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You need Dubai Police permit to work night shifts

You need Dubai Police permit to work night shifts

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Here's how one can avail the service Dubai residents working on night shifts are now required to get a permit from the Dubai Police. The process requires filling a form for permit to be filled up by those opting for working night shifts. According to the website of the Dubai Police, here's how one can avail the service: The beneficiaries All residents of the UAE doing night shifts are eligible for the service Procedures and documentation The following would be required prior to or during the service: Identification proof of the applicant 1: A letter of request indicating the reasons for working outside the usual working hours and names of persons working at the site 2: Identification proof of persons working at the site 3:Copy of the establishment signatory c...
UAE weather: Temperatures dip to 3.8 °C

UAE weather: Temperatures dip to 3.8 °C

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The weather today is expected to remain fair and partly cloudy. As the winter season sets in, there has been a constant dip in the minimum temperature in the UAE. The minimum temperature today stood at 3.8 degree Celsius, lowest so far. It was recorded at Damtha at 6:30am. Rakha reported a minimum of 4.2 degrees while Jais mountain was chilling at 4.7 degree Celsius. pic.twitter.com/on6G2RcceT — المركز الوطني للأرصاد (@NCMS_media) December 6, 2017 The weather today is expected to remain fair and partly cloudy. There are chances of rain in some parts of the country, National Center of Metrology and Seismology (NCMS) stated. "The amounts of low clouds will increase over some areas, becoming convective at times, especially over western coasts and Islands with probability
Employer should pay 50% extra salary for working on national holiday

Employer should pay 50% extra salary for working on national holiday

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Does your job profile require you to work on national holidays in the UAE? Question: What is the law regarding companies making its employees work on national holidays like National Day, etc? Our Dubai-based, non-free zone company makes all employees work on national holidays and gives compensatory days off later. Is this legal? Answer: Pursuant to your query, an employer may ask its employees to work on national holidays and compensate its employees by granting a day off on another day provided the employer pays 50 per cent extra remuneration for working on a national holiday. In the event the employer does not grant compensatory leave to its employees, the employer should pay its employees a bonus equal to 150 per cent of the basic remuneration of its employees. This is in accordan...
Can I Re-Enter UAE if Deported (Immigration Answered)

Can I Re-Enter UAE if Deported (Immigration Answered)

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Removing name from blacklist in UAE is the mostly asked question by those who are deported and want to enter UAE again, there are lots of more questions asked by our visitors, we are going to answer all of them below. Below are the Top Important Questions, visitors want their answers from Immigration. 1: Can I remove my name from Blacklist? 2: Can I enter UAE again? 3: How to remove absconding case? 4: How to remove travel ban UAE? 5: How to get Citizenship in UAE? 6: Can foreigner in UAE marry local citizen? 7: Types of Entry permissions in UAE? 8: Rules for working on visit or Tourist visa in UAE? 9: Pending Police case and its solution? 10: How to get visa approval if I am deported from UAE? 11: How to open company in UAE? 12: How to be your own sponsor in UAE? 13: How ...
Sheikh Mohamed announces 50% discount on UAE traffic fines

Sheikh Mohamed announces 50% discount on UAE traffic fines

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The Abu Dhabi Crown Prince ordered the Ministry of Interior to coordinate with traffic departments to implement the discount countrywide. In the spirit of the UAE National Day, His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has directed the Ministry of Interior to coordinate with all traffic and licensing departments across the country to reduce by 50 percent all traffic and impoundment fines nationwide. The reduction will be on fines incurred from December 2nd 2017 and backwards, with the discounted fines to be paid within three months starting from the date of issuing the directives, after which the full value of the fines shall be charged. According the directives, motorists are strongly advised t...
Sheikh Khalifa has a message for UAE on National Day

Sheikh Khalifa has a message for UAE on National Day

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Preparing for the future starts today, not tomorrow, are his inspiring words On the occasion of the UAE's 46th National Day, marked on December 2nd, The President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has said that the leadership will stay the course laid down by the nation's founding fathers and continue to deepen the Spirit of the Union, which was motivated by the aspirations of the people. In a statement provided to Nation Shield, the Armed Forces monthly journal, The President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa also spoke about the approaching "Year of Zayed" in 2018, which will mark 100 years since the birth of the founding father, and urged citizens to make the year one for "loyalty and belonging, as well as for the enhancement of creative and innovative practices that en...
Filipina Helper in Critical Condition After Being Hit By Van in Hong Kong

Filipina Helper in Critical Condition After Being Hit By Van in Hong Kong

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A Filipina domestic worker remains in critical condition 4 days after she was hit by a van in a busy intersection last Saturday afternoon, November 25, according to Rappler. In a race against time, husband Ricardo Betasola and 16-year-old son Kyle, from Inabanga, Bohol are hoping they could still see Geraldine Lupian Betasola alive shortly before Thursday midnight November 30, said Inabanga Mayor Josephine Socorro Jumamoy during a phone interview with Rappler. According to a fellow OFW Romorosa Rosales, Geraldine was unconscious when she was rushed to the Prince of Wales Hospital, and according to early reports, it would take a miracle for the 36-year-old mother and domestic helper to survive after sustaining severe injuries in the accident. “We are praying for Geraldine. We a
No More SALARY Deduction, Leave JOB Without NOTICE And BAN!

No More SALARY Deduction, Leave JOB Without NOTICE And BAN!

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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
Good News For Filipinos! Under New Law For All Employee in UAE

Good News For Filipinos! Under New Law For All Employee in UAE

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United Arab Emirates especially Dubai and Abu Dhabi is trying their best to achieve the International Labour Standards to ensure decent working and living conditions for all UAE Labours, they have already provided the best social media apps and friendly websites. There are more than 750,000 domestic workers mostly from Philippines in United Arab Emirates from which 65% of workers are living in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah. We have noted that Filipinos specially the Domestic workers are under hard pressure by their sponsors or agencies because of longest duty hours, weekly off, paid leave, retaining personal documents especially the passport are among rights that Philippine expats are looking for. So, we have decided to give them a GOOD NEWS, and the good news is that UAE Law i...
Cloudy day with warning of blowing dust, strong winds in UAE

Cloudy day with warning of blowing dust, strong winds in UAE

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Fog and mist took over few parts of UAE this morning The residents of the UAE woke up to a foggy and misty morning on Friday. The long weekend continues to be pleasant as we enter into the last month of the year. The National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology shared updates about fog and mist in different parts of the UAE. pic.twitter.com/A1YXk6uhXe — المركز الوطني للأرصاد (@NCMS_media) 1 December 2017 pic.twitter.com/Fl0RyWHtgx — المركز الوطني للأرصاد (@NCMS_media) 1 December 2017 pic.twitter.com/1RAPAco9YD — المركز الوطني للأرصاد (@NCMS_media) 1 December 2017 The National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology(NCMS)expects the weather in the UAE to be partly cloudy in general and hazy at times. Light to moderate winds will blow in general. "The relative humidity is li
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