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Qatar revamps work visa rules for expats

Qatar government has brought in new changes to the procedures for recruiting workers from abroad thus regulating the entry, exit and residency of expatriates,said a report, citing a senior official of the Ministry of Interior. &nb

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Bahrain to launch flexible work visas from April

A pilot project aimed at helping thousands of illegal workers in Bahrain regularise their status will be launched in April, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication. To read further, please visit

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Kuwait deports 20,000 illegal expats

Kuwait has deported 20,000 expatriates in the first nine months of the year for their non-compliance with the residence and labour laws, a report said. Some 7,000 more expatriates will be deported when paper work regarding their s

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Saudi to allow expats with new work visas

The Saudi Arabian government has begun permitting companies to recruit expatriates who are in the process of rectifying their work status, said a report. Expats who leave the Kingdom on an exit visa can now return, the moment they

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New Bahrain office to ease visa process

A new office, which will work in tandem with Bahrain's General Directorate of Nationality, Passports and Residence Affairs (GDNPR), will process residence permit and work visa applications for expatriates in the kingdom. It opened y

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UAE considers grace period on cancelled visas

Individuals whose work visas have been cancelled following redundancy, may soon be able to stay in the UAE for a longer period of time to find work, according to a report. At present, UAE labour and immigration laws require expats who have

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Bahrain issuing 500 visas a day

More than 500 new work visas a day are now being issued by the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA). The daily inflow of new visa applications is steadily increasing, said LMRA e-services and public relations manager Waheed Al Balushi

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LMRA to issue work visas

Bahrain's Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) will start accepting applications for new work visas for expatriates from tomorrow, taking over from the Labour Ministry. Only those private sector employers, who have cleansed the data

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Qatar revamps work visa rules

Qatar government has brought in new changes to the procedures for recruiting workers from abroad thus regulating the entry, exit and residency of expatriates,said a report, citing a senior official of the Ministry of Interior. &nb

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