Malls in Dubai can obtain temporary one-month work permits for Eid
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, October 18 - 2012 at 05:53
The UAE labour ministry has decided to allow the issuance of temporary work permits free of charge to the shopping malls in Dubai to enable them to recruit additional workers for one month, Wam has reported. Those entitled to the temporary work include the registered labourers who hold valid labour cards, those on the sponsorship of guardians, such as women not less than 18, husbands of Emirati women, sons and daughters of Emirati women, students 18 years old and over, and government employees provided with the consent of their institutions, the ministry said. Work permits will not be issued to those above 65, it noted.
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