Gulf Medical


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The Labour Market Regulatory Authority is considered a legal entity and it is under the supervision of the Minister of Labour. In addition, it enjoys the same privileges as the other ministries, governmental organizations and public bodies in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

The Authority was founded on 31/05/2006, when His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa decreed Act No. (19) of 2006 regarding the regulation of the labour market, which stated: the Authority will assume all the tasks and specialities required to organize the labour market in the Kingdom, regulate work permits for expatriate employees, handle licences of manpower agencies and employment offices, and handle work permits for the expatriate employers in the Kingdom.

The Authority also acts as a central point through which:

All applications are submitted.
All fees related to permits and licenses issued in accordance with the provisions of this law are submitted.
Obtaining visas to enter the Kingdom, apply for residency and issuing official ID cards.
Conducting the necessary examinations and tests, and any other permits or licenses necessary for expatriate employers or for the employment of expatriate employees and following up on all procedures related to the above, all-in coordination with the relevant authorities.
Collecting all fees related to work permits and licenses issued in accordance with the provisions of the law.
Proposing programs and policies that would develop the labour market in matters outside its jurisdiction and providing them to the concerned authorities.

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