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International students holding D-2 and D-4 visas must obtain permission from the immigration office before starting any part-time work. The allowed fields of work include general interpretation, translation, food service assistance, general office assistance, tourism assistance, and duty-free shop sales assistance.
International students can work a maximum of 20 hours per week at up to two locations between Monday and Friday during the semester. However, they can work without any time or location restrictions on holidays, Saturdays, Sundays, and during vacation periods.
You have to visit immigration office with required document. Or, you can use HireVisa+ Career service to get help with getting permission.
You have to prepare following documents: Passport, Registration Card, Integrated Application Form, Part-time Employment Confirmation Letter (specifying the work period, working days/hours), Academic Transcript, Language Proficiency Proof, Copy of the employer's business registration certificate, Copy of the Standard Labor Contract (specifying the work period, working days/hours)