UAE Responds to Work Visa Age Limits for Pakistanis

UAE Responds to Work Visa Age Limits for Pakistanis

UAE Responds to Work Visa Age Limits for Pakistanis

UAE Responds to Work Visa Age Limits for Pakistanis

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The United Arab Emirates has clarified the situation regarding visa restrictions for Pakistanis after unofficial reports caused concern among job seekers in the Gulf nation.

Amid rampant rumors, the Emirates refuted claims circulating on social media about a visa ban on Pakistanis. UAE’s Consulate General, Bakheet Obaid Al-Roumi, released a video in which he labeled these rumors as fabricated.

‘UAE Visa Ban on Pakistanis’

UAE official clarified that there is no visa ban for Pakistanis, and the UAE consulate’s visa section remains open. Pakistanis are allowed to travel to the UAE for work visas, and there is no age restriction for entry, he further clarified.

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Numerous online users have claimed that the UAE stopped issuing visas to single Pakistani men under 42, leading to widespread speculation. However, a thorough investigation has confirmed that this tweet is false. Dubai has not announced any such visa restrictions for Pakistani nationals, and there is no ban on visit or work visas for single Pakistani men under 42.

This incident is not isolated, as similar misinformation has circulated before. Last year, rumors suggested that the UAE had halted issuing visit visas to residents of certain Pakistani cities.

The Pakistani diaspora remains one of the largest communities in the UAE, significantly contributing to the nation’s workforce and economy. Pakistani expatriates work in various sectors, including construction, healthcare, finance, and hospitality.

The UAE continues to provide employment opportunities for many Pakistanis seeking better prospects and income.

 

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