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Ghana permit Holders are required to register

In mid-September the Ghanaian immigration service made it compulsory for all work and residence permit holders (Including spouses and children) to register. Upon registering a Non-citizen registration card will be provided and will be required for working and living within the country. The Ghanaian Government plans to have every foreign national registered.

Sterling would like to advise assignees traveling to Ghana, to register upon arrival.


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