The General Directorate of Multinational Companies headquarters announced the beginning of work permit applications for Dependents of SEM Executives.
The General Directorate of Multinational Companies Headquarters through the Communication Note No. 1 of January 12, 2023, indicated that as from this year 2023, the Ministry of Labor (hereinafter “MITRADEL” for its acronym in Spanish) will begin to receive work permit applications for dependents of SEM executives, in accordance with the provisions of the law and open
Panama, December 13, 2022. As a member of Terralex, our firm collaborated with the Panama Chapter of its Cross-Border Labor and Employment Guidance, a valuable resource to general counsel, chief legal officers, and human resources executives, who manages people within an organization. Partners Maria Teresa Mendoza and Albalira Montufar wrote about the key aspects and
Decree No. 122 of September 14th, 2022, published in the Official Gazette on September 15th, 2022 (hereinafter “The Decree”), lifts sanitary measures and restriction for travelers. RELEVANT MEASURES: It is ordered to lift the mandatory physical distancing and capacity established in the National Territory due to COVID-19. It is ordered to lift the sanitary restriction measures for
By means of Decree No. 102 of July 01st 2022, published in the Official Gazette on July 04th, 2022 (hereinafter “The Decree”), the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Panama establishes new sanitary measures for the entry of travelers to the country. RELEVANT MEASURES The most relevant measures included in this Decree are: It is established
Morgan & Morgan among the five most renowned law firms in Central America: WWL Central America 2022.
Panama, April 30, 2022. With 25 positions in the ranking, Morgan & Morgan has been recognized by Who’s Who Legal (WWL) among the five leading law firms in Central America. The publication endorsed eighteen lawyers of the firm in ten practice areas of its ranking, one of the most important in the region: Inocencio Galindo:
The National Immigration authority establishes the requirements for transit passengers for foreigners of cuban nationality
Decree No. 19 of March 08th, 2022, published in the Official Gazette on March 8, 2022 (hereinafter “The Decree”), establishes a Visa for Transit Passenger for foreigners of Cuban nationality traveling through the Republic of Panama to another destination or return to their country for a period of three (3) months and dictates another provision.
The Decree No. 3 of February 21, 2022, published in the Official Gazette on February 22, 2022 (hereinafter the “Decree”), established temporary provisions for work permit applications, as follow: RELEVANT MEASURES: The most relevant measures included in this Decree are: The work permit renewal will be accepted, without the requirement of provide a Social Security
The National Immigration Authority established a new procedure for domestic worker visa applications.
The Resolution No. 2579 of February 10, 2022, published in the Official Gazette on February 21, 2022 (hereinafter the “Resolution”) established a new procedure for Domestic Worker Visa applications, as follow: The registration and filed application of Domestic Worker Visa was authorized, prior to the applicant entry to Panama, which must be done through an attorney.
The Ministry of Health adjusts the requirements for the entry of travelers to the country due to the covid-19 pandemic
The Ministry of Health (hereinafter, MINSA), through Executive Decree No. 17 of February 16, 2022 (hereinafter the “Decree”), adjusts the sanitary and epidemiological measures related to the entry of travelers to the country, during the State of National Emergency, as follow: TRAVELERS WITH COVID-19 VACCINES. All travelers who enter the national territory must have a vaccination
The Ministry of public security establishes changes for the provisional residence renewal and the permanent residence applicable to the migratory regularization processes
The Ministry of Public Security through Resolution No. 1744 of January 26, 2022 (hereinafter the “Decree”) establishes the new changes for the Provisional Residence Renewal and the Permanent Residence applicable to foreigners who have obtained their provisional permits under the Extraordinary or General Migratory Regularization Processes, as follow: The reception of all Provisional Permit Renewal