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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 ...
As Adani Acquires Reliance Energy, No Clarity on Who Will Pay Pending Taxes of Rs 1,452 Crore

As Adani Acquires Reliance Energy, No Clarity on Who Will Pay Pending Taxes of Rs 1,452 Crore

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Through a RTI query, activist Anil Galgali learnt that Anil Ambani owned Reliance Energy has not paid electricity duty and other taxes amounting to Rs 1,452 crore to the government of Maharashtra. While the Adani group recently acquired the Mumbai business of debt-hit Reliance Energy, a query filed under the Right to Information (RTI) Act has revealed the lack of clarity on who will pay the state government Rs 1451.69 crore collected by the latter from its customers on account of electricity surcharge and sales tax. RTI activist Anil Galgali, who had filed the query with the electricity department, said that no one knows who will pay the tax now that Gautam Adani has taken over Reliance Energy’s Mumbai arm. Galgali had filed the query when he came...
Centre wants to dilute environment clearance norms for irrigation projects, mining of 47 minerals

Centre wants to dilute environment clearance norms for irrigation projects, mining of 47 minerals

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The central government wants to dilute environmental clearance regulations for irrigation projects and the mining of 47 minerals, including sand, marble, limestone and brick earth. In a draft notification issued on December 18, the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change has proposed that projects irrigating up to 5,000 hectares be exempted from environment clearance. Currently, all projects irrigating over 2,000 hectares require the clearance from the Centre or the state government concerned. The ministry also wants state governments to get greater responsibility for assessing environmental impact of irrigation projects. Under the proposed norms, state authorities would be able to clear projects irrigating up to 50,000 hectares instead of the current 10,000 ...
EMPLOYMENT FINES AND JOB DISMISSAL IN UAE

EMPLOYMENT FINES AND JOB DISMISSAL IN UAE

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Good Day UAE Expats: Article 120 of UAE Labour Law lists clauses when employer may enforce these penalties. UAE’s new labour regulations ensure that employees are treated fairly, with strict enforcement encouraging businesses in the country to protect the rights of their workers. However, there are certain cases where an employer may fine or even dismiss an employee for misconduct and breach of duties, and it is important for all employees to understand the circumstances when these penalties can be imposed. According to Article 102 of the UAE Labour Law, there are 7 disciplinary rules that an employee should be aware of. These include: A warning. A fine. Suspension with reduced pay for a period not exceeding 10 days. Deprivation from or deferment of periodic bonus
ATTENTION UAE Expats! New Rule Will Be In Place On Jan 2018, For Over Staying in UAE!

ATTENTION UAE Expats! New Rule Will Be In Place On Jan 2018, For Over Staying in UAE!

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Overstaying in UAE or UAE overstay Rules is from one of the mostly discussed topic on our site. We have been asked by our visitors: 1: What are the Lates 2: What is the overstay fine for visit visa holders in UAE? 3: What is the overstay fine for Tourist visa holders in UAE? 4: Please describe UAE overstay and Grace Period rules in UAE? 5: In case of Overstay in UAE, can I face Immigration Ban? 6: If I am living illegal (overstay) and get caught, what will be next process? 7: Can I pay overstay fines after long overstay period without ban? 8: Will UAE Authorities deport me if I overstayed for more than 3 months in UAE? 9: What are the Latest Overstay Rules on Residence or Employment Visa in UAE? Ther...
11 Reasons to say no to Firecrackers this Diwali

11 Reasons to say no to Firecrackers this Diwali

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Diwali is popularly known as the “Festival of Lights” in India. Apart from listening to mythological stories, worshiping God and receiving sweets and gifts, what an Indian teenager looks forward to the most is crackers. Bursting crackers might give Indian teenagers some pleasure but these crackers also harm the environment and other people around them. Hence, it is time to do something different and avoid bursting crackers this Diwali.       1. Our Earth has enough problems already   Our Earth is already facing a lot of problems like Global Warming, Air Pollution etc. Hence, parents should strongly advise their  children to avoid bursting cracke...
GOOD NEWS FOR ALL EXPAT IN THE UAE! YOU CAN EXIT TO YOUR HOME COUNTRY WITHOUT PAYING ANY FINE!

GOOD NEWS FOR ALL EXPAT IN THE UAE! YOU CAN EXIT TO YOUR HOME COUNTRY WITHOUT PAYING ANY FINE!

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We are here to impart news for all of our readers, and the good news is that you can exit or return to your Home countries without paying your overstay fines and also you will not direct to Police or any other Security Department (Prisons). You will be directly sent back to your home countries by officials after getting below require documents from you. This process is for all UAE Expats including Pakistan, India, Philippines, Bangladesh and Afghan Citizens. We have been asked by our readers: Q: Is their any way to avoid penalties in UAE? Q: Is their any Discount on Overstay fines? Q: How to exit country without paying overstay fines? Q: How to leave UAE if I do not have my passport? Q: How to exit Dubai wi...
What UAE law says about cybercrimes, penalties

What UAE law says about cybercrimes, penalties

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UAE Cybercrime Law No. 5 of 2012, issued by the President, His Highness Shaikh Khalifa, includes a range of violations and penalties. The UAE has clear – and strict – laws against cybercrimes, with various penalties that can include lengthy prison terms and fines of up to Dh3 million. UAE Cybercrime Law No. 5 of 2012, which was issued by the President, His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, includes a range of violations and penalties, with fines ranging between Dh50,000 and Dh3 million depending on the type and severity of offence. Those caught gaining access to a website, network or system without authorisation are to be imprisoned and fined at least Dh50,000, but fines can go as high as Dh1 million if personal information is stol...
Filipino Domestic Worker Ban Set to Be Lifted As New UAE Agreement Signed

Filipino Domestic Worker Ban Set to Be Lifted As New UAE Agreement Signed

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The ban on hiring Filipino domestic workers in the United Arab Emirates could soon be lifted as the Philippines and the United Arab Emirates signed a memorandum of understanding on mutual cooperation relating to the employment of Filipino domestic workers in the Gulf nation, a report by Gulf News said. The agreement highlights the eagerness of both nations to bolster cooperation in the labor sector and facilitate transparency in the process of recruitment and deployment of domestic workers in accordance with the laws of both the Philippines and the UAE. Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III and UAE Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation Saqr Ghobash signed the memorandum in Abu Dhabi Tuesday. Recruitment of Filipino domestic workers will commence once all th...
Filipinos should Not Carry these things to U.A.E, Violators Face Strict Penalties

Filipinos should Not Carry these things to U.A.E, Violators Face Strict Penalties

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Filipinos should double check their luggage before boarding flights to the UAE to make sure that things banned by the gulf country is not in the baggage as a slight mistake would lead to imprisonment and deportation. The violators face strict penalties including imprisonment followed by deportation. Many Indians travelling to the UAE buy medicines from India because they are less expensive there. But they are usually unaware of the drugs that are banned in the UAE, and end up landing in jail after carrying these drugs into the country. Cooked and home-made food are also banned. The violators face strict penalties, including imprisonment followed by deportation. The Consul General of India in Dubai has published detailed guidelines on banned item...