The Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) said 45,000 new applications for work permits for domestic workers and their equivalents had been processed by the LMRA in the period from September 2014 to September 2015. Instantaneous processing of applications accomplishment has reached at 54%. Continue reading
We would like to notify you that LMRA offices in Hamad Town and Budaiya post offices will be closed starting from November 01st ,2015, the clients can visit LMRA offices branches in:
- LMRA Building 7:30 am To 1:30 pm
- Al Hidd Post Office 7:30 am To 1:30 pm
- Riffa Post Office 7:30 am To 6:30 pm
- Isa Town Post Office 7:30 am To 6:30 pm
The Labour Market Regulatory Authority plans to simplify services to customers by adding 6 new services in Post Offices in various governorates of the Kingdom starting April 5. LMRA’s Vice President of Operations, Ali Al Kooheji said the authority is keen on providing all possible facilities to save time of the customers. Continue reading
Newsletter on Bahrain Good Morning radio show about LMRA statistical report for the second week of the month November 2014.
HE Labour Minister and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) Mr. Jameel bin Mohammed Ali Humaidan visited the headquarters of LMRA on Thursday, where he visited Domestic expatriate employees and their equivalents work permit offices, accompanied by LMRA CEO Mr. Ausamah Bin Abdullah Alabsi, and a number of LMRA and Ministry officials. Continue reading
Newsletter on Bahrain Good Morning radio show about LMRA statistical report for the second week of the month of September 2014.
Monday 8th September the third Labour Market Regulatory Authority branch office began to issue work Permits for domestic sector employees at the Budaiya Post office. The LMRA Chief Executive Officer Mr. Ausamah Al Absi paid an inspection visit to the Budaiya Post Office to make sure everything was functioning smoothly and orderly. Continue reading
The Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) will officially take over the responsibility of issuing work visas to housemaids and other domestic workers from tomorrow. However, the Labour Ministry will continue to receive applications for work permits on a temporary basis to ensure a smooth transition, LMRA chief executive Ausamah Al Absi said. Continue reading