A ministerial committee to correct the situation of foreign and Arab workers in Iraq illegally was formed with the participation of the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Interior in addition to the Directorate of Residence and to take a number of measures that are in line with achieving balance in the labor market, including giving a period not exceeding (45) days to register with the Department of Residence and deporting those who violate this outside the country after the expiry of the specified period.
Noteworthy to force employers to hire as many Iraqis as foreigners they employ.
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NIHR, which is leading a broad lobbying initiative by Iraqi parliamentarians and other officials in decision-making positions, for lobbying government agencies to pay special attention to opening opportunities of suitable work for young people of both genders, believes that such measures can contribute to correcting the situation of foreign workers and their acquisition of job opportunities of the private sector in Iraq.
It calls on government agencies and those in positions of responsibility to take more measures and steps that contribute to reducing unemployment and would balance the labor market in Iraq.




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