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The Saudi government has given the privilege of returning illegal immigrants from Saudi Arabia to resident permits or expatriates in Akama, without jail penalties.
The special program, which began on December 22, expires resident permit workers and escapes from the workplace.
However, those who do not have any type of car and case in Saudi Arabia have been given the opportunity to return home without the cost of jail fines and exports only with the cost of a plane ticket.
To get this benefit, a special application form will be given from the labor office of the country, it should be duly filled out and verified from the Bangladesh Embassy or Consulate and submitted to the local Saudi labor office. At the end of the verification process, the applicant will be informed via a mobile message.
“This is a special exit program announced by the Saudi government,” said Mehdi Hassan, Labor Welfare Wing Counselor of Bangladesh Embassy in Saudi Arabia. It can’t be called exactly Amnesty, because everyone inside Amnesty falls. In the current program, not all Bangladeshi working in Saudi Arabia will read. The government’s directive that we have received here is that all the Bangladeshi working in Saudi, who have become Iqama Expired, the company is not renewing Iqama for any reason, they will fall into this program.
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