Friday, November 4, 2011

ICT: The granting of work permits to expatriates faster


The area of ​​information technology and communication also knows important steps. To start the installation of a second cable that is already underway for the continuity of service in the industry.
The Information Communication Technology Authority (ICTA) will now work on several cases relating to communication.
Expatriates working in this area and affecting more than Rs 70,000 per month will get a faster process for Occupational Permit.
In addition, students in this area can now work 20 hours per week. The aim is to attract more students for their studies in Mauritius in ICT.

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