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

Iftar

Bahrain: Capital Governorate Hosts Daily Iftar For 850 Expatriates

The Governor of the Capital Governorate hosts iftar for 850 expatriates for 30 days of Ramadan at the Manama Souq. To strengthen the relationship...

Saudi Allocates $3.1 Billion To Help Companies With Expat Fee Hikes

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has approved a scheme to reimburse some of the companies who struggled to pay steadily increasing fees for expatriate work...

Bahrain: Report On ‘Deporting All Expats In 38 professions’ Refuted

Officials representing the Ministry of Labour and Social Development have deemed the news posted by online news portal Arabia Today as ‘illegitimate’ and an...

Vehicle registration and licensing fees revised across UAE

Abu Dhabi: A new unified federal fee structure for vehicle registration and testing as well as driver licensing has come into effect nationwide, according...

Omanisation Replaces Thousands Of Expats In Health Sector

Nearly 3,000 expats employed in Oman’s health sector were replaced in 2018 as the ongoing Omanization project aimed at reducing unemployment levels among the...

Kuwait: poor priced out of health–expats to suffer

From the month of October, the majority of expatriates in Kuwait will not be able to afford healthcare services in the country, due to...

Saudi: Four Expats Executed For Drug Trafficking In Mecca

Saudi Arabia's interior ministry said four people were executed on Monday for drug trafficking, including one woman, bringing to 53 the number of people...

Man jailed for embezzlement in Bahrain

Manama : The First High Criminal Court yesterday sentenced an accountant to five year imprisonment for embezzlement. The Asian national was found guilty for embezzling over BD25,...

Kuwait: The Effects of Expats’ Departure On Real Estate Market

A number of real estate experts affirmed that the recent departure of a large number of expatriates from the country did not negatively impact...

UAE: New law targets beggars with heavy fines and jail time

The UAE has passed an anti-begging Federal Law, which punishes anyone caught begging in the country with a Dh5,000 fine and up to three...
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