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Expired But Not Cancelled Work Permit

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    manik babaposted 4 years ago

    Sir,
                I had worked in UAE for 1 year...Sep.2009 to sep.2010 & I came back to India on leave but failed to return. Now work permit (3yrs) is expired but not cancelled..am i eligible to get visa & to work in Bahrain without any problem... if singed job agreement for Bahrain.., please reply soon

  2. psycheskinner profile image82
    psycheskinnerposted 4 years ago

    No.  You need a current work permit and entry visa.

  3. profile image54
    manik babaposted 4 years ago

    Sir,
       Please provide clear answer..........i had worked in UAE for one year(15TH SEP2009 TO 14TH SEP2010) on 3yrs work permit (VALID UP TO 14TH SEP 2012) of scaffold-er Laborer and i came back to India on annual leave after surrender my Pataka or ID,...due to familiar problem i did not go back to UAE on work ..., now that work permit is totally invalid and expired but it is on my passport without of official cancellation ...now i want to go to Bahrain to work and i have an offer for which i am in processing ...but i am too much worried about to get visa because of GCC county or due to lack of knowledge..., can i work and get work permit ......Please help me on this topic and provide me answer as soon as possible thanking for yours attention.

  4. Mark Lees profile image84
    Mark Leesposted 4 years ago

    Manik, you need a CURRENT and valid work permit to work the UAE.

    It is possible to work on a tourists VISA provided you and your employer are completing the expected steps to get a work VISA, a process which can take up to three months (according to a friend of mine who worked there last year and who had to wait for the work VISA to come through).

  5. profile image54
    manik babaposted 4 years ago

    Thanks lee,
                      ......whats yours view on 2nd part of my question can i get  work visa of Bahrain or for any other GCC ..

  6. Mark Lees profile image84
    Mark Leesposted 4 years ago

    Hi Manik,

    I am not an expert but it looks liek the rules are similar. I found this website which has some info you might find useful:

    http://www.abroadindians.com/news/work-visa/68

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      manik babaposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for yours response Mark,

 
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