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The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

Kuwait: Around 17,000 Illegal Foreigners Deported In 2018

Kuwait deported around 17,000 foreigners in 2018 for breaking the law, including traffic violations.The figure is much lower than that of the previous year...

6.7% Of Bahrain’s Assets Are In The Hands Of Non-Residents

Non-residents possess 6.7% of the Kingdom’s assets, according to Bahrain Foreign Investment Survey.The Information and eGovernment Authority (iGA) in collaboration with the Economic Development...

Saudi Landlords File Lawsuits After Expats Shut Shops And Leave

The owners of many commercial buildings in Madinah have filed lawsuits against Saudi citizens who have refused to pay shop rents after expatriates running...

Saudi Arabia Announces New Salary Policy For Private Sector

The Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) in Saudi Arabia will provide 30% of the salaries of male and female Saudis working in private sector...

Oman: Expat Visa Ban Creates Around 64,000 Omani Jobs

 More than 64,000 jobs have been created for Omanis in the private sector, one year since the visa ban issued by the Ministry of...

Bahrain To Launch World’s Largest Underwater Theme Park

Bahrain announces the launch of the world’s largest underwater theme park, covering an area of over 100,000 square meters.The eco-friendly project will be undertaken...

Abu Dhabi: Disputes Of 400 Workers Settled In Record Time

As many as 400 workers’ disputes were amicably resolved by the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) and it also helped them settle about Dh3...

Saudi: Expat Made SR14 Million In ‘Double Money Magic’ Scam

An expat was arrested by the Police in Riyadh who made SR14 million from a scam in which he promised to double people’s money using...

UAE: One Of The Top-Five Best Places For Expats

The UAE is the fourth-best country in the world for expatriates looking to work abroad, according to newly released data from HSBC’s Expat Explorer...

No More Six-Month Visa For Job-Seekers In UAE

The six-month jobseekers visa scheme, made available to violators seeking the UAE amnesty programme, ended on December 31, officials clarified.Both Amer and General Directorate...
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