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90 DAYS AMNESTY PERIOD FOR ILLEGAL EXPATRIATES IN SAUDI ARABIA
Overstaying Expatriates and iqama violators should leave Saudi Arabia with in three months of amnesty period which is started from March 29 (1st Rajab 1438) instead of facing high and severe penalties. Trending : Companies notices to Expatriates Employees
Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Naif, Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior announced the above statement during the inauguration campaign of "Nation free of violators" at ministry office, The campaign was approved by King Salman. Related : One month deadline for returning employees passport
- This 90 days amnesty period helps violated expatriates to correct their status and exempt from heavy penalties, Corrected status expatriates will get a right to work legally in the Kingdom.
- This campaign applies to all the expatriates who do not have valid iqama, identification paper, Visit visa violators, Hajj visa violators, Umrah visa violators and Transit visa violators.
- Overstaryers of Hajj visa, Visit visa, Umrah visa and Transit visa need not to visit government offices, they can directly depart from any of Kingdom's sea port. Similar : One more sector reserved in Saudization
- Work visa and iqama violators must depart from the Passports Department or Ministry Of Labor by following a different procedure.
- Huroob (Absent from work) declared expatriates, expatriates who entered the Kingdom illegally, Undocumented persons, Haj violators must visit to the nearest Expatriates Administration office (Idarat Al Wafideen) for following different procedure. Recommend : New train between Riyadh and Al Qassim
- All the embassies in the Saudi Arabia are informed through MOFA (Ministry Of Foreign Affairs) about this amnesty period of 90 days and about this new campaign "Nation free of violators".
- Iqama violators, Labor regulations should take the initiative for voluntarily depart from the Kingdom, Fingerprints of violators will not be recorded in this specific amnesty period, So that they can get a chance to come again in Saudi Arabia.
- In the year 1435, nearly 2.5 million iqama violators left Saudi Arabia as part of "The nation free of violators" campaign. Most Viewed : Send Money to Home now online
- But the new campaign of "The nation free of violators" will include all government authorities to follow up closely on related establishments and activities which will supervised by Government authorities.