Contributed by: AnonymousA resolution from the Ministry of Labor that regulates the processing of work permits for humanitarian reasons to foreigners living in Panama was signed yesterday.
It states the permits are granted under the process of extraordinary migratory regularization called “Panama, Crisol de Razas (Melting Pot)”, which will be held in the province of Panama from May 27th to June 3rd of this year.
Foreigners living in Panama may attend the Robert Duran arena for this transaction during those days. They must take two Passport photos, a request for such transaction, a resolution from the National Service of Migration (SNM) certifying that they have provisional permit of residence, and a notarized copy of the SNM license stating the residence permit.
The work permit will cost $500 plus bank charges of $1.00.(Critica)