Selection Procedure


Requirement of Legal Documents from Employer Company
Requirements for legal documents vary from country to country. Common to all are 5 legal documents as detailed below. These documents should be on Employer Company Letterhead, properly signed and stamped by company authority. These documents should get attested by the Chamber of Commerce and or the Nepal Embassy of the respective country. In the case of Saudi Arabia, attestation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA ) in addition is mandatory. For Malaysia, Notery Public Attestation and Nepal Embassy Attestation are needed.

Demand Letter
A letter from the Employer Company mentioning the number of workers required, salary scale, duty hours, food accommodation and other facilities provided.

Power of Attorney
Authorizing our company to be a true and lawful attorney and agent in this country.

Employment Contract
Service Contract between the employer and the employee mentioning salary and benefits offered to the employee with detailed terms and conditions.

Agency Agreement
A commercial contract between the employer and our agency, duly signed and stamped by both parties.

Letter to the Labor Department of the respective country (Guarantee Letter)
The Employer Company should address the Labor Department of Nepal regarding the demand requesting further permission from the Government of Nepal.

Visa Processing

The principal will furnish us with a power of Attorney duly authorizing it to carry on the supply of Nepalese Manpower, including meeting up all the necessary formalities as regards to passports, visa from respective Embassies, Medical Check-up etc. which are directly connected with the trade. The power of Attorney must be attested by the Nepal Embassy existing in the country of employment and endorsed by its Chamber of Commerce and Industry/ Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Principal will issue Letter of Authority in favour of the agent addressed to the Consulate General of the concerned Embassy in Nepal intimating him that we are appointed as their Manpower Recruiting Agent which is fully authorized to deal with all visa matters, submission and delivery, with the said Embassy, mentioning the visa number and the date of issue etc. in the letter.

The Visa Advice, also duly endorsed and attested as stated above should reach the concerned Embassy, a photocopy of which should simultaneously reach us for its presentation to the concerned Embassy.

The Principal will formally issue Demand Letter in favour of our company in which following should clearly be stated: the job categories, number of workers required category-wish, monthly salaries stating name of currency, period of contract and other amenities for workers at site such as Food, Medical Treatment and Accommodation, which in most cases, are provided free of cost or alternatively allowance payable in lieu thereof. This Demand Letter must be duly endorsed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of Nepal existing in the country of employment


  • Arrange timely receipt of the workers at the airport.
  • Inform Gorkhas about the receipt of the workers.
  • Advance payment of an amount to each worker on arrival in the country of work (deductible from monthly salary).
  • Arrange furnished housing accommodation suitable for human living.
  • Ensure water and electricity are in the living place.
  • Ensure full security of the workers in the living and working places, especially in cases of female workers.
  • Timely payment of salary for every working month.
  • Keeping updated the validity of the passport, residence permit/employment visa of the workers.
  • Treating workers as human beings.
  • Proper medical treatment of the workers in case of any sickness/accident.
  • Inform Gorkhas of any problem that requires handling from our end.

Follow the terms of the agreement signed between the Employer and the Workers Employers Responsibility