More than 19,000 expat workers apply for Exit Oman without paying any fine waiver scheme: ministry of labour

Expats can leave Oman without paying fines
Expats can leave Oman without paying fines

Muscat: The Ministry of Labor revealed the statistics of the management system for the period of facilitating the procedures for leaving the non-Omani workforce for the period from November 15 to November 26, 2020, which amounted to 19,527 applications according to the status of the work permit.

The ministry stated in a statement, that among these, 966 are for workers who do not have work permits in the country, 463 are work permit canceled, 8,517 people left their jobs and total of 9,581 are active, ministry of labour said.

As for the registration requests according to the method of entering the Sultanate, it amounted to 19,527, including 18,601 applications for work visas, 418 requests for visit visas, 136 applications for family joining visas, 164 applications for visas to join relatives, 174 applications without documents and 34 applications for a tourist visa, ministry of labour added.

This expats work permits expired fine waiver scheme will be until 31 December 2020, who wants to registration can be done at the Ministry of Labour’s website, who don’t have any valid paper documents can contact their embassies to do the process of exit scheme.


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