Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Expats

Latest updates on expats news in the GCC Countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Oman.

Kuwait Doubles Fees On Baby Delivery For Expat Women

The Kuwait health ministry approved a decision to increase the delivery (birth) charges for expatriates registered in the health insurance system to be effective as...

Kuwait: Ministries To Terminate More Than 700 Expats

Kuwait’s education and health ministries are expected to lay off hundreds of expatriates and replace them with Kuwaitis.The Gulf state’s Civil Service Commission urged...

Saudi: Government To Bear Expat Fees For Factory Workers

Saudi Arabia will waive the controversial fees it requires industrial companies to pay for their foreign workers for a period of five years, lightening...

Saudi: More than 3.87 Million Illegal Expats Arrested

Saudi authorities have arrested more than 3.87 million violators of residency, work and border security systems, according to an official report.Since the campaign began...

Saudi: Expat Father Arrested For Torturing His Baby Girl

Saudi Arabian police have arrested a Palestinian man accused of torturing his baby girl after a video of the abuse went viral on social media.Local...
Health Insurance For Expats Mandatory By 2020

Bahrain: Health Insurance For Expats Mandatory By 2020

A compulsory health insurance law for expatriates is expected to be issued and applied by the beginning of 2020 revealed the Vice-Chairman of Solidarity...

Bahrain Remains The Best Place For Expats In Middle East

Bahrain is ranked as the best place for expatriates to work and live in the Middle East, even as it dropped to the seventh...

Kuwait: New Quota System For Expat Communities

Kuwait is mulling a new law that will impose a quota system for expatriate communities, local media reported.The law, which could be introduced during...

No More Hiring Of Expat Teachers From Inside Kuwait

The Ministry of Education will not sign contracts with expatriate teachers and will cover shortages by hiring Kuwaiti graduates, children of Kuwaiti women and...
Bahrain-India Relations To Strengthen Following Modi’s Visit

Bahrain: Bahrain-India Relations To Strengthen Following Modi’s Visit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day visit to Bahrain concluded with highlighting aspects of joint cooperation in the investment, economic, commercial, health, scientific and...

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