Monday, January 21, 2019

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The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

Saudi: Around 2.3 Million Illegal Expats Arrested In 13 Months

More than 2.37 million foreigners who were living in the country in violation of residency and labour regulations have been arrested by the Saudi...

An Interview With M. A. Yusuff Ali – MD & Chairman...

Gulf Insider honours the top Non Residential Indian (NRI) leaders in Bahrain on the occasion of India’s 70th Republic Day celebrations.Our interview with M. A. Yusuff...

An Interview With Dr. Ravi Pillai – Chairman, RP Group of...

Gulf Insider honours the top Non Residential Indian (NRI) leaders in Bahrain on the occasion of India’s 70th Republic Day celebrations.On this regard, Gulf Insider...

Oman: Expats Banned In Certain Private Sector Education Jobs

Oman has issued a ban on expats holding certain positions in private higher education institutions and private training institutions.The new decree issued by the...

UAE: Fines Worth Millions Of Dirhams Waived For Expats

Millions of dirhams worth of fines were waived during the UAE’s five-month amnesty on illegal immigrants, according to the Federal Authority for Identity and...

New Smarter Generation Of Bahrain’s ID Card Unveiled

The ID card is receiving an upgrade to enhance its technological features, according to the Bahrain News Agency.His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad...

Saudi: Three Expats Executed For Smuggling Drugs

A Pakistani national and two Egyptians have been executed in the Makkah area of Jeddah and in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia for smuggling drugs, the...

Saudi: Expat Remittances Drop By 17.6%

Remittances by expatriates fell by 17.6%, reaching SR9.9 billion in November as against SR12.02 billion in November last year, according to Saudi Arabian Monetary...

Saudi: Around 500,000 Employees Quit Labour Market In 3 Months

As many as 554,357 Saudi and expatriate employees have quit the labour market during the fourth quarter of 2018, a section of the local...

Saudization In Groceries To Drop Expat Remittances By SR6 Billion

A number of economists expect the Saudization of jobs in groceries to remarkably reduce annual remittances by expatriate workers. They said the remittances would...
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