Temporary Employment Permit (TEP)

 

1.      Fully completed residence permit Application Form (IF5)

2.      Temporary Employment Permit (TEP) Application Form

3.      Application letter addressed to the Chief Director of Immigration, requesting for permit

4.      Two passport size photos

5.      Curriculum Vitae

6.      Contract of employment

7.      Copies of academic and professional certificates

8.      Passport bio-data page

9.      Chest X-ray certificate

10.  Advert in a local newspaper

11.  Curriculum Vitae for two shortlisted candidates including their contact details

12.  Police clearance from country of residence (not older than 6 months)

13.  Curriculum Vitae  of person identified to do understudy

14.  Professionals to be cleared by relevant authorities e.g Engineers to be cleared by Engineering Council of Zimbabwe.

15.  Private Voluntary Organization Certificate from social welfare for applicants under Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs)

16.  Support letter from line Ministry for Government supported projects or where companies were granted National Project Status

17.  Support letter from Relevant Regulatory Authority/Ministry

18.  Company profile

19.  Certificate of Incorporation

20.  Memorandum and Articles of Association

21.  CR6 (registered office address)

22.  CR14 (list of directors)

23.  Valid Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) Licence

24.  Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) Tax clearance certificate

25.  Site map and directions from the nearest town

26.  Mining companies to submit Environmental Impact Assessment certificates from Environmental Management Agency (EMA) and claim certificates from Ministry of Mines

27.  Current list of all expatriates and local employees (include National Social Security (NSSA) numbers, ID numbers and contact numbers)

28.  Statutory fee of USD$500 and USD$300 per family dependent, all non-refundable

NB:    

-          Application to be in duplicate

-          Copies of all documents to be sufficiently authenticated, those from outside Zimbabwe are to be notarized in the prescribed manner whilst those from within may be certified by commissioners of oaths

-          All translations to be in English and the copies of original documents to be tendered

-          Translations to be done by reputable  institutions (preferably government entities)

-          All extensions to be done three (3) months prior to expiry of current permit.

 

TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT PERMIT (TEP) EXTENSION

1.      Application letter addressed to the Chief Director of Immigration

2.      Copy of current Temporary Employment Permit (TEP)

3.      Curriculum Vitae  of qualified person doing understudy

4.      Progress report from the company

5.      Company bank statement (3 months)

6.      Proof of current status of investors (applicable to foreign owned companies)

7.      Bill of entry (applicable to machine and plant installation projects)

8.      Valid Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) licence

9.      Proof of contribution towards National Social Security (NSSA etc)

10.  Fidelity or Mineral Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ) invoices, applicable to mining companies

11.  Private Voluntary Organization Certificate from social welfare for applicants under Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs)

12.  Support letter from line Ministry for Government supported projects or where companies were granted National Project Status

13.  Support letter from Relevant Regulatory Authority/Ministry

14.  Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) tax clearance certificate for the company

15.  Proof of Pay as you earn tax (PAYE)

16.  Statutory fee of USD$500 and USD$300 per family dependent, all non-refundable

 

NB:

-          Application to be in duplicate

-          Copies of all documents to be sufficiently authenticated, those from outside Zimbabwe are to be notarized in the prescribed manner whilst those from within may be certified by commissioners of oaths

-          All translations to be in English and the copies of original documents to be tendered

-          Translations to be done by reputable  institutions (preferably government entities)

-          All extensions to be done three (3) months prior to expiry of current permit.