Permit may refer to:
- Permit (fish), a game fish of the western Atlantic ocean belonging to the Carangidae family, Trachinotus falcatus
- Various legal licenses:
- Work permit, legal authorization which allows a person to take employment
- Learner's permit, restricted license that is given to a person who is learning to drive
- International Driving Permit, allows an individual to drive a private motor vehicle in another nation
- Disabled parking permit, displayed upon a vehicle carrying a person whose mobility is significantly impaired
- Protest permit, permission granted by a governmental agency for a demonstration
- Construction permit, required in most jurisdictions for new construction, or adding on to pre-existing structures
- Filming Permit, required in most jurisdictions for filming motion pictures and television
- Home Return Permit, Mainland (China) Travel Permit for Hong Kong and Macao Residents
- One-way Permit, document issued by the PRC allowing residents of mainland China to leave the mainland for Hong Kong
Other articles related to "permit, permits":
... nationals Residence status 18% permanent legal residence 23% time-limited work permit 31% open-ended permit 10% residence permit (studies, temporary work) 18 ...
... All sellers must receive a special permit by the government in order to be able to sell produce in a people's market ... There are two kind of permits the "producer's permit" for the "producers", and the "professional's permit" for the "professionals" ... Permits, by law, are not given to "producers" over 65 years old or "professionals" over 55 years old ...
... A permit is required to travel down the Middle Fork of the Salmon River ... Getting a permit is not very easy ... To become a permit holder you have to be 18 years old ...
... are required to maintain an outfitters permit ... USDA Forest Service calls this a special-use permit ... A separate permit is required if the pack station or wilderness caches are located on public land ...
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