Thursday, September 20, 2018

Expats

The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

Saudi tightens rules on prepaid SIM cards for expats

SAUDI telecom authorities recently tightened the rules for the use of prepaid SIM cards by expatriates living in the country.Expatriates can now subscribe to...

Filipinos in UAE warned against sex outside wedlock

“I wish to remind all my fellow Filipinos in Dubai and the Northern Emirates that premarital sex and sex outside wedlock is against UAE...

UAE resident jailed for threatening to publish fiancee’s nude photos

An Abu Dhabi resident has been sentenced to four years in jail for threatening to publish nude pictures of his fiancée on social media...

Saudi property market hit by expats leaving

As a number of expatriates have opted to send their families back home following the imposition of the dependents' annual fees beginning July 1,...

Late Wages for Migrant Workers at a Trump Golf Course in...

They are not inclined to complain, not about the merciless sun or the 110-degree heat, as they labor to transform the pale sands of...

Briton jailed in Dubai jail for ‘public indecency’ after brushing past...

Jamie Harron, 27, was arrested for alleged public indecencyA British electrician is facing up to three years in a Dubai jail after brushing an...

Saudi: No installments for dependents fees

RIYADH: The General Directorate of Passports reported that fees levied on dependents shall be paid at once, according to Al-Marsad.A resident in the Kingdom...

Revealed: Top 10 companies in the UAE in 2017

Amid mixed results in the Gulf as a whole this year there has been some positive momentum in the UAE, with the Dubai Financial...

Saudi hiking team travels 300,000 km to discover heritage sites

JEDDAH: The Saudi Arabia Hiking Team has traveled more than 300,000 km to introduce the world to the Kingdom’s mountains and mountaintops.The team consists...

Over 260,000 residence, labor violators arrested across Saudi Arabia

RIYADH: The joint field security campaign has apprehended 264,245 violators of residence, labor and border security regulations, the Saudi Press Agency said.The campaign kicked...
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