Amnesty Period which started on March 29th 2017 and was supposed to be end on June 29th 2017 is extended by 30 days more. The Extension is said to extended after the Eid-ul-Fitr June 25th (1st Shawwal 1438H) till July 25th 2017.
Amnesty Period Extended by 30 Days
This will help expatriates to change their illegal status in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This step was to make Saudi ‘A Nation free of Violation’.
Expatriates who fails to correct their status within this period may face heavy fines anf might also face legal issues and even can be blocked to re-enter kingdom.
The 30-day extension is in line with directives of Minister of Interior Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Naif, according to Director General of Passports Maj. Gen. Sulaiman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Yahya, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Amnesty Period allows illegal expatriates to leave Saudi Arabia without penalty or correct their residence status in the kingdom.
Extension of Amnesty Period for 30 days is really a good time of all Expatriates those who have issues in Saudi to clear things and lead a happy life in Saudi Arabia.