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Bahrain readying plan to combat illegal workers

Bahrain is finalising a draft plan on combating illegal expatriate workers, said a report in our sister paper Akhbar Al Khaleej. Labour Minister Jameel Humaidan said that the blueprint would be referred soon to the Cabinet.

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Bahrain steps up crackdown on illegal workers

The Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) has unveiled plans to step up inspections at trade, industrial and tourism establishments as part of efforts to address the issue of illegal workers, a report said. LMRA chief executiv

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Bahrain to blacklist firms with illegal workers

Employers in Bahrain caught hiring illegal workers will be blacklisted and could face up to two years in jail and a fine of BD4,000 ($10,550), said a senior government official. Those sheltering illegal workers who have run away f

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Saudi labour crackdown starts hitting economy

The impact of Saudi Arabia's crackdown on illegal foreign workers is spreading through its economy, moving beyond the labour-intensive construction industry to sectors as far afield as banking and telecommunications. Nearly 1

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New clamp on illegal workers in Bahrain

Embassies in Bahrain have pledged to help the government crackdown on illegal workers after new figures showed they have reached nearly 50,000, a report said. A new wave of inspections is being launched by the Labour Ministry in c

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49,000 illegal expat workers in Bahrain

The number of illegal expatriate workers in Bahrain, most of who come from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, has reached 49,000, a senior government official said. The ministry is co-ordinating efforts with the Labour Market Regulat

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Bahrain deports over 2,000 illegal workers

Bahrain has deported a total of 2,207 illegal workers during the past three months in a crackdown launched by the Nationality, Passport and Residence Affairs and the Labour Market Regulatory Authority. Interior Ministry Under-Secr

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Bahrain plans crackdown on illegal workers

A new crackdown has been launched to curb rising numbers of illegal workers in Bahrain, said a top official, adding that 52,000 expatriates are now living in the kingdom without the proper paperwork. "The number of illegal wo

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Saudi to intensify illegal workers crackdown

Saudi Arabia will take new steps, including jail terms for small business owners and the hiring of 1,000 inspectors, to crack down on foreigners working illegally in the world's top oil exporter, Labour Minister Adel al-Fakieh said.

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Illegal workers in Bahrain held

The Interior Ministry's nationality, passports and residence directorate arrested 54 illegal workers of different nationalities in Bahrain. Nine of those arrested, including housemaids, were wanted in different security related cases.

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