Work Permits, Employment Qualifications, Employer Problems
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Richard - thanks for sending me the information about Article 51. I have a question that I think was not fully resolved in another thread about the status of freelancers in relation to the OWP.
Is it your own interpretation of the law that freelancers who do not set foot in a company's office do not need the OWP? I have studied the information you sent (with the help of my wife!) and can not find anything which refers to this, or for that matter, anything that may be interpreted as such. Surely, work is work wherever you do it?
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