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  1. Ethiopia - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Proclamation No. 1246/2021 Ethiopia’s Overseas Employment Proclamation Amendment. (¿¿¿ ¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿¿/¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿ ¿¿¿ ¿¿ ¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿ ¿¿¿) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2021-06-03 | ETH-2021-L-112598

    Makes numerous amendments to the Proclamation. These include the following additions to the definitions as well as deleting and replacing the following articles:
    Article 2 - Addition of new sub-articles 15-18 (i.e. Representative of Victim Worker, Labour Attaché, Memorandum of Understanding, Domestic Work) in the definitions following Article 2(14) with renumbering of the remaining sub-articles accordingly.
    Article 7 - Delete and replace the Level of Education and Occupational Competence Assessment
    Article 12 - Delete and replace Requirement of Bilateral Agreement or Memorandum of Understanding
    Article 15 - Delete and replace Establishment of Board
    Article 37 - Delete and replace Approval of Contract of Employment

  2. Ethiopia - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Refugees Proclamation No.1110/2019. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2019-02-27 | ETH-2019-L-109317

    WHEREAS, Ethiopia is providing asylum and protection to refugees and promoting the search for durable solutions whenever conditions permit;
    WHEREAS, Ethiopia has ratified International Treaties relating to Refugees and make integral part of the law of the land ; and is party to the OAU Convention Governing the Specific Aspects of Refugee Problems in Africa, done in Addis Ababa;
    WHEREAS, it is necessary to have a comprehensive legal framework, in accordance with international standards, that contains rights and entitlements embodied in the aforesaid International Conventions, provides better protection to refugees and promotes sustainable solutions;
    WHEREAS, the existing Refugee Proclamation No. 409/2004 is not painstaking and does not reflect the current overall developments and progresses made in refugee protection, it has become necessary to enact a new Refugees Proclamation to improve, within available means, comprehensive protection and assistance to refugees.

  3. Ethiopia - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Ethiopia’s Overseas Employment Proclamation No. 923/2016. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-02-19 | ETH-2016-L-103965

    PART ONE - General
    PART TWO - Public Employment Exchange Service
    Section 1: Employment Exchange Service
    Section 2: Education, Training and Medical Examination
    Section 3: Expense Coverage and Service Fee
    Section 4: Bilateral Agreement and Structure
    PART THREE - Conditions of Work
    Section 1: Determination of Conditions of Work
    Section 2: Inspection Service
    PART FOUR - Overseas Employment Exchange Service through and Agency
    PART FIVE - Violation and Corresponding Measure
    PART SIX - Welfare Service
    PART SEVEN - Miscellaneous Provisions

  4. Ethiopia - Migrant workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Work Permit and Private Employment Agency Licence Fees Council of Ministers Regulation No. 282/2013. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2013-03-04 | ETH-2013-R-103984

  5. Ethiopia - Migrant workers - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Directive Issued to Determine the Residence Status of Eritrean Nationals Residing in Ethiopia. - Directive on-line

    Adoption: 2004-01 | ETH-2004-M-82482

    "The objective of this Directive is to provide the means to any person of Eritrean origin who was a resident in Ethiopia when Eritrea became an independent State and has continued maintaining permanent residence in Ethiopia up until this Directive is issued to confirm whether he or she has acquired Eritrean nationality, and to determine his or her status of residence in Ethiopia." (Article 2)

  6. Ethiopia - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Immigration Proclamation No. 354/2003. - Ethiopian Parliament

    Adoption: 2003-07-03 | ETH-2003-L-85154

    Part One - General
    Part Two - Entry into Ethiopia
    Part Three - Departure from Ethiopia
    Part Four - Deportation of foreigners from Ethiopia
    Part Five - Travel documents and visas
    Part Six - Registration of Foreigners and Residence Permit
    Part Seven - Miscellaneous Provisions

  7. Ethiopia - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Providing Foreign Nationals of Ethiopian Origin with certain Rights to he Exercised in their Country of Origin Proclamation No. 270/2002. - Ethiopian Parliament

    Adoption: 2002-02-05 | ETH-2002-L-85159

    Entitles foreign nationals of Ethiopian origin to various rights and privileges including the right to residency and a work permit.

  8. Ethiopia - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Security, Immigration and Refugee Affairs Authority Establishment Proclamation No.6/1995 - Ethiopian Parliament

    Adoption: 1995-08-24 | Date of entry into force: 1995-08-24 | ETH-1995-L-70034

    Provides for the organization of the Authority as well as the powers and duties of the head of the Authority.

  9. Ethiopia - Migrant workers - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Issuance of Travel Documents and Visas Regulations 1971 (Legal Notice No. 395 of 1971). - Regulations on-line

    Adoption: 1971-04-23 | ETH-1971-R-85200

    Provides requirements for obtaining travel documents for including emergency travel documents and documents for refugees.

  10. Ethiopia - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Proclamation to Regulate the Issuance of Travel Documents and Visas, and Registration of Foreigners in Ethiopia, No. 271 of 1969. - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1969-07-22 | Date of entry into force: 1969-08-22 | ETH-1969-L-69653

    Regulates the entry to and departure from Ethiopia by foreigners. Requires, inter alia, that foreigners be issued with entry visas, transit visas or tourist visas and provides for the appointment of immigration officers.

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