Is your profession listed – can you hold a part-time job with a full-time one legally in UAE?
The UAE allows employees working in the country to have a full-time and a part-time job with different employers at the same time if certain conditions are met. In fact, this has been the case since 2010, when the UAE’s Labour Law introduced provisions that allow an employee to opt for a part-time job along with a full-time one.
This gives the majority of the workforce a lot of flexibility. But one must be aware that this does not apply to everyone who holds a job in the country.
To be on the right side of the law, it’s advisable to check the category under which your profession may fall. Are you allowed to hold a full-time and a part-time job at the same time or not? This is what the law says: Read more
While Halloween is no where near as popular in Dubai as it is in North-America, we still have our fair share of fun parties and events to please the homesick expat! Trick or treating is getting increasingly popular in Dubai’s expat communities such as The Springs, The Meadows, and Arabian Ranches. Many parents choose to host Halloween parties at home with their little ones and friends. The shops are already filling up with Halloween decorations, sweeties and costumes! Are you ready for a freakishly good time? Read more
Here is the answer from the experts at Move One Relocation
Should bring both of parents, otherwise attested death/divorce certificate or any other reason to be submitted. Such certificate must be attested from UAE Embassy in home country and Foreign Affairs in UAE.
Parent(s) should be in UAE on Visit/Tourist visa while applying residence visa for them. This condition may be exempted if parent(s) had visited UAE before
It is not allowed to combine between the parents and parents-in-law, means should choose either parents or parents-in-law. Read more