Work permits expired: Expats can leave Oman without paying fines until 31 December

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All expats with expired work permits can leave country without paying any fines before December 31st.

Muscat: Oman Ministry of labour announced on Tuesday 10th November 2020, that the expatriate workers willing to leave the country will be allowed and the employers and expatriate workers will be exempted from all fees and fines incurred by them. starting from 15/11/2020 until 31/12/2020.

In a statement Ministry of labour said today 10th November: In implementation of the decisions of the Supreme Committee charged with examining the mechanism for dealing with developments resulting from the spread of coronavirus, and in order to facilitate to foreign workforce those who are wishing to return to their countries, the Ministry of Labor announces that they are allowed to leave off to their countries. Employers and foreign workers are exempted from all fees and fines arising from work permits for non-Omani manpower, provided that they leave the Sultanate for good, starting from 15th November 2020 until 31st December 2020.

Non-Omani workers who has expired passports must visit their countries’ embassies in the Sultanate to renew their travel documents, then they should visit the Ministry of labor’s office at Muscat International Airport to complete the departure procedures, taking their travel documents, travel tickets, and PCR certificate, as well as committing to the requirements of their destination country.

Employers should update their data, whoever have any claims should provide evidence to the specialized authorities within a week from the date of publishing the data of foreign workers who are wishing to leave on the ministry’s website.

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