Work Permit in Azerbaijan for foreigners
Exploring Work Opportunities in Azerbaijan
In Azerbaijan, foreigners can work through juridical persons, entrepreneurs, and foreign branches. Key conditions include job vacancies unavailable to local citizens and the inability of employment services to meet local manpower needs.
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Obtaining a Work Permit in Azerbaijan
Before foreigners start working, employers must obtain a work permit from relevant authorities according to the Migration Code. So this ensures compliance with labor laws and a valid labor contract.
Applications for work permits are processed within a specified period. Work permit in Azerbaijan are typically issued for one year, with the possibility of extension for up to one additional year. Failure to pay the state fee or rejection of a residence permit can lead to work permit revocation.
Exemptions from Work Permits
Certain individuals are exempt from work permits, including permanent residents, diplomats, and specific professionals invited for short-term assignments.
Special considerations include individuals married to Azerbaijani citizens, refugees as well as victims of human trafficking.
Required Documents for Work Permit in Azerbaijan
Employers need to submit various documents for work permits, including the application form, a copy of the foreigner’s passport, justification for hiring, and so on. To further streamline the process, employers must submit health-related documents to our HR office, certifying that the foreign worker is free from specific infectious diseases.
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