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النسخة التجريبية من موقع النهضة العربية (أرض)

Legal Paper: Non-Jordanian Work Permit’s Fee Regulation


In this paper we discuss the legal situation of migrant workers in Jordan, whose numbers has increased significantly in the last ten years, prompting the authorities to find legislative and regulatory solutions that seek to balance the situation of local and expatriate workers.

The analysis below highlights the different stages the work permit Non-Jordanian Work Permit’s Fee Regulation for non-Jordanians went through, in terms of the adoption and amendment of texts, and their impact on the categories covered by this regulation, and examines its suitability to the needs of non-Jordanian workers in Jordan and the success the (free work permit) regulation has achieved in terms of facilitating their work and improve their economic opportunities.

Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Development (ARDD) seeks through its programs and services to establish a democratic society in which everyone enjoys social, economic and political justice regardless of their situation and background, including Syrian refugees and other nationalities coming to Jordan.

As part of its efforts in this regard, ARDD’s Legal Aid Department seeks to explain the legal procedures and labor rights of non-Jordanians and the conditions of work in Jordan, in addition to holding several awareness workshops in many regions of the Kingdom to clarify the most important and important points related to work permits.