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

Bahrain: LMRA launches flexible work permit

The Labor Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) launched the flexible work permit allowing illegal workers - who meet conditions - to work and reside in...

New savings plan for UAE expatriates proposed

Dubai: A new study has recommended the establishment of a savings investment fund, which would replace the traditional end-of-service gratuity, for expatriate workers who...

Bahrain: Man jailed for abducting a child in Hoora

A Bahraini man was sentenced to twelve-and-a-half years imprisonment yesterday for abducting a five-year-old girl from her mum’s car in Hoora. The case was reported on...

Restaurant Deals Signed To Increase Saudization Level To 30%

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development has signed an agreement with the Association of the Restaurants and Cafes and the Human Resources Development...

Kuwait: Lawmaker Claims 30% Of Expats ‘Useless’

A senior lawmaker said that over 30% of the 3.3 million expatriates living and working in the country are “not useful”, and the government...

Why your UAE visa application may be rejected

Millions come to UAE from around the world every year. Be it as a tourist or to settle in the country as an expat,...

Saudization Campaign Drives Expats To Seasonal Jobs

Many employed people also ventured into seasonal businesses to supplement their income. But this is no longer the case. The Saudization campaign in various...

Oman: Gang Of Expats Arrested For Electronic Fraud

A gang of expats has been arrested on charges of electronic fraud in Al Mabailah, the Royal Oman Police (ROP) has announced. In a statement...

Indians promised jobs in Kuwait arrested at airport with fake tickets

 MUMBAI, Nov 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Mumbai police have arrested 30 men trying to fly to Kuwait on fake tickets and visas and...

Oman, UAE – Staring at traffic accidents is a violation

Slowing down to goggle at traffic accidents can lead to a hefty fine, warns Abu Dhabi Police. Rubbernecking or staring at road accidents is considered...
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