Manama, Sept. 9 (BNA): Labor Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) CEO Ausamah bin Abdullah Al Absi said that the authority will not allow runaway workers to regularize their situation by obtaining a Flexi Permit or transferring to a new employer. Continue reading
Over 42,000 expatriate workers benefited from the six-month general amnesty for workers staying in Bahrain illegally, the CEO of the Labour Market Regulatory Authority Ausamah Abdullah Al-Absi revealed. Continue reading
At least 2,000 migrant workers living illegally in Bahrain are not covered under an amnesty that allows them to return home without penalties.These Bangladeshi men either have pending court cases, no legal documents, overstayed their visit visas, entered the country during transit or used forged documents to travel.
The Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) announced today that it has reached an agreement with the Ministry of Justice regarding expats with a court-ordered Travel Ban, where they will be allowed to obtain a Work Permit, and subsequently legalize their presence in the Kingdom. Continue reading
Written by: Sandeep Singh Grewal
AROUND 16,000 illegal residents have found legitimate jobs in Bahrain since a six-month amnesty began on July 1, it has emerged. New figures were announced yesterday by the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA), which said most of those who legalised their stay were Bangladeshis, Indians and Pakistanis. Continue reading
Around 21,000 illegal residents have rectified their situations since the launch of the amnesty period in July. Officials confirmed that Bangladeshis, Indians and Pakistanis were the ones who benefited the most from the campaign. Continue reading
CEO of the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) and Chairman of the National Anti-Human Trafficking Committee Ausamah bin Abdullah Al-Absi received here yesterday the Indian Ambassador to Bahrain Alok Kumar Sinha, and discussed with him the conditions of the Indian workforce in the kingdom and ways to enhance cooperation in the fields of informatics and exchange of information. Continue reading
More than 10 thousand foreign workers had corrected their legal situation since the launch of the grace period for undocumented migrant workers “Amnesty Period” Which was launched last July, and will last until the end of the 2015, expected to increase in the coming period especially with the end of summer and the return of business owners from their holidays. Continue reading
Labour Market Regulatory Authority CEO Osama bin Abdullah Al-Absi, today in two separate meetings, met with the newly-appointed ambassadors to Bahrain, Alfonso Ferdinand A. Ver of the Republic of the Philippines and Alok Kumar Sinha of the Republic of India. Continue reading
Manama Illegal migrant workers are being urged to benefit from the amnesty and regulate their situation or leave Bahrain without penalties.The Assistant Undersecretary for Ports, Search and Follow Up at the Nationality, Passport and Residence (NPRA) called upon the migrant community to comply with grace period so as bring their situation in line with the law.
In a statement issued yesterday, he said that the NPRA has allocated employees and offices to facilitate the paperwork procedures. Continue reading