Oman amnesty: registration process begins for expired work permits holders to leave country

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Muscat: Expats in Oman who wish to leave permanently, particularly those with expired work permits or have been reported to have absconded from their employers (runaways) are encouraged to avail themselves of the program.

Oman announced on Tuesday 10th November , expats those work permits expired can leave the country without paying fine starting from 15th November until 31st December 2020

Steps to finish the procedures for expatriate manpower to leave during the Amnesty period from November 15 to December 31, 2020

1, Ensure that you have the travel document (passport) is valid

2, Submitting the registration request to leave the Sultanate via.

Those interested may being the process of registration with the online facility provided by the MOL website below link as follows.

The ministry of labor website

Sanad service center

Embassies of their countries

3, After 7 days of submitting the registration request, the expat worker is allowed to travel.

4, Visiting the office of the Ministry of Labour at Muscat International Airport 7 hours before the flight, bring with them the below documents

Their confirmed travel tickets

Valid passports or travel documents

COVID-19 (PCR test) result valid for 72 hours .

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