New visa rules raise concerns among expatriates
It has been reported that expatriates in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) might have to deal with certain issues with the new visa legislation.
The fresh rules that have been introduced consist of an increase in the fee of obtaining a visa, and the completion of compulsory health insurance for all visitors to the Middle East region.
With the high visa fee, there is a fear that the joint cost of health insurance will delay some expatriates, who are living in the UAE, from inviting their friends and relatives to come and stay with them.
There are further concerns for those who want to apply for visas, as sufficient information is not being provided to them, related to the naturalization and residency departments within the UAE.
New Zealand News
- 10 pm COVID-19 curfew will negatively impact casino workers, warns BGC
- Donaco International reports H1 net loss of AU$59 million, showing significant year-on-year improvement
- Why the NZ Dollar Could Have a Very Bright Future
- Sydney’s Star Casino fined $90,000 for allowing minors to gamble in 2019
- Danville Casino Campaign being led by former Caesars CEO Tony Rodio