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Friday, June 30, 2017

Illegal Expats You Have Another 30 Days to Leave Saudi


The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has given a month or 30 days extension to all illegal expatriate, including Filipinos to leave the country without fines or jail terms, under the Amnesty Program.  The 90 days amnesty period has started last March 29 and ended last June 24 but the Directorate of Passport announced that it is extended for a month.  The extension has already started last June 25 (Shawwal 1). It means, all who violates Saudi law, regardless of nationality can leave Saudi voluntarily.




The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has given a month or 30 days extension to all illegal expatriate, including Filipinos to leave the country without fines or jail terms, under the Amnesty Program.

The 90 days amnesty period has started last March 29 and ended last June 24 but the Directorate of Passport announced that it is extended for a month.

The extension has already started last June 25 (Shawwal 1). It means, all who violates Saudi law, regardless of nationality can leave Saudi voluntarily.

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The one-month extension aims to give violators enough time to leave the Kingdom of their own and at their own expense under the program, "Nation Without Illegal Expats".

It allowed expats in violation of the rules to leave the Kingdom without being subject to fines or being blocked from reentering the Kingdom legally.

With this, the Saudi government is calling all illegal staying expatriate in Saudi to take advantage of the amnesty and complete their departure procedure.





They are advised to quickly report to the nearest reception center to benefit from the penalty exemption before the new deadline expires. 
Meanwhile according to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), a total of 5, 176 undocumented Filipinos have returned home from Saudi Arabia after availing of the 90-day amnesty program.

DFA said, some 12,000 Filipinos having a problem with residency and labor regulation in Saudi Arabia, has managed to register for deportation.


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