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Oman: Ministerial Decision No. 31/2015 Regulating the Practice of Some Professions

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Title

 

 

Oman: Ministerial Decision No. 31/2015 Regulating the Practice of Some Professions

 

 

Date of adoption

 

03 February 2015
 

Entry into force

 

08 February 2015
 

Text versions

Arabic

Source:

Qanoon, Official Journal Issue No. 1090 (08 February 2015), accessed: 15 Jan 2018, http://data.qanoon.om/ar/md/momp/2015-0031.pdf

 

 

Abstract

 

 

Keywords: Oman, Laws & Regulations, Foreign Labour, National Labour, Work Conditions

                                                                                                                                       

The following professions may only be practiced by Omani citizens (Art. 1):

1.      Customs clerk

2.      Customs clearance clerk

3.      Customs clearance agent

4.      Customs clearance broker

 

The work permits and employment cards already issued for the aforementioned professions shall remain in effect until their expiry and may not be renewed (Art. 2).

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