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Chapter VI Applications for Employment Permits for Type E Foreign Workers
Article 56
Employers who apply to hire type E foreign workers are required to provide the following documentation:
1. Application form.
2. Photocopies of the National ID card, passport or Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) of the applicant or company responsible person, company registration, business registration cer-tificate, factory registration certificate and franchise license. However, in accordance with related legal provisions those exempted from applying for a factory registration certificate or franchise license do not have to submit them.
3. Photocopy of the employment contract or labor contract.
4. Photocopy of the passport of the employed foreign worker.
5. Photocopy of the ARC or Permanent Resident Permit of the employed foreign worker.
6. Original copy of review fee receipt.
7. Other documents required by the Central Competent Authority.
When the employer is a civic organization other than having to provide the documents de-tailed in Subparagraph 1 and 3-7, Paragraph 1, organization accreditation documents and photocopies of the organization responsible person’s National ID, passport or ARC must also be provided.
Article 57
Should an employer find it necessary to continue the employment of a type E foreign worker within a period of 60 days prior to the expiration of the employment permit, said employer should submit the documents detailed in Subparagraph 1 and Subparagraphs 3 to 7, of Paragraph 1, Article 56, as part of an application to the Central Competent Authority for an employment permit extension.
Article 58
In order to directly file an application for an employment permit with the Central Compe-tent Authority, in accordance with Paragraph 2, Article 51 of the Act, a type E foreign worker is required to submit the documents detailed in Subparagraph 1 and Subparagraphs 4 to 7, Article 56.
Article 59
When an employer applies to employ a type E foreign worker or a foreign national applies directly for a work permit to the Central Competent Authority in pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph 2, Article 51 of the Act, the authority will deny the issuance of an employ-ment permit or extension thereof if either of the following situations pertain;
1. False information is found in the application.
2. The application is not made in conformity with the relevant requirements, and the appli-cant fails to provide the required supplementary material and/or corrections within the set time period.