He added that the operating offices take between $ 500 to $ 1,000 to cover travel costs and subsequent procedures and their wages from $ 400 to $ 450 per month for males and $ 300 to $ 350 for females with free housing, food and health care.
Arshad said that the Council of Ministers issued a resolution on the organization of work for foreigners in the country bore the number (130) obligates owners of companies and employers to be the proportion of Iraqis at least 50% of workers, in order to provide employment opportunities for Iraqi youth.
He pointed out that the decision gives the right to foreign companies operating in Iraq to bring the maximum 1000 workers where the companies went to fraud the law to become the number of 5000 workers in agreement with some owners of private offices. It is noteworthy that the Department of Employment and Loans in the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs obtained (1,099,500,000) Work permit fees for expatriates and housewives during the months of January and February of 2018.
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