Dear Seniors.
Want to know can we employ the candidate who is Having Nepal citizen ship? if yes, tell me the List of documents which need to be taken care in this kind of matter and what are the legal documents are their to support this.
your revert is so imp for me.
thanks in advance.
regards,
vanitahr

From India, Silvassa
Dear vanita,
of course u can hire , only if your company policies allows.
There are some confidential feilds where foreigners cannot work untill or unless it is registered in near by police station or Embassy.
Thanks
Daljeet Singh .

From India
Dear Vanita,

YES!! a Nepali citizen can be employed in India, as well as an Indian citizen in Nepal. You have to ensure that the documents are proper and legal for both the parties.

According to the pact signed by both the countries (India and Nepal) in 1950, they are also applicable to regular employee benefits. Even the Indian government has been employing Gurkhas (citizen of Nepal) in Defense (all the three wings) and they are also applicable in most of the UPSC examination. The eligibility sections contains "Indian citizen or a subject of Nepal" when seen in Employment News or Online while appearing for the examination.

Any kind of VISAs or work permits are not mandatory to do so between the two countries, just proper legal documents are required for verification and identification of the individuals as in the case of Indian citizens. There are many Indian citizens working in the border areas in Nepal in various industries like garments, retail, education, etc. These two countries share open border in which both the parties are allowed to stay and work.

I hope this will help.

Regards.

Madan S.T.

From India, Bangalore
Hi, Vanitha, Use the links provided on your screen, this subject matter was already discussed in this forum. Also U can use 'Search' option to find out your needed links. All the best.
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