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MADLSA Announces Halting Services of Changing Profession and Requesting Work Permits Via Govt Service Complex From 23 August

23 Aug, 2020 12:00 AMAl Sharq Newspaper, The PeninsulaIntended Audience
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The Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs (MADLSA) has announced halting the services of changing profession and requesting work permits via government service complex from 23 August.  

The Ministry stated that customers could apply for these services via the Ministry’s website. The Ministry added that customers could apply for the service of amending profession through which the requester of amending or changing job title in QID card (resident) could do it via Mandoob (public relations officer, PRO), or the party concerned, or the authorized signatory with attaching required documents in line with a number of conditions and terms. 

The Ministry said that the service is available for private and shareholding companies. Registration of worker data must be via worker’s QID card and person in charge of establishment must be fully responsible for the authenticity of registered data via mandatory acknowledgment within the digital service. A photocopy of QID card pertaining to the authorized signatory, photocopy of QID card pertaining to an amendment requester and photocopy of establishment card must be attached, as well as a photocopy of municipality license, photocopy of commercial registration and academic qualification certificates attested by the official bodies.        

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