Expired residency visas of expats abroad not allowed to return: Royal Oman Police

The 17th Press Conference of the Supreme Committee on Covid-19, Thursday, 15 October 2020

Muscat: Expired residency visas of expats who are abroad not allowed to return to the sultanate said ROP

The details from the press conference as follows.

Brigadier Said Al Asmi, Director General of Operations in Royal Oman police said :

1, Residents whose visas have expired are not allowed to return as per the directives of the Supreme Committee .

2, The issuance of visas are suspended and not allowed, although for family, entry is only available for those with valid residency.

3, A group of violations were issued to prevent movement and some violations for not wearing masks .

4, The necessity to expedite the payment of violations, otherwise violators will be referred to the public prosecution and the fines will become obligatory to pay .

5, The names and photos of the violators will be published by Royal Oman Police after the completion of the legal procedures on this matter .

6, There is a special system for violations and the amounts are transferred to a fund designated to deal with the pandemic .

7, All violators will be treated firmly .

8, We thank citizens and residents for their cooperation and commitment to the procedures.

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