Update on UAE Visa Issuance for Indian Nationals by MOHRE: Reason for Temporary Stop

In a recent update from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MOHRE) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), it has been revealed that the temporary halt on issuing visas for Indian nationals is part of a broader initiative to ensure diversity in the workforce.

According to the new regulations, companies with many Indian employees can temporarily not apply for additional visas for Indian nationals. This decision aligns with the UAE’s commitment to fostering a diverse workforce, considering the demographics of different nationalities in the country.

Individuals currently employed in the UAE are advised to continue with their existing visas and jobs, understanding that this measure is a temporary pause on new visa applications for Indians. No official notification has been provided regarding the duration of this restriction, but stakeholders are encouraged to stay updated on official announcements from MOHRE.

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It’s important to note that this regulation does not affect companies where more than 20% of their workforce comprises a single nationality, ensuring flexibility for businesses with a diverse employee base.

Moreover, individuals seeking employment in the UAE under visit visas are advised to be aware of the temporary restriction and consider postponing their travel plans until the issuance of visas resumes.

While this measure may raise questions and concerns, it underscores the UAE’s commitment to maintaining a diverse and inclusive work environment. Companies with employees from various nationalities, including Arabs, Asians, Africans, and others, remain unaffected by this temporary restriction.

Official Website of MOHRE: mohre.gov.ae

The MOHRE emphasizes the importance of upholding the principle of diversity and encourages companies to explore possibilities within the current regulations. Meanwhile, residents and businesses are urged to stay informed about any updates from official channels regarding the resolution of this temporary halt in visa issuance for Indian nationals.

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