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Answered: HSMP after working in UK on Work permit

That is really a hard question. I think Joey is right, you should contact a immigration attorney to know what is the right answer. you canalso check this article or visit this link Jobs In Dubai for further information..

Answered: If you work a nine hour day how long should your lunch break be?

Legally, it must be at least 30 minutes. Past that, it depends on the employer.

Answered: Want to get a work permit for european/schangen country

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Answered: I'm a wife of a work permit holder(multiple), what requirement do i need

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Answered: Work permit to canada Can we get canadian work ...

In order to get a valid Canadian work permit, you must apply from your home country.

Answered: TN Visa expiring, employer filed for work permit but still not received

I'm not actually sure. I'd suggest contacting an immigration attorney to find out what your legal rights are. Good luck.
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I am a pakistani national.i am working in Greece for the last 10 years.As

hello my name is nasir and i want workpermit visa to greece so tell me how

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I live in india..And i got work parmit in europ in any state. So how do i

I'm not sure. Contact an immigration attorney to find out.

I am working in the UK on a work permit. Does this also allow me to study

I believe you can but I recommend confirming that with an immigration attorney. Good luck.