El Salvador Seeks Agreements with Qatar

The idea of establishing a temporary worker program between the two countries was raised by the Foreign Minister of El Salvador.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

The Minister, Marisol Argueta de Barillas, who has been in Qatar since Sunday, proposed these initiatives to the Qatari Emir in Office, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani.

Elsalvador.com published: "The Salvadoran official arrived in Qatar on Sunday for an official visit. Another issue on the agenda is Salvadoran interest in promoting Qatari investments."

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Costa Rica: Deadline Extended for Registration of Foreign Workers

January 2017

For the sixth time since 2013 a six month extension has been granted to the suspension on the levying of fines on companies that hire undocumented foreign labor for activities such as agricultural harvesting.

The government announced that in January 2017 it issued a new extension to avoid levying fines on companies in the agricultural sector that employ undocumented foreign workers during the harvest season.

Costa Rica: Flexibility for Foreign Labor

August 2014

Businessmen are demanding that costs be reduced and the procedures required for immigrants to obtain temporary work permits be simplified.

The Chamber of Exporters of Costa Rica (Cadexco) has asked the General Department of Immigration and Foreign Services for migration processes to be improved and for a reduction in the cost of issuing permits, which currently "...

Growth in Temporary Work in Canada for Guatemalans

November 2011

The Canadian temporary worker program has grown rapidly since it began in 2003.

Joel Maldonado interviewed Canada's new ambassador to Guatemala, Hugues Rousseau for Siglo21.com.gt:

“Will your government be expanding the number of temporary jobs in Canada for Guatemalans?

Regulation of Employment of Foreigners by ACP

May 2009

The government created the temporary resident subcategory by decree for the Panama Canal expansion projects.

The proposed new temporary resident category means that "parents, spouses and children under 18 and up to 25 years old, as long as they are studying on a regular basis, may be claimed as a dependents if they are economically dependent on the temporary resident," according to what was published in the Prensa.com website.

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