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Labor Laws in Cuba

  • Annual Leave: 30 days
  • Maternity Leave: 12 weeks
  • Public Holidays: 10
  • Workweek: 40-44 hours per week.

Income Tax in Cuba

Individual income taxes are progressive, ranging from 15% to 50% based on the worker’s earnings.

Social Security in Cuba

Employers contribute 14% of payroll to social security.

Employees pay a special contribution of 5% on income up to $625 (USD) and 10% on income above that threshold.

Value Added Tax (VAT) in Cuba

Types of Work Visas in Cuba:

  • Cuba Business Visa:For business-related travel, requiring authorization from the commercial office at the Cuban Embassy, a valid passport, a passport-size photo, health insurance, and payment of the visa fee.
  • Cuba Study Visa:For studying in Cuban educational institutions, necessitating a birth certificate, high school diploma, Spanish language proficiency proof, health certificate, valid passport, payment of the visa fee, and other specific requirements.
  • Cuba Work Visa:For working in Cuba, applicants need residency permission, relevant qualifications, financial proof, police clearance, medical certificate, passport, payment of the visa fee, and other necessary documents.

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