From "smsulthan" : If we update ourselves every month latest changes in UAE labour laws and other related issued time to time will be helpful for us. Any suggestions. Shall we start SM Sultan 0501481989
12th May 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai

Thats a good idea... Y dont we start with Visas... So Admin guys.... can we have your views ????
13th May 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
It's a very good idea...
laws keep changing here and sometines we are unaware of the latest changes..
anyways let me start with this query..
1) If a company does not give an employee NOC, and if he gets a ban from labor of 6 months, is there any other way he can lift the ban ? I'm talking baout an employee who has finished 1 year of service only...
Thanks in advance...
Sandeep
13th May 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Yes Mr Sandeep,
6 months ban can be lifted by paying AED5000/ as he has completed one year of service.
This payment can be made by the employee himself or the new employer.
It is applicable for all category.
If an employer imposed ban more than actual six months, it is very difficult to lift. Then the employee move to labour and act on the situation
SM Sultan
13th May 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Thanks Sultan !
but you know I keep reading so many articles that one is never show which is the latest rule, as rules keep criss crossing each other....
do keep posting...
hope others join in too...
cheers
13th May 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Yes... the rules are not clear out here.... n keep changing every next day...
I've a Q'n...
What if a person is terminated during probation??? Will he get a ban if his sponsor does not give him an NOC?
14th May 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Hi all,
I am hari , working as a BDM in bangalore. I was working in dubai , due to ma father's health condition I was forced to come back to india. I did not cancel ma employment visa in dubai. Now i have planned to go for higher studies , I wanted to know that whether will it be an issues since I have not cancelled the visa. Will it affect my career if I am planning to go to some other countries?? When I asked my company , they told me that if i am not returning back in 6 months the visa will get automatically cancelled.
Regards,
Hari
14th May 2008 From India
hi mildred,
if a person is terminated during probabtion he/she will have to reimburse all the costs to the company any expenses incurred in getting him/her on board.
there could be a chance in him getting a ban if the sponsor does not give him an NOC.
He has to amicably request them to give him an NOC or pay them any compensation. In this was an NOC could be given....
14th May 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
hi hari, you can travel to any other country, there is no problem. but if you want to come back here, you will have to get it cancelled here to apply for a re-entry... regards, sandeep
14th May 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
What if a person completes his 3 yr contract.... will he still have the 6 months automatic labour ban???
I had a problem with one candidate on the visa issue... he had completed 2.9 months in his previous company (after his visa was stamped) but it has crossed 3yrs from his DOJ coz he worked on visit. N now we canít get an employment visa coz the system shows he has 6 months ban... We are not allowed to lift it also...
The visa issue here is making recruitment even tough added to the scarce man power supply in this region...
14th May 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
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