The Immigration Policies Of Uae

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Unlike the melting pot of nationalities in America, United Arab Emirates is, more accurately, like a pot of nationalities that was never heated. The immigration policies of UAE, among other things, have kept them all separated. As can be seen in Dubai, a city that is the present day Constantinople, the modern age has taken over in every industry. The city is glittering with popular brands like McDonald’s, PizzaHut, Dominoes, Chili’s, The Cheesecake Factory, Starbucks, Nando’s, Lal Qila and many more from the United States, Europe and Asia. The fashion scene, described by my friend who visits Dubai twice a year, is like that of New York or Paris. The Emirati culture and values are fading as the newer generations assimilate into their current social scene. Their immigration policies are failing to keep their ideals intact. The labor laws lack protection of any kind for the immigrant workers, domestic or otherwise. The government of UAE cannot hold preservation of national identity and cultural values to be more important than the rights of the immigrants. In their quest for cheap labor and large profit margins, the UAE government is violating human rights and social rights. United Arab Emirates immigration policies are not only unfair to the immigrants but to the local Emiratis as well. Their policies for granting citizenship to children born in UAE are unfair for women, whether the women are locals or immigrants. These laws are biased against women; leaving them with no

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