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Vietnamvisafee.net provides Work Permit service for expats in Vietnam

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Since the end of 2011, all foreigners in Vietnam have been required to obtain a valid work permit delivered by Vietnam Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA). Accordingly, any expats who do not have a valid work permit can be dismissed and become unemployed. In the recent time, it has launched Work Permit service for expats in Vietnam.

(PRWEB) November 02, 2012

Since the end of 2011, all foreigners in Vietnam have been required to obtain a valid work permit delivered by Vietnam Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA). Accordingly, any expats who do not have a valid work permit can be dismissed and become unemployed. Besides, they even have their visa renewals refused if not having this important document.

Acting as the leading website providing information on Vietnam visa, Vietnamvisafee.net also offers many other services catering for international customers. In the recent time, it has launched Work Permit service for expats in Vietnam. According to the website, the new launch of this service really comes in time. With the aim of supporting those who want to reside and work in Vietnam, this offers them a chance. In particular, these people will get a valid work permit no later than 16 working days for normal cases and 8 working days for urgent case. Since both Vietnamese and English are used, people will find it quite simple and easy to complete the whole procedure. Indeed, the only thing that they must do is filling in the application form for several minutes. The instructions as well as guidelines are available for help. Other steps will be finished by the staff of the website. For further details, customers can get access to Vietnamvisafee.net right now.

Besides, customers can also get more information on Vietnam visa fees and discounted packages on tours, hotels, and flight tickets when paying visit to the site. A lot of opportunities are waiting for lucky customers.

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