Employers can now apply for new work visas for non-resident employees. However, the Labor Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) has implemented a new mechanism for the employment of expatriate workers.
Sales and demand conditions are expected to rise as restrictions are lifted, international flights began to operate again, and foreign visitors are entering the country as tourist venues reopened. Though the recovery is being considered as a sign of post-COVID revival, a strong economic rebound is still a long way to go
As lockdowns ease around the world, authorities in Bahrain have also allowed private employers to hire employees from abroad. Employers can now apply for new work permits as The Labor Market Regulatory Authority will start accepting applications for new employees from 9th August 2020 after a five-month suspension.
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Saudi Arabia has unified Visit Visa Fee to SR300 = US$80 for family, business, umrah or transit visitors. The same fee applies for Single or Multiple 1 year family or business visitors.