UAE restarts the issuance of visas for workers from overseas

For the first time in seven months, the United Arab Emirates has begun to grant job permits to those who work overseas in the UAE.

In addition to job permits for those working in government and semi-government industries, permits for those wishing to enter the nation’s healthcare, transport and sanitation industries have also been released. The families hunting for domestic employees, along with them, will process the permits.

The Central Authority for Identification and Citizenship with the National Emergency Response and Disaster Recovery Authority made the announcement on Monday.

In the earlier declaration, the work visas for those working in the country have already extended. Also included in the guidance released by the authorities was the guarantee of job permits for Housemainda.

Issuing work permits would make it easier to get jobs and work here for people who are looking to work in the world. It is basically a paper that requires an outsider to lawfully join, work and remain in the country for a specified amount of time.

This job permits normally allow the migrant to job for two months, after which the employer must change the status of the employee to a residency visa, which usually requires him or her to remain in the country for two or three years.

Since the coronavirus pandemic, the work permit was suspended in March.

As for the spread of the virus in the world, 932 new cases of Covid-19 coronavirus along with over a thousand recoveries were confirmed by the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Monday.

The UAE government is being praised with rising the number of tests that went up to over 88,000 yesterday, amid the surge in cases.

Seven inspection teams have previously been established by the National Emergency Crisis Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) to crack down the facilities in each of the seven emirates and classify those that do not comply with the coronavirus tackling orders, and stern action will be taken against them.