Filipinos Receive Flexible Permits, Filipino Gov’t to Fix Statuses of its Community in Bahrain
Dozens of Filipinos received flexible permits granted by Labour Market Regulatory Authority to the illegal workers, after receiving financial support from the governments of their countries.
Bahrain Places Unannounced Ban on Entrance of Pakistanis, Summons All Pakistanis in Bahrain to Take Fingerprints
A number of Pakistanis on social media have complained that they are being denied entry to Bahrain, a Pakistani news website.
Bahrain: Expatriates Complain about Minimum Salary Rule for Dependent Visas
An English-language local newspaper said that Bahrain is being urged to reconsider a visa rule first announced in January, which threatens to break up some expatriate families.
Businessman Surprised his Wife’s Name Added to Company Founders’ List Owned by Bengali Worker’s Wife
Businessmen stressed that the decree allowing foreigners to establish full-owned companies had allowed unskilled laborers to establish companies.
Indian Newspaper: 100 Thousand Indians Work in Banking, Medicine and Management Sectors in Bahrain
An Indian newspaper stated that the number of Indian workers in Bahrain reached 350 thousand in 2014 after it was about 90 thousand in 2000, which means that the number increased 4 times.
Tweeters: Person who Slapped Asian Worker is a BDF Soldier
Bahrain Mirror: Bahraini tweeters posted that the person who appeared in the video showing someone slapping an Asian worker is a soldier in the Bahrain Defence Force (BDF). They said that "A. A" who lives in Hamad Town, Roundabout 10, works as a soldier in the Bahrain Defence Force is the one who slapped the Asian worker.