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Fine of SR 100,000 and 6 months Jail for Employers for allowing expats to work for others

A fine amounting to SR 100,000, and 6 Months in jail for employers who allow employees from abroad to work for another company

Fine of SR 100,000 and 6 months Jail for Employers for allowing expats to work for others

Public Security said that individual employers who permit workers to be employed by other companies or for personal gain will be subject to an maximum penalty in the amount of SR 100,000 and an imprisonment period for up to 6 months. In addition, they will be the imposition of the ban on recruitment for between five and five years.

Saudi Arabia Public Security called on the citizens to inform authorities in the case there is any violation of residence, labor or border security rules by calling the number 911 in the Makkah as well as Riyadh regions, and by dialling 999 in all other areas in the kingdom.

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