If you are planning to work or already working in gulf countries and want to switch to another one then you need to know about the rules and regulations of that particular country to be followed.
This website is launched just to help the expatriates coming to GCC for better opportunities. We don’t have any connections with authorities nor provide any bridge.
Before you start, make sure this is just an informational blog and run by an individual right now. All the information given is as per local news and the experience with the expatriates working here in GCC.
The journey was started with only Iqama and Civil ID related issues and now expanded to Air Lines, Currency Rate, and much more about daily life here in GCC.
Here, We will explain the working rules and regulations of all six countries that include;
Saudi Iqama Check
Iqama validity is one of the major concerns of an expatriate living in Saudi Arabia. The Iqama expiry date is also mandatory…..
Emirates ID Guide
EID – Emirates ID is called بطاقة الهوية in Arabic. It is the most important document in the United Arab Emirates like Iqama in Saudi Arabia.
Qatar ID Check
Same to other Gulf countries Qatar also issues an ID to its residents. This in Qatar is called Iqama same as in Saudi Arabia.
Kuwait MOI Civil ID
Kuwait contains around 70% of expatriates and this makes it unique from all other countries in the gulf or MENA region.
Oman Resident ID
Every expat who is a resident in the Sultanate of Oman should have a Bataka or resident identity card also called Oman Iqama.
Traffic Violations in Saudi Arabia
The heaviest fine is for drifting that is 20,000 for the first time, 40,000 SAR for second and 60,000 SAR for third time lead to deportion…
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