Expatriates who successfully landed jobs in Qatar still face many challenges including the possibility of getting dismissed or terminated from work. Worse yet, they may get banned, blacklisted, or deported from the country if they violated any of the..
The Economic and Cyber Crimes Department at the General Directorate of Investigation at the Ministry of Interior arrested an Asian on charges of engaging in investment and financing activities without obtaining the required licenses from the competen..
With its booming job market, rapid infrastructure development, and fast-growing economy, many expatriates seek job opportunities in Qatar to better their lives and the lives of their families. The Gulf State currently provides jobs for almost..
If any expatriate is blacklisted for his/her involvement in any criminal activity, then, as per legal policies, he/she cannot enter Qatar and any of the Gulf States. According to a news report from Arab Times, the GCC countries including Bah..
A total of 571,333 expatriates have left the Kingdom’s employment market from both the private and government sectors during a period of one year ending the second quarter of 2021. This represents a decrease of 8.52 percent, according to the la..
The Philippine Embassy in Qatar has announced the launch of the BLS International-Philippine Passport Renewal Center (PaRC), which will serve Filipino expats in Qatar starting today. The embassy said Friday night on its official Facebook page that..
New Zealand is to begin allowing small numbers of vaccinated travellers to isolate at home instead of in state-run quarantine facilities as part of a phased approach to re-opening its borders, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday. The pilo..
Qatar has one of the biggest expat communities in the world with its population crossing more than the local residents in the region. The main reason is due to the employment packages and offers it provides to the people looking for jobs in Qata..
The Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) has called on parents and guardians to vaccinate their young adolescents aged between 12-15 years, stressing the importance of vaccination for this age group to prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus to the re..