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The ministry will complete the electronic linkage with the respective authority to regularise the labour market and issue the expatriates' clearances electronically, he added.
We explained to our clients that the long-term relationship depends on their disposition to regularise undeclared assets,' Weber said.
Last month, King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz called for giving foreigners staying illegally in the country a three-month grace period to regularise their situation.
The federal government had taken this decision in the light of the Supreme Court (SC) judgment written by Justice Nawaz Abbasi, which directed CDA to regularise all the constructions in the limits of Zone-IV.
The decision has been taken in the light of recommendation from Provincial Assembly's standing committee on education, sources informed, adding that parliamentary leader of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Abdul Akbar Khan had tabled a privilege motion in the assembly asking the government to regularise the services of contract, adhoc and second shift employees of the department.
He said that the government was trying to regularise the services of daily wages employees.
Afzal had maintained that the committee has sought input from CDA over a plan to regularise the lease of a multi-billion rupee plot to M/s BNP.
During the hearing the CJP remarked that unfortunately, companies including big enterprises do not regularise the employees, in fact, the hiring was being made through the contractor, PPI reported.
We would conduct a fresh survey to regularise the genuine villages, the chief minister said and added that lawful villagers would not be deprived of their right.
Manama: Saudi Arabia's king on Saturday called for giving foreigners staying illegally in the country a three-month grace period to regularise their situation.
She promised to regularise the colonies but instead handed out mere provisional certificates.
KARAK -- A group of computer operators whose services were terminated recently with the end of a project after six years have demanded of the government to cancel the orders and instead regularise their jobs.