work permit

NOUN
  1. a legal document giving information required for employment of certain people in certain countries
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How To Use work permit In A Sentence

  • It seems improbable that they would be offered work permits or simply be given indefinite leave to remain. Times, Sunday Times
  • The government has deliberately frustrated his efforts to gain work permits for his foreign staff.
  • He was not given a work permit nor a site safety induction and no risk assessment was done.
  • Andersson, capped 15 times, should be eligible in the New Year after work permit formalities have been sorted out.
  • The requirement for work permits violates the spirit of the 1950 treaty.
  • The plan was to overstay the visa, get a work permit and stay in America for good.
  • Getting a work permit was the first hurdle to overcome.
  • Getting a work permit in the UK is not always a simple proposition.
  • Another of his proposals is to ensure that non-EU players find it harder to obtain a work permit in England. Times, Sunday Times
  • Close to 10,000 people from the Indian subcontinent arrived in Britain on the basis of work permits last year, a fourfold increase since 1990.
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