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Call the Ministry of Labour and the Dubai Immigration Department hotlines (call Dubai for any UAE emirate immigration question) to confirm anything.
Even official government websites are sometimes out of date.
Common offences that many expats get into trouble with are bad debts, bounced checks, drinking and driving, drunk in public, inappropriate relationships (having sex on the beach while drunk with someone you're not married to, for example).
Of course, more severe offences such as theft, violence, rape, murder etc will also result in an immigration ban but not so many expats indulge in these activities, and those that do are not usually so surprised to receive a ban.
There are some reports (in 2008-2009) that you may be able to pay a ban lifting fee of about 5000-6000 dhs.
A phone call is not that difficult to make, and they are usually helpful within the limits of what they can tell you.
Many websites (yes, including this one), newspapers, friends at BBQs, friends of a friends who were just terminated or just found a great job, etc, might give you incorrect information.
This is not usually deliberate but a consequence of misunderstanding about a specific case, changes in rules, how rules are applied, etc.
An employment ban, labour ban, work permit ban are all different terms for the same thing i.e.
you are not allowed to work in the UAE for a certain period of time.
That means: Except for UAE national citizens (and GCC nationals for the most part), all residents need permission from the UAE government (the Ministry of Immigration or equivalent) to live in Dubai and the UAE or visit the UAE.