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This thesis will deal with the risk that international workers presents to UAE nationwide security. Moreover, this thesis will talk about the problems of the government due to immigration employees and the need for UAE to recommend techniques for dealing with these problems and risks while reducing the effect on UAE citizens and their way of life. Also this essay will display the features offered to immigrants by UAE government enhancing to employees settling down in the UAE.

Introduction

Over the last 30 decades, UAE has advanced continuously on the path of development and growth, powered by an oil rich economic system. For a nation like the UAE, city development is a major concern of policymakers, organizers, ecological supporters and public authorities. The nation ratings great on growth indices recently due to unmatched financial development, great per household income and effective social development despite not being endowed with other natural resources. The UAE has drawn many individuals from all over the world due to its financial development and relatively open migrant’s policies, particularly from Asia and European countries. In the last 15 years, UAE’s population has been expanding by over 5% per year, while the immigrant population by about 6 percent.

The UAE economic program is the second biggest in the GCC. Most oil depending GCC nation (91% of GDP in 1981) to the least (36% in 2005). Due to large number of retirees looking for tasks, The UAE government has designed particular tasks in different emirates to ease job discovering for everyone. These consist of power and petrochemical in Abu Dhabi, travel and leisure and solutions in Dubai, heavy industry in RAK.

While insurance policy and telecommunication remain...

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