More than 41,000 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 December 9, 2020, which is 41,425 applications according to the status of the work permit.

According to the data, there are 18,867 active people who applied for their application, 19,415 people left their jobs, 2,198 people without work permits and 945 are work permit canceled.

The statistics showed that 41,425 expats of those who applied to leave, including 39,491 application for work visas, 393 expats without documents, 924 workers with a visit visa, 308 expats entered the Sultanate with a relative joining visa, 222 workers with a family joining visa, 74 expats on a tourist visa, 9 expats were fast visa and 4 expats on study visas.

The Ministry of Labor had allowed the expatriate workforce wishing to leave the Sultanate and return to their countries permanently while exempting them and their employers from all the fines imposed on them.


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