a legal document giving information required for employment of certain people in certain countries
a document issued by officials of the Canadian Government that allows a foreign individual to work at a specific job for a specific employer
a document issued by the Canadian government that permits a foreigner to legally work in Canada for a temporary period
a document issued by the country in which you are seeking to work that allows the holder to work in a specified job, for a specified employer in a specified location for a specified period
a document issued by the federal Department of Citizenship and Immigration (CIC) that allows a foreign national who is not a permanent resident to work temporarily in Canada
a document issued to an employer which allows the employer to employ a specific person from outside the European Economic Area
a document that allows you to work in a foreign country
a granted approval to allow you to travel to Canada, enter, work and temporarily remain in Canada as a temporary resident worker
a separate document, given to certain people who are staying temporarily
a verification of your age, birth date, enrollment, and attendance in school that you are required by California Labor Laws to provide to your employer
a written authorization to work in Canada issued by an officer of Citizenship and Immigration Canada to a person who is not a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada
a written authorization to work in Canada issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) to an individual who is neither a Canadian citizen nor a permanent resident of Canada
Most non-EEA Nationals need a work permit in order to work in the UK. Some firms will apply for these on behalf of their trainees. For more information, please go to: www.workingintheuk.gov.uk
Document given to resident aliens which demonstrates to employers that the individual is legally allowed to work in the United States. ... read full article
Any of a variety of documents generally issued by the destinationâ€(tm)s consulate that gives you a strictly limited right of employment in that country. Depending on the country, the work permit may be the final step in the work authorization process, or it may be used to secure a work visa.
A document allowing you to work. A permit may be required if you decide to work in certain countries abroad.
A government form that records basic information about a worker who is a minor (generally this means under the age of 18) and an employer. The purpose of a work permit is to ensure that teenage employees are protected by federal and state child labor laws. The first person to talk to about a work permit is your school guidance counselor.
A work permit is the permission given to an employer to employ a worker from outside the EEA who needs permission to work in the UK. The Work Permit is issued to the employer and gives them permission to employ a specific worker in a specific job. The worker then takes details of the work permit when they apply for entry clearance.
A work permit is a generic term for a legal authorization which allows a person to take employment. It is most often used in reference to instances where a person is given permission to work in a country where one does not hold citizenship, but is also used in reference to minors, who in some US states must have such a permit (which, in at least the States of New York, Indiana, and Illinois, includes maintaining adequate high school grades and is issued by the school).