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        Immigration Impacts of COVID-19

        Join DWF Middle East and Fragomen for this informative webinar on the immigration impacts of COVID-19
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        Date
        04 June 2020 16:00
        to
        04 June 2020 17:00

        Locations
        Online Webinar

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        The COVID-19 pandemic continues to strain businesses and is requiring them to identify new ways to cope with the continually changing regulatory environment. Over the last few weeks, the UAE government has eased the restrictions on movement and introduced multiple directives to guide the general public and private sector employers back to sustainable and efficient operations.

        During our 60-minute webinar, Fragomen and the employment team from DWF Middle East LLP will share with you UAE related intelligence and compliance including:

        • An overview of the current immigration landscape in the UAE
        • Navigating the regulatory changes and understanding the UAE COVID-19 legislative measures including a spotlight on the DIFC, DMCC and those jurisdictions governed by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation
        • Looking ahead post-COVID-19: including workforce planning, Virtual Labour Market and repatriation
        • An interactive Q&A

        If you have any specific questions you would like answered, please submit them during the registration process and these will be answered during the interactive Q&A.


        16:00 – 17:00  (UAE)
        • Shiraz Sethi, Regional Managing Partner and Co-head of Employment, DWF Middle East LLP
        • Thenji Moyo, Legal Director and Co-head of Employment, DWF Middle East LLP
        • Murtaza Khan, Managing Partner Middle East and Africa, Fragomen
        • Abeer Al Husseini, Director, Fragomen

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