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Extension of Saudi amnesty for illegal residents is welcomed - Arab News;

Extension of Saudi amnesty for illegal residents is welcomed - Arab News

Arab NewsExtension of Saudi amnesty for illegal residents is welcomedArab NewsIn this photo taken on November 3, 2013, foreign workers gather outside the immigration department in RIyadh to get visas and legalize their work situation. The Saudi government is currently implementing an amnesty program meant to give overstayers a ...and more »

Women in Saudi Arabia: A long road to equality - FRANCE 24;

Women in Saudi Arabia: A long road to equality - FRANCE 24

FRANCE 24Women in Saudi Arabia: A long road to equalityFRANCE 24In Saudi Arabia, women are considered second-class citizens. They cannot drive or travel without the authorisation of a male guardian: a brother, father, cousin or even a son. But faced with the fall in oil prices and the aspirations of a young ...and more »

Ethiopians fear deportation from Saudi Arabia - Deutsche Welle;

Ethiopians fear deportation from Saudi Arabia - Deutsche Welle

Deutsche WelleEthiopians fear deportation from Saudi ArabiaDeutsche WelleSaudi Arabia is threatening to expel undocumented workers who don't leave during an amnesty. But many would rather risk arrest than face an uncertain future in Ethiopia. Ethiopians return home (DW/S. Shiberu). About 85,000 Ethiopians have secured the ...and more »

Relief for illegal Indian workers in Saudi as amnesty extended - Telangana Today;

Relief for illegal Indian workers in Saudi as amnesty extended - Telangana Today

Telangana TodayRelief for illegal Indian workers in Saudi as amnesty extendedTelangana TodayRiyadh: Some hundreds of illegal Indian workers including from Telangana breathed a sigh of relief as Saudi authorities announced that the deadline for amnesty to illegal foreign workers to voluntarily leave the Kingdom has been extended by a month.and more »

Ethiopia gets a month's extension to repatriate stranded nationals in Saudi Arabia - africanews;

Ethiopia gets a month's extension to repatriate stranded nationals in Saudi Arabia - africanews

africanewsEthiopia gets a month's extension to repatriate stranded nationals in Saudi ArabiaafricanewsThe Ethiopian government has been granted one month extension to remove its undocumented citizens who are stranded in Saudi Arabia after the elapse of the 90-day deadline. Ethiopian Ambassador to the UK, Hailemichael Aberra confirmed the extension ...and more »

Saudi Arabia extends deadline for illegal migrants to leave: Ethiopian official - Coastweek

Saudi Arabia extends deadline for illegal migrants to leave: Ethiopian officialCoastweekADDIS ABABA, (Xinhua) -- A 90 days amnesty issued by Saudi Arabia for illegal migrants to voluntarily leave the Middle Eastern nation that was to expire on June 28 has been extended by a week. The statement was made on Thursday by Meles Alem ...and more »

Saudi Arabia extends deadline for illegal expats - Khaleej Times;

Saudi Arabia extends deadline for illegal expats - Khaleej Times

Khaleej TimesSaudi Arabia extends deadline for illegal expatsKhaleej TimesSaudi Arabia has announced that the deadline for illegal expatriates to voluntarily leave the kingdom has been extended by one month. The General Directorate of Passports (GDP) announced on Thursday that a royal approval was given for a one-month ...and more »

Saudi Arabia extends amnesty for undocumented Ethiopian migrants - Journalducameroun.com - English - (press release) (registration)

Saudi Arabia extends amnesty for undocumented Ethiopian migrantsJournalducameroun.com - English - (press release) (registration)The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Thursday extended the 90-day amnesty it granted for undocumented Ethiopian migrants to leave its territory by additional one month, APA learns here.The extension of the amnesty came after Ethiopia's Prime Minister ...and more »

S Arabia extends amnesty for illegal workers by 30-day - Financial Express Bangladesh;

S Arabia extends amnesty for illegal workers by 30-day - Financial Express Bangladesh

Financial Express BangladeshS Arabia extends amnesty for illegal workers by 30-dayFinancial Express BangladeshSaudi Arabia has extended a deadline set for illegal residents and labour law violators to leave the kingdom without penalty by a month. The extension announced by the General Directorate of Passports is in effect from June 25, according to the kingdom ...and more »

'A Nation without Violators' Campaign Extended in Saudi Arabia - Asharq Al-awsat English;

'A Nation without Violators' Campaign Extended in Saudi Arabia - Asharq Al-awsat English

Asharq Al-awsat English'A Nation without Violators' Campaign Extended in Saudi ArabiaAsharq Al-awsat EnglishRiyadh- A campaign that allows residency and labor law violators to leave Saudi Arabia without penalty has been extended for 30 days, according to the Kingdom's state news agency. The extension started on June 25, 2017 or 1 Shawwal 1438 in the Hijri ...and more »

Illegal Bangladeshis in Saudi get another 30 days - Dhaka Tribune;

Illegal Bangladeshis in Saudi get another 30 days - Dhaka Tribune

Dhaka TribuneIllegal Bangladeshis in Saudi get another 30 daysDhaka TribuneThe Saudi government has extended its deadline for the departure of illegal immigrants by another 30 days. The decision was taken to provide an opportunity to the immigrants who failed to take advantage of an ongoing general pardon to leave the country.and more »

Saudi Arabia Extends Amnesty for Undocumented Immigrants by 30 Days - Ezega

Saudi Arabia Extends Amnesty for Undocumented Immigrants by 30 DaysEzegaSaudi-Arabia-extends-deadline June 30, 2017 - Saudi Arabia yesterday extended the 90-day amnesty for undocumented migrants to leave the country by 30 days, according to FBC. The move came after Ethiopia requested that the amnesty be extended, ...and more »

Saudi Arabia extends amnesty for illegal residents by 30 days - Bangladesh News 24 hours;

Saudi Arabia extends amnesty for illegal residents by 30 days - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Bangladesh News 24 hoursSaudi Arabia extends amnesty for illegal residents by 30 daysBangladesh News 24 hoursSaudi Arabia has extended a deadline set for illegal residents and labour law violators to leave the kingdom without penalty by a month. Related Stories. Saudi general amnesty for illegal residents ending June 25. The extension announced by the General ...and more »

Letter From Riyadh - Carnegie Europe;

Letter From Riyadh - Carnegie Europe

Carnegie EuropeLetter From RiyadhCarnegie EuropeAmid a changing distribution of global power, it is more important than ever for Saudi Arabia and the EU to explore new ways to diversify their trade. June 30, 2017. Print Page; Comments (+). Strategic Europe continues its Capitals Series exploring how ...and more »

Dependent fee looms large on expats in Saudi Arabia - Zawya;

Dependent fee looms large on expats in Saudi Arabia - Zawya

ZawyaDependent fee looms large on expats in Saudi ArabiaZawyaIllegal immigrant workers wait in line at the Saudi immigration offices at the Alisha area, west of Riyadh May 26, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser. RELATED TOPICS. Countries: Saudi Arabia. Companies: Advertisement ...and more »

Deadline for illegal expats to leave extended by one month - Saudi Gazette;

Deadline for illegal expats to leave extended by one month - Saudi Gazette

Saudi GazetteDeadline for illegal expats to leave extended by one monthSaudi GazetteRIYADH — The Directorate of Passports announced on Thursday that the deadline for illegal expatriates to voluntarily leave the Kingdom had been extended by one month. It said royal approval was given for a one-month extension, starting from Shawwal 1 ...and more »

Ethiopia asks for extension of Saudi amnesty deadline - BusinessGhana

Ethiopia asks for extension of Saudi amnesty deadlineBusinessGhanaThousands of Ethiopians are still stuck in Saudi Arabia after a 90-day amnesty for undocumented migrants expired on Tuesday without all of them leaving , the Ethiopian government has said. Communications Minister Negeri Lencho told the BBC that the ...and more »