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Ireland’s Department of Business Enterprise and Innovation has announced changes to the employment permit system, including amendments to the Critical Skills List and Ineligible List of Occupations and to revenue documentation requirements. The changes will take effect April 22.
The DBEI also made technical changes to the requirements for employment permits for chefs and announced that secondary schools will be able to sponsor career guidance teachers through the employment permits system in the same way in which they sponsor other secondary school teachers.
More information is available here. The regulations can be located here.
Analysis & Comments: The changes will affect all employment permit applications filed on or after April 22. Employers are encouraged to review the changes before they take effect.
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