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Foreigner fees

Foreigner fees

Foreigners working or owning businesses in Cambodia must apply for work permits and

undergo mandatory medical checkups, a Ministry of Labor official said on January

9.

According to the official a work permit and "work book," containing the

details of an individual's salary, will cost $100 per year. Compulsory medical exams

for foreigners will cost an additional $15.

Staff of international organizations, NGOs and diplomats will be exempt from the

new requirements. The work permits and work books are required in addition to the

business visas already required by foreigners working in Cambodia, which cost $268

annually.

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