITS. Please browse our site or call 0207 706 8745 TODAY!

  • US Green Card Lottery - Every Year, the Diversity Lottery (DV) Program Grants 50,000 visas to people all around the world. All 50,000 Winners are issued a Green Card authorizing them and their families to live and work in the United States!

  • Workpermit.com - Workpermit.com is registered with the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner and offers immigration and work permit services for entry to the UK, Australia, USA, New Zealand, Canada and most Western European Countries.

  • Work Permit for the UK - Work Permits (UK) is part of the Immigration and Nationality Directorate of the Home Office. Based in Sheffield, England, we administer the work permit arrangements on behalf of the UK Government.

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Page Updated: Tuesday, 09 March 2010




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