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Nigeria: Guidance on temporary work permits, oil and gas industry

Nigeria: Guidance on temporary work permits

The Federal Ministry of Interior and the Nigerian Content and Development Monitoring Board jointly issued resolutions that aim for the effective administration of the expatriate quota for temporary workers in the Nigerian oil and gas industry.

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The resolutions reinforce current policies on administration of the expatriate quota approval for companies operating in the oil and gas industry, and oil and gas companies that intend to engage expatriate workers under a temporary work permit need to obtain certain prior approvals.

Read a November 2019 report [PDF 104 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Nigeria

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