MOZAMBIQUE – Residency Document No Longer Required for Foreign Nationals Entering for Work

Effective immediately, foreign nationals entering Mozambique with a work visa will no longer be required to obtain an Identification and Residency Document for Foreigners (DIRE).

Instead, their work visa will be extended, for up to one year at a time, for the period of their employment contract.

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MOZAMBIQUE – Residency Document No Longer Required for Foreign Nationals Entering for Work

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Henriques, Rocha & Associados.

MOZAMBIQUE – Upcoming New Work Permit Regulations

Effective 29 November 2016, new work permit regulations will introduce stricter requirements in the hiring of foreign labour.

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MOZAMBIQUE – Upcoming New Work Permit Regulations

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Maputo Relocation.

MOZAMBIQUE – New Rules for Annual Submission of “Nominal List” of Employees

The Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security has implemented Decree number 104/2015, published in November 2015, amending the procedure for the mandatory annual submission by employers of the “nominal list” of their local and foreign national employees.

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MOZAMBIQUE – New Rules for Annual Submission of “Nominal List” of Employees

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Maputo Relocation.

Africa, Oil and Gas Webinar – Slides Available Here

On Tuesday 8 March 2016 we hosted a webinar on Oil and Gas and Immigration in Africa.

Peregrine’s presenter, Maude Burger-Smith, would like to thank all of the attendees, and of course our speakers:

View and/or download our slides below – and let us know if you have any questions!

 

REMINDER: PEREGRINE WEBINAR – Regional Overview: Africa

Just a reminder to join us for a webinar on Tuesday 8 March 2016 at 1:30pm GMT (UK time). The webinar topic is “Oil and Gas and Immigration in Africa” and is free to attend for Peregrine’s clients and partners.

More information, including details of how to register, here!

MOZAMBIQUE – Some Consulates Now Requesting Pre-Approval of Visa Applications

According to a notice issued on 17 September 2014 by the Immigration Labour Directorate, Provincial Labour Directorates in Mozambique have been instructed not to accept work permit applications for foreign nationals submitted by private recruitment agencies for the purpose of transfer to third party employers in Mozambique. This regulation has been in place since 2001 but has not been strictly enforced to this point.

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MOZAMBIQUE – Some Consulates Now Requesting Pre-Approval of Visa Applications

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Maputo Relocation.