Work Permit Documents for an Expatriate Employee (Kampala)
My name is Inamoto, a Japanese from Japan.
I have recently been recieved an acceptance letter from a
travel agency based in Kampala (Ugandan company).
I`m going to be hired and start to work for that company as
soon as I obtain a work permit.
Now, I have some questions to ask you about Class G2 Expatriate worker VISA.
According to the visa information shown on the website
of Ministry of Internal Affairs Uganda,
it doesn`t show what kinds of documents to be submitted
to the Ministry, apart from VISA Fee of USD Protected content year.
Then, I searched another website that shows more specific details.
→ (AFRICA-UGANDA-TRAVEL-BUSINESS GUIDE.COM)
According to that website, the documents (Class G2
Expatriate Employee) to be submitted are...
CLASS G2 (EMPLOYEES)
• Fill Entry Permit form.
• 2 passport size photos.
• Photocopies of passport.
• Academic qualifications.
• Letter of good conduct.
• Appointment letter.
• Covering letter.
• Proof of failure to employ a Ugandan.
• Investment letter.
• Income tax clearance.
• Articles and memorandum of association.
• Trading license.
• Security bond.
• Company’s bank statement.
• Certificate of incorporation.
Are those the documents to be submitted to the Ministry?
And, what are the details of " Academic qualifications " and
" Letter of good conduct " ?
Is " Academic qualification " my English-translated University
graduation Certificate " ?
Is " Letter of good conduct " a English-translated None-Criminal Record
issued by the department of Japanese Police?
If there are any legal changes about Class G2 Expatriate Employee VISA,
please inform me of the details.