I want to resign from my company in dubai?
need help! I am an engineer working for 9 months in a limited contract for a company. I want to resign from my job but my current employer doesn't want to accept my resignation. I really want to transfer because I received a good offer from a semi-gov't company. Are there chances that I can leave my current company? Or my current employer can hold my visa cancellation. what should i do? please help I'm confused!
Asked By: pdc - 7/2/2009
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As an engineer you are able to transfer your sponsorship, but only if you can provide a NoC from your present employer and no ban is imposed... More
Answered By: h - 7/2/2009
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No way but getting NoC! Simply the employer have to protect his interests. Why did you signed for the limited contract in first place?
Answered By: therook7070 - 7/2/2009
If the company frm where u got the new offer belongs to "FREE ZONE" then no problem to change ur job
Answered By: dubai man - 7/5/2009
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