Ministry of Interior meet to consider alternative voucher options to speed up process The UAE's Ministry of Interior (MoI) is studying a proposal to do away with residence visa stamping on passports of expatriates. Currently, all UAE residents are required to stamp their passports with the residence visa. The proposal was discussed during a meeting of the directors-general of the residency and foreigners affairs departments of the MoI. Read Also: HAPPY NEWS For EXPATS! NOW you can Legally work PART TIME in UAE while you’re working for another COMPANY! They reviewed the necessary procedures and alternatives for doing away with the stamping procedure. The proposal is designed to achieve the objectives of the MoI to boost its smart services offerings. The ministry is in the process
Salary deduction by UAE Firms become the mostly discussed topic on our platform and we have been asked many times for the solution. Employees especially those who are earning from 1500 to 2500 AED per month are afraid and feeling fearful to speak up with their Employers. As per the research 70% of worker are worried about losing their jobs or facing ban. So, we have decided to write few lines to reduce the fear of employees by writing authentic and informative articles regarding “Salary Deduction in UAE”. Hope it will give some sort of confidence to all those who are facing salary deduction issues in United Arab Emirates. Salary Deduction by Employer is illegal: Please note that your employer (company) cannot deduct a portion of worker salary without a valid or solid reason.
Calculating your end-of-service (gratuity) pay is important. Knowing how the total sum is reached will help you identify any errors made by your company. Before attempting the calculation, it is important that you read the UAE Labour Law as set out by the Ministry of Labour. Click here. It is important to note that the calculations for gratuity pay are different depending on whether you’re on a Limited (Fixed Term) contract or Unlimited (Undefined) contract. If you are terminated from your job, unless you break the rules as stated in Article 139 of the Labour Law, the employee is still entitled to gratuity pay. If the employee resigns of his or her own free will before completing one year, than they will not be entitled to any gratuity pay. Note Gratuity pay is calculated based o
If a complaint is filed against the worker by a third party and the worker is acquitted, that party will have to pay the remuneration of the worker during the detention. Penalties for Violators: Violators of the law will receive tough penalties including prison terms and hefty fines. A worker who fails to keep in confidence secrets of his employer even after the term of employment shall receive a prison term of up to six months, a fine of up to 100,000 AED or both. Those who encourage a domestic worker to quit his job or offer shelter to him or her or stop law enforcement officers from doing their jobs shall receive the same penalty and the court may also order deportation after the prison term is served. Placement agencies which break the law shall be punished with a fine of u...
This year's Eid Al Adha is likely to fall on Friday, September 1, 2017. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Wednesday declared a 16-day holiday for the festival of Eid Al Adha. The holiday period will begin on the end of Thursday, Dhu Al Hijjah 2, 1438. Work will resume on Dhu Al Hijjah 19, 1438. This year's Eid Al Adha is likely to fall on Friday, September 1, 2017, or Dhu Al Hijjah 10, 1438. According to details available on Islamic Affairs & Charitable Activities Department of the Government of Dubai, the festival will be observed on September 1, subject to moon sighting. Eid Al Adha celebrations come after the Haj -- the important annual Islamic pilgrimage to Makkah, the holy city in Saudi Arabia. الخدمة المدنية : إجازة عيد الأضحى المبارك 16 يوماً تبدأ بنهاية
Do you know the category of industries (professions) in UAE that are able tochange their sponsors (job) any time? Beloware the Industries where a candidate, employee or worker can change his/her sponsor/job at any time. Article 2 of Ministerial order no (13) of 1991: The organization of the transfer of sponsorship of non-national labours the rules governing the same’ which states: “Non-national laborers may be allowed to transfer one job to another and hence transfer of their sponsorship if they fall under the following categories”: 1: Engineers. 2: Doctors. 3: Pharmacists. 4: Nurses (Male + Female). 5: Agricultural Guides. 6: Qualified Accountants. 7: Qualified Account Auditors. 8: Qualified Administrative Officials. 9: Technicians operating on electronic e
Due to Low salary and some financial issues many of us want to earn some extra cash, we are going to write few lines regarding “How to work part time in UAE legally”? There is often a misconception that nobody can work part time in UAE and you might be flouting law while doing so. Let us clear that the (MOHRE) Ministry of Human Resources & Emiratisation allows you to go for a part-time job by obtaining a part time work permit. What is part time work permit? Part time or Temporary work permit is a permit under which UAE Expats can work anywhere in UAE after completing their duties with existing employers. Who can apply for a part time work permit? A temporary work permit and a part-time work permit shall be issued to the following categories: 1: Employees (workers)
Two Emirati suspects confessed to raping one of the victims The Dubai public Prosecution is interrogating five UAE nationals and four Asians, who were arrested by Dubai Police for robbing seven Asians, including six women, as well as raping a woman at a brothel. The Operation Room of Dubai Police's recently received a call at 3 am about a rape and theft incident in a house located in the city's Al Waheed area. A police patrol team was dispatched to the location and discovered that six Asian women and a man, who had been working as prostitutes, were robbed. The 35-year-old male suspect, Sh.b and women - 24-year-old M.A, 23-year-old B.T, 20-year-old Sh .P, 25-year-old M.B, 28-year-old B.A and 31 year old A.M told the police that they called the police to report about a rob
The roof fell on one side of the room, and not directly on the family members. A mother and her daughters were injured after the roof of a room in their house in Sharjah collapsed on them. The operations room of Sharjah Police received a call on Wednesday that an accident had taken place in a residential building in Al Yarmook area in Sharjah. A team of police personnel and ambulance was dispatched to the site, where they found that the roof of the bedroom had collapsed when the mother, 30, and her daughters were in the room, at around 2pm. Luckily, the roof collapsed on one side of the room, and not on the family. The mother suffered fractures on her leg, and will have to undergo operation. One of the daughters, 4, was hurt in her head and was bleeding, while the othe...
The structure will surpass Dubai's Burj Khalifa as world's tallest building Dubai property developers, Emaar, tweeted an aerial shot of Dubai's - and most probably the world's - next tallest tower's (The Tower) foundation, and it is huge! Earlier this year in May, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, had reviewed the progress in the construction of The Tower at Dubai Creek Harbour, the iconic observation tower that defines a new skyline for the nation. Sheikh Mohammed was accompanied during the tour by Sheikh Hamdan, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, and Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundatio...