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Expat Guide to Moving to Dubai from UK

Dubai is an attractive relocation spot for British citizens. Every year, hundreds of British expats move to Dubai from UK for better prospects and financial gains. With over 200,000 new resident arrivals each year, Dubai continues to attract more expatriates. Affordable accommodations, high salaries, employee-friendly taxes are only some of the reasons why more people […] The post Expat Guide to Moving to Dubai from UK appeared first on Dubai Expat Blog.
Tags: Travel, UK, Insurance, Healthcare, Dubai, Work Permit, British Expats, Relocation, Living in Dubai, Residency Visa, Daily Dubai


GoFreelance: Dubai launches new freelance work permit for Dh7,500

Dubai residents can now officially work as freelancers by obtaining a freelance work permit for an annual fee of Dh7,500. The freelance work permit, called Gofreelance, is valid for media and education sectors with Dubai Media City (DMC) and Dubai Knowledge Park (DKP) Gofreelance, is launched by TECOM Group, a member of Dubai Holding, in [...] The post GoFreelance: Dubai launches new freelance work permit for Dh7,500 appeared first on Dubai Expat Blog.
Tags: Travel, Dubai, Work Permit, Dubai Holding, Living in Dubai, TECOM GROUP, Dubai Media City, Freelance Work in Dubai, Tecom, Dubai Media City DMC, Dubai Knowledge Park, Gofreelance, Dubai Creative Clusters Authority


Skilled workers can enter multiple employer contract in the UAE

Skilled workers, both Emirati and expatriates, can now enter a multiple employer contracts after obtaining approval of the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, according to a new ministerial decision. Under the decision signed by Naser Bin Thani Al Hameli, Minister of Human Resource and Emiratisation, companies can recruit skilled workers — holder of university degree or [Author: Sonu Katha]
Tags: Travel, Work Permit, Uae, Emirati, Ministry of Human Resources, Sonu Katha, UAE Labour Law, Frequently asked Questions UAE Labour Law, Naser Bin Thani Al Hameli


Good Conduct Certificate now Mandatory for Expats working in UAE

According to the new rules, obtaining a good conduct certificate is mandatory for expats seeking work in UAE. How to get a Good Conduct Certificate for working in UAE? Expats who apply for work visa in the UAE must first obtain a certificate of good conduct — issued by either their home country or the [...] The post Good Conduct Certificate now Mandatory for Expats working in UAE appeared first on Dubai Expat Blog.
Tags: Travel, Employment, Dubai, Work Permit, Uae, Living in Dubai, Dubai Police, Good Conduct Certificate


Expat Guide to Moving to Dubai from UK

Dubai is an attractive relocation spot for British citizens. Every year, hundreds of British expats move to Dubai from UK for better prospects and financial gains. With over 200,000 new resident arrivals each year, Dubai continues to attract more expatriates. Affordable accommodations, high salaries, employee-friendly taxes are only some of the reasons why more people [...] The post Expat Guide to Moving to Dubai from UK appeared first on Dubai Expat Blog.
Tags: Travel, UK, Insurance, Healthcare, Dubai, Work Permit, British Expats, Relocation, Living in Dubai, Residency Visa, Daily Dubai


UAE announces Work Permits for Students

Students in UAE can now work “legally” or train for work in the private sector by obtaining work permits will be able to obtain work permits, according to a new decree announced by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation. The new decree allows students aged between 12 and 18 years to obtain a work [...] The post UAE announces Work Permits for Students appeared first on Dubai Expat Blog.
Tags: Travel, Work Permit, Uae, Ministry of Human Resources, Living in Dubai


Labour Ban and U.A.E Ministerial Decree 766 Rules for Work Permit

Ministerial Decree 766 of 2015 sets out new rules on work permits with result easing of labor bans .Rules and Conditions for granting a permit to a worker for employment by a new employer as per Decree 766 As per Ministerial Decree 766 and effective from January 2016 a new work permit will be issued and hence no labour ban arises in the following circumstances (applicability to each type of contract illustrated in the relevant columns). Clearly the changes provide for a more fluid labour ma...
Tags: Work Permit, Uae, Mol, Al Tamimi, Sonu Katha, UAE Ministry of Labour, UAE Labour Law


Everton's Tim Howard removes criticism of Brad Friedel from autobiography

Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard removes claim that Brad Friedel tried to block transfer to Manchester United from autobiography but stops short of giving fellow American keeper an apology [Author: Telegraph Sport] [Link to media]
Tags: Manchester United, Tottenham, Old Trafford, Everton, Tim Howard, Brad Friedel, Friedel Howard row, Work Permit, Autobiography, The Keeper