The Lebanese government determines which jobs are forbidden to foreigners

The Lebanese government determines which jobs are forbidden to foreigners
The Lebanese government determines which jobs are forbidden to foreigners
وحصل “The Bulletin” website On a copy of the Lebanese Minister’s decision, uploaded No. 1/96, regarding the professions that should be restricted to Lebanese only. Which came as follows:

1.

All works of public administrations, public institutions and municipalities.

2.

Professions regulated by law and which restrict the right to exercise them to members of the Profession Syndicate (such as: law, engineering, medicine, pharmacy, topographer).

3.

All business, import, export and wholesale.

4.

Businesses related to all kinds of tourism professions.

5.

All businesses of whatever nature in the banking, financial and insurance sectors.

6.

Administrative work in all its forms, whatever the institution or company.

7.

Businesses related to the health sector: all businesses in pharmacies, drug stores, laboratories, and clinics.

8.

Works related to educational professions in pre-university, vocational and technical education.

9.

Business related to media and advertising: advertising design, promotion, advertisements, public relations, broadcaster, journalist and media with the exception of the correspondent.

10.

In the construction and works sector: trade and manufacture of building materials, surveying and mapping works, and clearing construction transactions.

11.

Craft professions that are not regulated by law, whether there is a trade union or not, especially and for example: manufacturing and selling jewelry, sewing and fashion design, women’s and men’s hairdressing salons, printing, binding and publishing works, sea fishing and the manufacture and trade of all marine products, etc..

12.

Service professions: the guard, the guard, the private security, the driver, the delivery man.

13.

In general, all jobs and professions that Lebanese workers are available to occupy.

The following are excluded from the decision:

1.

Palestinians born on Lebanese territory and officially registered in the records of the Lebanese Ministry of Interior and Municipalities, and foreigners whose mother is Lebanese or married to a Lebanese woman, and those born in Lebanon who hold a Maktoumi card, with adherence to the conditions of professions regulated by law.

2.

The Minister is responsible for granting a work permit to a foreign worker of the third category, and as an exception to the principle of restricting professions to Lebanese in the event that no Lebanese are available, provided that the ratios of foreign workers to Lebanese must be taken into account, so that the general ratio in all the mentioned institutions and interests, for example, is three Lebanese for every foreigner, with the exception of From this ratio: restaurants, where the ratio is five Lebanese against a foreigner, and in establishments that employ cleaning workers or delivery workers, or work of washing, lubricating, and ovens, so that the ratio is a Lebanese man against a foreigner. As for the establishments that undertake construction work, the ratio is one Lebanese to three foreigners.

3.

The Minister may grant an exception to a company or institution that has brought in foreigners, provided that the justification for the request is based on serious and convincing reasons.

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