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- NO PLANS TO EXTEND AMNESTY PERIOD
NO INTENTION TO EXTEND THE ONGOING AMNESTY PERIOD
Extension of amnesty period for 30 days starting from 26 June 2017, Saudi Arabia does not have any plan to extend the ongoing amnesty period (A nation without illegal expatriates) from 90 days said by Maj. Gen. Saleiman Al Yahia, Director General of Passports. The last day to get benefited from heavy penalties is only this week. Trending : Last chance for amnesty period
Ministry Of Interior had launched this program "A nation without illegal expatriates" on March 29 with a limit of 90 days, Those who leaves Kingdom in this period will be exempt from heavy penalties more over their finger prints will not be recorded, so that they can come back to Saudi Arabia in a legal way. Most Viewed : Procedure to take final exit in amnesty
- As per the statement of Al Yahia, more than 475,000 expatriates had corrected their status taking the advantage of amnesty period. His statement came after the meeting with Jizan General Governer, Prince Mohammed bin Nasser bin Abdulaziz.
- Philippine Consulate General asked all the undocumented and illegal Filipinos to avail the benefit of this program before June 24, So that they can go home without any issues. Related : 90 days amnesty period is about to end
- Jizan Governer lauded the efforts of the passport officials and all other related officers for serving and following the cases of illegal expatriates, who are waiting from a long time to leave the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. See Also : Heavy fines after amnesty period