Wednesday, March 20, 2019

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The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

Nearly 4,000 Sri Lankan migrant workers return home from Kuwait

Nearly 4,000 Sri Lankan migrant workers who have been overstaying in Kuwait are getting ready to return or have returned to the island within...

130 more distressed OFWs left Kuwait

Another batch of undocumented overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) from Kuwait numbering 130 returned to the country on Sunday, bringing to nearly 1,500 the number...

Kuwait’s Ministry of Education sets July 1 deadline to terminate expats’...

KUWAIT CITY - Civil Service Commission (CSC) has set July 1, 2018 as deadline for the Ministry of Education to terminate the contracts of...

Oman’s Ministry of Manpower ends deals with 199 companies for lack...

Oman’s Ministry of Manpower has ended deals with 199 companies because they did not employ enough local citizens, national daily Times of Oman reported.According...

World’s best expat destination is in the Gulf but may surprise...

Bahrain has been named the top expat destination in the world, making huge improvements last year, according to a survey of almost 13,000 expatriates...

Expat falls to death

Hidd: A 55-years-old worker died after he sustained serious injuries following a fall from an under-construction building in Hidd yesterday. The accident took place in the morning,...

Most beggars in Oman are expatriates

Muscat: Expats and illegal migrants - some under the age of 12 - made up over 80 per cent of those caught begging on the...

Departure of expatriates seriously affects real estate market

KUWAIT CITY: Secretary of Kuwait Real Estate Association Qais Al-Ghanem affirmed that the real estate market in the country has been seriously affected by...

‘Dead’ sponsor sends end-of-service benefits to domestic aide who left KSA...

RIYADH: In a rare humanitarian gesture, a “deceased” Saudi sponsor sent end-of-service benefits to his domestic aide who left the Kingdom 22 years ago. The...

Saudi: Cancel expat levy, JCCI tells ministry as 15.6% of companies...

The Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) has asked the Ministry of Labor and Social Development (MLSD) to cancel expat levy for firms...
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