The Labor Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) launched the flexible work permit allowing illegal workers – who meet conditions – to work and reside in the Kingdom of Bahrain without a sponsor, in any non-professional job, full or part-time, and with more than one employer, for a renewable two year period. (2000) workers can benefit from the flexible permit each month. Continue reading
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LMRA efforts to combat human trafficking lauded
Manama, Apr. 17 (BNA): CEO of the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA), Chairman of the National Committee to Combat Trafficking in Persons, Osama Al Absi, today received a delegation from the USA Congress currently on a visit to the Kingdom of Bahrain. Continue reading
timely help from lmra
After two months of agony and uncertainty, two Indian workers left for their homes in India, thanks to the timely efforts by the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA). The LMRA helped Dipu Dev and Mustafa Mohammed secure their ‘eligible’ air tickets from the sponsor. The workers flew back to India (Trivandrum) last night. Continue reading
Worker saved after nine-month ordeal
By ANIQA HAIDER , Posted on » Wednesday, July 28, 2010
A NEAR-STARVING illegal Indian worker has been rescued after hiding in a burned-out house in Adliya for nine months.Rajay Kumar, 32, has been given food, clothing and a bed in a charity shelter, Continue reading
Ambassadors to be briefed on new amnesty procedures
The ambassadors of several countries will tomorrow be briefed by the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) on the procedural protocol that must be followed when processing the paperwork of expatriates seeking to avail themselves of an amnesty declared by the authorities last week.
Clampdown on illegal workers to be stepped up
The National Committee for tackling the problem of illegal labour in the Kingdom yesterday held its third meeting at the premises of the Labour Market Regulatory Authority where officials discussed efforts by the Kingdom’s various authorities to clamp down on illegal workers through various raids and inspection campaigns.
Exit Rush: Bangla embassy under pressure.
The Bangladesh Embassy has temporarily stopped accepting applications which expedite the exit of its nationals who have been living illegally in the Kingdom. Continue reading