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I.5. Convention On Consular Relations (Excerpts)

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This chapter presents the convention on consular relations. Consular officers and consular employees and members of their families forming part of their households shall be exempt from all obligations under the laws and regulations of the receiving state in regard to the registration of aliens and residence permits. Members of the consular post shall, with respect to services rendered for the sending State, be exempt from any obligations in regard to work permits imposed by the laws and regulations of the receiving State concerning the employment of foreign labour. Personal baggage accompanying consular officers and members of their families forming part of their households shall be exempt from inspection.

Keywords: consular relations; foreign labour; residence permits

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