New hope for health workers
Health workers, who face a ban after resigning or getting terminated from Dubai Department of Health and Medical Services (DHMS), can still get a reprieve.
Col Saeed Matar bin Bleilah, Director General of the Dubai Naturalisation and Immigration Department (DNRD), has told Gulf News that medical workers who face a ban can come to his office for redress of their grievances.
Five to 10 employees from the DHMS - many of them doctors and nurses - recently faced a ban after the DNRD put a ban stamp in their passports.(Albawaba.com)
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