Oman Ministry of Labour extends grace period to change expat work status

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Muscat: The Ministry of Labor announced to extend the grace period for correcting the expat work status until 1/21/2021 within the framework of organizing the labor market as follows:

1 – Amending the occupations of the non-Omani workforce from Omani professions to other professions in accordance with the requirements of the profession to be filled.

2 – Amending the occupations of the non-Omani workforce from suspended occupations to other professions or vice versa, and modifying the professions from lower professions to higher professions or vice versa, in line with the requirements of the profession and amending the worker’s data to occupy them. .

3 – Amending the wages of non-Omani workers according to work contracts certified by the ministry and an exception to the requirement to attach a bank account statement for the worker.

4 – The employer may apply for a license to bring and engage in work for non-Omani workers from within the Sultanate in the event that activities, construction work, brick factories and cleaning work have stopped in the case of the conditions set for this. License is fulfilled.

5 – Cancellation of the notice to leave the worker after paying the prescribed fees to cancel the report, fees and fines resulting from the expiration of the worker’s license to practice work, and an exception to the period specified for canceling the notification from the employer.

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