I think this is a duplicate thread. Here is my answer to the other one. Your rights are not included in UAE Law but the EMPLOYER is using you as a Salon worker yet contracting you as a House-Maid.
Here is a copy of the reply from my angle. I am not a lawyer but work in contracts and did so under English, Chinese and Hong Kong Labour Law See below:
The only reason why the EMPLOYER hired you on a housemaid visa is because they are exempt from benefits under UAE Law. Hence the employer most likely wishes to cheat you out of requirements in law such as Annual leave (30 days) in ARTICLE 75 public holidays ARTICLE 74, end of service gratuity, and the flight back home
I am not an expert in UAE Law but if the Labour department looked at this, it should void the contract at your request and cancel the visa for you. It should just before then demand the Employer pays you for the said entitlements plus the expenses to return home.
Under UAE Law Article 131, the Labour department could pay your expenses for this and then effectively put some property of the Employer into custody until he pays the government back. See also ARTICLE 131 repeated.
If the Employer deposited a bank guarantee (should have since you are working in a salon) then due payments could be deducted from that in the event of a dispute.
However as I understand from an article under this heading: http://uaelaborlaw.com/ there is a minimum wage of 6,000 DHMS per month. I have not seen this in any UAE Laws and so rely on this article.
I am sure you are getting less than that
I am not an expert in UAE Law and simply someone who has read it and works with it from time to time and have had no complaints so far. I’m from the UK and in such an event the law would be fully in your favour. If Deepak is not busy he may answer again. I suggest contacting the Labour department for advice. It seems very helpful from reports which I have received.
I don’t see why you need to return any money if the Employer is (I am positive) underpaying you and enriching him or herself in the process.