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Don’t Send Money Remittance Through These UAE Currency Exchange Shops

For failure to regularize their status during a specified grace period, licenses of seven currency exchange houses in the United Arab Emirates were downgraded by the UAE Central Bank Monday, reported Khaleej Times. The seven companies which were downgraded include: ...

New Rule on Passport Renewal at Philippine Consulate in Dubai

The Philippine Consulate General in Dubai has implemented a new rule regarding the renewal of Philippine passports. In a memo posted in the Consulate's website, it said that no walk-in applications will be accepted for passport renewals. Starting April 10,...

138 UAE Traffic Violations & Penalties

Road safety is of paramount importance in the United Arab Emirates and everywhere. To deter actions that put lives of people on the road at risk, a defined list of infractions along with their corresponding penalties. These road violation penalties may...

Accredited Balikbayan Box Agents in Dubai (2019 Update)

List of FTEB-Accredited Sea Freight Forwarders and their Foreign Agents Sending Balikbayan Box Shipments (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) As of 31 January 2019

Accredited Balikbayan Box Agents in Abu Dhabi

List of FTEB-Accredited Sea Freight Forwarders and their Foreign Agents Sending Balikbayan Box Shipments (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates) As of 31 January 2019

How to Renew Your Passport in UAE

At some point, passports of Filipino workers based in the United Arab Emirates will expire, thereby curtailing their freedom to travel overseas. Needless to say, the such a passport needs to be renewed. The introduction of passports with 10-year...

13 Pros and Cons About Living in Dubai

Dubai, is a name synonymous with modern life yet retains its Arabic identity. As a place that hosts millions of migrant workers, it sure has provided plenty of opportunities for many foreigners in the emirate. Every city has its...

5 Things Filipinos in UAE Struggle the Most

Just like their compatriots based elsewhere, Filipinos in the United Arab Emirates have their share of things that they struggle on, as a legal expert sheds light on them. Lawyer Barney Almazar, Gulf Law director and author of The Essential...

7% of Jailed Filipinos in UAE Due to Debt

Fifteen of the 205 of 7% of total number of Filipinos currently in Dubai and Ajman prisons are due to non-payment of personal loans and bounced cheques, Labor Attache Ofelia Domingo of the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai. “There are...

Why Dubai Expats Risk Fines Living in Shared Accommodation

Dubbed as "bachelor eviction drive", authorities in Dubai have been cracking down against single, low-income workers residing in areas devoted for families. The Dubai Municipality implemented such measure as it believes overcrowding in apartments strain the infrastructure such as...
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Viewing Through Partitions of Dubai Shared Apartments

Flat sharing, otherwise known as boarding house/room sharing in the Philippines, is not a new thing for Filipinos. So...
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