KAZAKHSTAN – Work Permit No Longer Required for CEOs and Deputies

Some recent amendments to the Rules on Establishing the Quota for the Employment of Foreign Labour Force that apply to chief executives and their deputies are benefiting companies operating in Kazakhstan.

Effective 28 April 2018, work permits are no longer being required for foreign nationals who are employed as chief executives and their deputies of Kazakhstani companies with wholly foreign ownership.

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KAZAKHSTAN – Work Permit No Longer Required for CEOs and Deputies

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Intermark Relocations.