The following documents must be notarized and authenticated by the concerned Chamber of Commerce of the host country and by Bangladesh Embassy in the country of employment:
We are in need of the following Documents from Employer’s for Visa processing:
Documents granting permission from the appropriate authority of the country of employment for recruitment of Bangladesh workers in the form of Visa Advice / NOC / Work Permit be sent to us.
The foreign employers may send their Demand Letter to us. stating the type and category of workers required, terms of services and benefit the employer should like to offer to the workers etc.
This document contains the specifications of the employer:
Number of professional workers needed in each job category the salary rates, job title, working hour, accommodation, job specification for each worker, and other fringe benefits.
The employer may send their own proforma of Employment agreement along with the Demand Letter, Visa / NOC / Work Permit and Power of Attorney which, however, should be consistent with the local recruitment & regulations and procedures of Bangladesh. This document contains terms and conditions of employment such as, working hour, overtime, leaves, probation period, provision of living accommodation, medical treatment and catering, etc.
This document defines the terms and conditions of the business relationship, the responsibilities of the parties, and the monetary consideration involved in the business relationship.
In the event of stamping of visa in Bangladesh for the selected workers, the employer may authorize us in the form of a Power of Attorney. The Power of Attorney including the Demand Letter must be attested by the Labor Attaché or by any authorized officer of the Embassy/ Mission of Bangladesh located in the host country.
We will obtain necessary Recruitment Permission and Immigration Clearance from the Bureau of Manpower, Employment & Training (BMET) under Ministry of Expatriate Welfare and Foreign & Employment for the workers prior to their departure.
We will provide basic orientation and pre-departure briefing to the workers before their departure. The Employer may also join at the orientation session. The workers are briefed about their duties and responsibilities while abroad and a first hand information on the religions and cultural values in the host country, weather, language and work-environment there.