Employment of foreign nationals Sample Clauses

Employment of foreign nationals. The Concessionaire acknowledges, agrees and undertakes that employment of foreign personnel by the Concessionaire and/or its contractors and their sub-contractors shall be subject to grant of requisite regulatory permits and approvals including employment/residential visas and work permits, if any required, and the obligation to apply for and obtain the same shall and will always be of the Concessionaire and, notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreement, refusal of or inability to obtain any such permits and approvals by the Concessionaire or any of its contractors shall not constitute Force Majeure Event, and shall not in any manner excuse the Concessionaire from the performance and discharge of its obligations and liabilities under this Agreement.
Employment of foreign nationals. Federal law requires all employees to satisfactorily complete an I-9 Form (Employment Eligibility Verification) within three days of employment. For Charter School employees who are not also LCPS employees, the Charter School will review each I-9 and its supporting documentation with the Department of Personnel Services and obtain its approval before completing the employer portion of the I-9 form. Once approved, the Charter School will have full responsibility for compliance with the Federal Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. For LCPS employees assigned to the Charter School, the Department of Personnel Services will handle all employment actions regarding LCPS employees regarding any immigration or work authorization issues including the proper completion of the I-9 form. The Charter School shall keep the Department of Personnel Services apprised of any changes in immigration status of which it may become aware. The Charter School shall not sponsor any candidates on an H-1B visa. Neither LCPS nor the Charter School shall knowingly employ any unauthorized alien as defined by the Federal Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. All employees must remain legally eligible for employment during the course of their employment. Employment shall not be promised to any individual not currently eligible for employment in the United States or currently not eligible for employment with the Charter School without prior consultation with the Department of Personnel Services. As stated, the Charter School must have the approval from the School Board’s Department of Personnel Services prior to hiring any employee and all employees must be and remain legally eligible for employment in the United States at the time of hire and thereafter.
Employment of foreign nationals. The Company/Consortium acknowledges, agrees and undertakes that employment of foreign personnel by the Company/Consortium shall be subject to grant of requisite regulatory permits and approvals including employment/residential visas and work permits, if any required.
Employment of foreign nationals. The pertinent contract paragraph below shall be changed adding capitalized words and deleting strikethroughs: