How To Get The Employment Visa In Dubai?

Posted by Alick Willson on June 8th, 2017

Hospitality sector is one of the booming sectors and there are lots of employment opportunities available for one. There are various hotel jobs abroad and some of them even have great offers for the Indian cooks. One such country is Dubai and those who wants to work in Dubai, should definitely get employment visa and the necessary Hospitality Training, prior to getting the job with ease and great benefits. To help those who are interested in getting employment visa in Dubai, this short article will take a look at how to get the employment visa in Dubai.

Getting the employment visa in Dubai:

The employer will start with the procedure and complete the necessary paperwork. The employee should be eligible and this is the first thing they will need to ensure.

Then the employer should get an approval on behalf of the candidate from the Ministry of Labor and the relevant authorities. The first thing the ministry will check before granting the permission is that there are no unemployed nationals, who are competent for the job.

Then the details will be verified and the employee will be contacted from the department of immigration. The area of the jurisdiction will determine the processing time. About 5-7 business days are required in average.

Then the candidate will need to submit a medical certificate to show that the candidate doesn’t have any infectious diseases and to do the test, the candidate will need to go to the government hospital or a clinic. Check whether there are any designated clinics beforehand.

The candidate will also need to submit two passport sized photos, 3 copies of employment contract, the photocopies of the entry visa and the medical record and also the labor license of the employer.

The next step of the visa granting procedure is the application for the residence visa from the Dubai General directorate of Residency and foreign affairs. This also requires the submission of some important documents.

One should always keep in touch with the embassy to make sure that they are updated with the rules and regulations and to get the visa work done right on time, one should submit the right and relevant document asked by the embassy.

Aruna Rai is a travel enthusiast, who also writes about blog posts on employment related issues such as: how to get employment visas in various gulf countries for Indian Cooks and also on Hotel Jobs Abroad. She loves to read book and listen to music in her free time and maintains a travel journal.

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