How to Apply and Get a Job in Dubai From Ghana… This is a complete guide on how to apply and get a job in Dubai from Ghana.
Dubai is a city with some amazing architectural structures, from its high-rise buildings and skyscrapers and accommodating one of the tallest building in the world ” the Burj Khalifa”. Every year thousands of people visit Dubai either for tourism or for seeking greener pastures. In recent years, a lot of Ghanaian has been searching and applying for jobs in Dubai.
If you are considering working in Dubai, and you want to apply for jobs from Ghana, then you will find this post very helpful in your quest.
How to Apply and Get a Job in Dubai
How to Apply for jobs in Dubai from Ghana
It is important to note that Dubai has a lot of English speaking firms that recruit international job seekers. Applying for jobs in Dubai from Ghana could be a very meticulous task but it is feasible. You don’t need to pay for a visa before applying for a job in Dubai from Ghana.
A good way to start is by searching for prospective employers on the internet.
Your first stop place should be the Dubai Yellow Pages (business directories), which you could access by logging onto yellowpages.ae. Additionally, use the Free Zone websites (uaefreezones.com) which would help you find a listing of businesses in Dubai.
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Additional Tips: Intensify your research on the individual companies to check their licensing status and business activities validity. This is to avoid recruitment scam.
Also, you could check out the following websites for job openings, and make sure to apply for them:
As earlier mentioned, ensure to verify the authenticity of the business or company before applying for the business. That you can do by visiting the Dubai Department of Economic Development (http://www.dubaided.gov.ae/) to check for the licensure of the company.
Make sure you provide accurate and necessary information to your prospective employer. Once you have successfully landed a job, request for a written job contact letter, otherwise known as employment letter.
Dubai Employment Visa Application
Once your application has been successfully granted, wait for your employer to complete and submit the necessary application to sponsor you for a Dubai employment visa. Your employer is fully responsible for the cost of the employment visa as well as for every other processing fee.
Once this is done, you will be contacted by the United Arab Emirates immigration department for verification. You will be required to verify all the information supplied during your job application process, a reason you should give accurate information about yourself.
As a Ghanaian, you must have a Dubai work visa before you can work in Dubai. In addition to your document verification, there are three major requirements for obtaining a Dubai work visa.
You must undergo a medical examination which will include a chest X-ray and a blood test to rule out diseases such as HIV, hepatitis C or tuberculosis. Submit your medical records, two passport-size photos and photocopies of your passport, written job offer verification and employment visa application (the one completed by your employer) to the Department of Health and Medical Services to obtain a health card; this step is mandatory for foreigners working in Dubai.
You will also need a labour card, visit the Dubai Ministry of Labour office to submit the required documents. Submit alongside three (3) copies of your employment offer (contract), a passport-size picture, and photocopies of your medical records, employer’s labour license, and entry visa.
This is the third and final requirements for obtaining a Dubai work visa. Visit the Dubai General Directorate of Residency and Foreign Affairs to get a residence visa to complete the proper requirements for working in Dubai.
Fill accurately and completely the residence visa application form right there. Additionally, you will be required to provide original copies of the following documents; passport, a copy of entry permit, a copy of your health certificate or medical records, copy of your labour card, and two (2) passport-sized pictures.