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It must be stressed that such organisation has also the opportunity of hiring additional foreigners with ordinary work permits, in lieu of using a corporate permit or in addition to the number of foreigners it may hire under the corporate permit. Effectively, the corporate permit privatizes the issuance of work permits and enables a reliable and suitable organisation to move the work permits allocated to it under the corporate permit, from one foreigner to the other, thereby meeting its internal needs and enhancing labour market mobility. (...) Work permits are usually required for subordinate employment only.
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Score: 953486.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...pr_02_lambinon_ambrosini_e.doc
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Introduction Via the Casas de Acogida-Murcia programme of the diocesan Caritas of Cartagena we offer a service specialised in the comprehensive reception of young people formerly under the guardianship of the authorities. (...) In 2008, faced with the need to welcome young people who had to leave the Child Protection Centre on reaching the age of majority, Caritas fitted out an apartment to accommodate five persons, given that the circumstances and individual integration paths of these young people were different from the homeless people who traditionally took part in this programme. (...) In reality this means that young people formerly under the guardianship of the authorities may obtain a residence permit if specific requirements are met, but they may not be granted an initial temporary residence and work permit, which makes it difficult for them to enter the labour market and thus achieve independence as autonomous adults.
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Score: 944087.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...W/CartitasMurciaCartagena.docx
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Refugees are vulnerable people under the protection of the Government of Kenya and therefore all visitors to the refugee camps must be vetted before they are permitted to enter the camps by the Refugee Affairs Secretariat in Nairobi. (...) Below are the different categories of visitors and the requirements for a permit to visit refugee camps: 1. Researchers: Any person wishing to conduct research is required to have:  A research permit from NACOSTI (https://www.nacosti.go.ke/),  Copies of passports/IDs of all people traveling must also be attached before sending. http://www.refugeeaffairs.go.ke/ mailto:refugeeaffairs@interior.go.ke https://www.nacosti.go.ke/ P a g e | 2 Page 2 of 3 2. (...) Their Website is (http://kfcb.co.ke/).  Copies of passports/IDs of all people traveling must also be attached before sending.  4.
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Score: 933961.8 - https://www.unhcr.org/ke/wp-co...SIT-REFUGEE-CAMPS-2019-NEW.pdf
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Until recently, the majority of the camp residents did not have work permits. They say they were put off from applying for permits by a number of obstacles, including the costly application fees and lack of legal documentation. (...) She says that she now understands what the benefits of having a work permit are. “They encouraged us to apply. Now that I have my permit, I feel more comfortable and at ease at work. (...) Through the new pilot, the number has increased to around 2,500 work permits in the agricultural sector, including around 1,420 permits issued through cooperatives.
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Score: 926976.2 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_493964/lang--en/index.htm
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The duties and powers of Departments of Industry shall be determined by the Minister of Industry. Article 8 People's committees of districts, provincial cities, towns, townships, villages and wards (hereinafter referred to as district people’s committees) shall, depending on their respective functions, duties and powers, have the following responsibilities: 1. (...) The Ministry of Industry shall issue the following licences: (a) Mineral prospecting permits; (b) Mineral exploration licences; (c) Mining licences and processing licences for various types of minerals, except those stipulated in clause 2 of this article which fall within the jurisdiction of provincial people's committees; (d) Mining licences and processing licences for minerals used as common construction materials in cases of granting to foreign organizations or individuals or joint ventures with foreign parties. 2. (...) Chairmen of provincial people's committees shall submit to the Prime Minister of the Government for his decision and notify the Ministry of Industry in writing of the prohibited regions. 3.
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Score: 913156.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM36A2_LEG_1.pdf
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Residence permit for medical treatment (Art. 1, paragraph 1, lett. (...) For the type of documents on which the recognition of this residence permit may be based, the Law-Decree under reference recalls Article 3 of Act No.13/1958, in order to identify the acts of exceptional courage already worthy of a reward of a civic value nature (e.g. to save people exposed to serious danger; to prevent or reduce the damage deriving from a serious disaster, etc.). 6. (...) Residence permits released to foreigners victims of labour exploitation and trafficking Year Art. 22 (permit for serious labour exploitation) Art. 18 (permit for social protection – serious labour exploitation Art. 18 (social protection permit – Trafficking) 2017 M 4 M 1 M 197 F 162 Tot. 359 2018 (up to 5.10.18) M 2 F 1 Art. 22 (permit for serious labour exploitation – special cases) Art. 18 (permit for social protection – special cases) 2018 (from 5.10.18) M 3 F 11 Tot. 14 2019 (up to 10.6.19) M 4 F 2 Tot. 6 M 29 F 13 Tot. 42 Source: Ministry of Interior 14.
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Score: 913070.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Italy_Submission_GA-Report.pdf
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As a result, since the construction of the Barrier, the few people that have received permits for the gates (approximately one third of those that applied) have not been able to access their land, especially with agricultural machines. (...) Izbat al-Tabib and most of Nabi Elyas are in Area C which requires Israeli building permits. Isla is in Area B where the Palestinian Authority (PA) issues permits. (...) The Village Council owes a large sum of money to Israel because people cannot afford to pay their bills. 4. Isla village The village has a population of about 850 people of whom 70 are refugees.
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Score: 912937 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-207467/
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In Gaza, for the past 15 years, its population of two million people has been subjected to a brutal, illegal blockade and closure policy by Israel, characterized by suffocating restrictions on the movement of people and goods, repeated military attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure, and other discriminatory and fragmentary policies and practices. (...) There are 1.3 hospital beds per 1,000 people in the West Bank, compared to 2.2 in Israel, with 1.45 doctors per 1,000 people in the West Bank, as opposed to 3.1 doctors per 1,000 people- more than double in Israel. (...) Following PHRI’s intervention, 65% of permit requests (117) were approved, and 35% were refused or delayed (63).
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Score: 911245.8 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-....A.HRC_.51.NGO_.247_111022.pdf
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Accordingly, indigenous peoples may establish enterprises for commercial purposes and then apply for a forest utilisation permit to the provincial and regency governments. (...) The IUPHHK-MHA was designed as an instrument to deal with the negative effects of the former Timber Utilisation Permit for Indigenous Peoples (IPK-MA), which was revoked in 2005 because it was believed to have expanded unsustainable logging practices. (...) Cooperatives and local indigenous peoples-owned enterprises can apply for the IUPHHK-MHA permit with a maximum concession size of 5,000 ha and a validity period of 10 years, extendable for another 10 years.
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Score: 905042.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...les/EMRIP/RightToLand/ICP.docx
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This is because of Thailand’s policy that prioritizes the group of people to receive the vaccine. In other words, the people residing in risk areas of COVID -19 will be the priority group to get vaccinated. (...) The Department of Disease Control has realized the importance of the access to the vaccine among all people residing in Thailand and has policies to equally provide the vaccine to all people no matter where they live in Thailand. 2. Experience sharing from other countries on challenges caused by unequal access to the vaccine Lessons from COVID-19 management, prevention and control in Thailand so far revealed that some certain groups are unable to get vaccinated against COVID-19, especially migrants both with and without a Thai work permit. Thus herd immunity could not be reached. This is due to the need for collaboration from multi-sector networks in filing requests for vaccinations, collecting numbers and lists of people who wish to receive vaccines.
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Score: 902186.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...lt/files/2021-12/THAILAND.docx
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