Organising Work Permits for Zambia can be a difficult process. Our sponsorship partners are specialists in local immigration laws including sponsored contractor work visas for Zambia.They are able to sponsor suitably skilled contractors or your employees on Zambia Work Permits.The rules are regularly updated to reflect market conditions and government policy. We try to keep our information up to date as much as possible but we rely heavily on our local partners who are the specialists.
If you aren't able to find the information you want on how you can contract in Zambia or how to organize Zambia Work Visas for your staff please contact us with your circumstances and we can always assist you.
The benefits include:
- full compliance with local immigration laws
- freedom to work with any end client for any duration
- security and comfort of using a long established international market leader
- visa allows for entry of spouse and dependants
- Business Visas and Letters Of Introduction (LOI) if you need to get on the ground quickly
- local salary compliance
- understanding of dual taxation implications through regional offices
Additionally they can offer you excellent tax & financial management advice to ensure you stay on the right side of the authorities whilst keeping the highest possible % of your gross billing. APPLY NOW!
Study 1 - The Consultant:
Hamish, a change management consultant from the UK, was offered a lucrative 12 month assignment in Zambia working for a consulting company. Neither the recruitment agency based in London, nor the consulting company’s local office was willing to organise a work visa for him and his family.
Luckily, he contacted www.contractortaxation.com and we passed his case on to our local partner in Zambia. A full Zambia Work Permit was soon in place that would cover him for his 12 month contract and give him the opportunity to work for other end clients after that assignment had finished. Even better, due to our local partners understanding of dual taxation laws and the special regulations for expatriate workers, he was earning more money than he expected.