Employment Permit

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Zambia
About
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Cost of Living
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About

Employment Permit is issued to foreigners who enter the country to take up employment for a period exceeding six (6) months and can be extended for a further period or periods to a maximum of 10 years from the date of its issue.

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DURATION

12 months

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CITIZENSHIP

120 Month(s)

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FEES

500

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P. RESIDENCY

N/A

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COMPLEXITY

Low

Eligibility Requirements for Employment Permit

5 Eligibility Requirements

  • You need a passport valid for at least 6 months.
  • You need a job offer/contract from an employer in Zambia.
  • You should be of good character.
  • You need proof of qualifications (academic, professional).
  • You need to pay visa fee.

Document Requirements for Employment Permit

13 Document Required

  • Covering letter from employer addressed to the Director.
  • General of Immigration.
  • Application for an Employment Permit (Form 23).
  • Employment contract/Letter of offer.
  • Police Clearance from country of residence.
  • Curriculum Vitae.
  • Registration certificate from the relevant professional body in Zambia (where required).
  • Certified Copy of qualifications (academic, professional).
  • Copy of marriage and birth certificates (where available).
  • Certified copy of valid Passport particulars (bio data & last endorsement stamp for Zambia).
  • Certified certificate of share capital and list of Directors.
  • 2 recent passport size photographs.
  • Prescribed fee.

Cost of living

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