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|Overview||Chad obtained its independence from France on 11 August 1960. It is currently divided into 23 regions, with N’Djamena as the capital. It has a presidential republic form of government. The official languages are French and Arabic.|
Everyone needs a visa except passport holders from Benin, Burkina-Faso, Cameroon, Republic of Central Africa, Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and Niger.
To apply for a visa you will need;
The visa issued is valid for one month but you can extend your stay in Chad once you are in the country.
|Work Permit||Immigration is one of the primary concerns for anybody hoping to start working in Chad. Permanent employees will find it easy to get their Chad work permit because they’ll receive “sponsorship” for their entire stay from their prospective employer. The Chadian work permit is dependent on this sponsorship because it confirms that you’ll be earning money during your stay in the country. Contracting in Chad is more difficult because the work permit is tied to one employer, so you have to change it to suit each new contract. Thankfully, umbrella companies provide a convenient and effective solution to this issue.|
|Tax & Social Security||Whether you’re a contractor or a permanent employee, you have to pay tax on all of your earnings whilst you’re in the country. As well as paying tax in Chad, you might also still be eligible to pay some tax in your home country, and understanding the legislation behind this can be a challenge. Double taxation in Chad will depend on your nationality and the nature of your assignment in Chad.|
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|Climate||Chad has a hot and tropical climat. The southern rainy season runs May-October.|
|Things to do||Zakouma National Park, Lakes of Ounianga, Guelta d’Archei|
|Food to try||Daraba, Esh, Kisser|
|Transport||Mostly taxis and car rentals|
|Where Expats hang out||Online forums|