The Cabinet received the report of a Committee organized to recommend the manner in which waiver of work permits for CARICOM and Dominican Republic Nationals are to be structured. An amendment to the existing law is required and so too will be the regulations governing the issuance of work permit. The draft legislation is to be submitted to a team in the Ministry of Legal Affairs and brought to Cabinet and then to the Parliament, within a matter of weeks. The promise to waive these work permit fees was made during the January 2023 General Elections Campaign and every effort is being made to fulfill that promise as soon as humanly possible.
Waiver of work permits
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