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Agency appointment formalities

To meet the requirements of the Bangladesh Ministry of Expatriate’s Welfare and Overseas Employment, a foreign Employer needs to prepare the following documents: 

AGENCY AGREEMENT:

An Agency Agreement is to be made between Employer and Recruiting Agent as per prevailing laws of both the countries they belong nationality stating with brief trems and conditions for recruitment of manpower from Bangladesh.

DEMAND LETTER: 

A formal letter of demand is to be issued by the Employer addressing the Recruiting Agent detailing with full job specification! categories, number of workers, monthly salary, contract period, working hours and all other facilities i.e food, accommodation, medical, air passage, insurance etc.

POWER OF ATTORNEY:  

 A letter is to be issued by Employer duly authorizing the said agent to act on behalf of the Employer for recruitment of workers as per demand letter and to carry out all necessary formalities related to respective Embassy and the related agencies of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.

CONSULAR LETTER / LETTER OF AUTHORITY:

The consulate of the Employer's Country in Dhaka Bangladesh requiring a letter of authority (Consular Letter) from the Employer authorizing Naz Associates. to recruit the workers on behalf of Employer and submit/collect passport form the cosulate. This letter of authority should be addressed to the chief of the consulate section.

VISA ADVICE:

 A Visa Advice is to be issued by the Ministry of Foreign affairs of the Employer's country mentioning detail information of Employer with necessary particulars of recruitment of manpower, if the recruitment involve more than one country, photocopy is enough but to be sealed & signed by the Employer properly.

CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT:

 This contract of Employment is made between the Employer and. the recruited Employee stating fully and precisely all Employment terms & conditions to be followed by the Employer and Employee during the whole contract period.

 N .B: All letters / documents related to agency appointment formalities except visa advice must be authenticated by the Embassy! High Commission of Bangladesh in Employer's country.