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Changes in work permits in North Cyprus

New measures to obtain work visas have been taken in Northern Cyprus to ease the entire process for foreign nationals living and working in the TRNC. Prime Minister of Northern Cyprus Mrs. Sibel Siber has announced new measures to obtain work visas for foreign nationals. The aim of this decision is the government's desire to simplify the process for foreign nationals.

"If a foreign national working in a particular sector of work and his or her employer failed to protect the rights of the employee, the person will be able to change job in the same field of activity" - commented Ms. Sibel. "A foreign citizen will no longer need to wait for six months for a new work visa, or go abroad to obtain a new work permit."
The only condition for simplifying the visa is the same area of work.

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08.07.2013

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