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Work Visa for Bahrain

New Delhi, India
2 posts
Work Visa for Bahrain

Greetings everyone,

I went to Oman on July 28, 2016 on a work visa and returned to India in November, 2016 because my contract had been terminated.

My visa is still valid till July 28, 2018.

I have got a job in Bahrain, so will I face any problems in achieving a work visa for Bahrain, being that my Omani work visa is still valid.

Also, I was terminated on criminal grounds and a police case was registered, I paid the bail money and the case was closed and I returned back to the accommodation the same day.

Next day my employer had terminated my contract and booked my flight tickets and sent me back to India after two days of the incidence.

Do I still have chances of getting a Bahraini work visa since my employer will be applying for it.

Please help, i'm in a fix, i'm only 21 and I feel like my life is ruined.

Can I never enter gcc on a work visa?

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1. Re: Work Visa for Bahrain

Ask the appropriate immigration authorities in Bahrain because Bahrain may not welcome folks who have had a criminal charge laid against them.

Have you told the company in Bahrain that you have had criminal charges posted against you?

I guess not...

Edited: 12 July 2017, 22:11
New Delhi, India
2 posts
2. Re: Work Visa for Bahrain

Well, no i haven't told them, well it was a petty charge against me,

If I tell them, I might not get the job.

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