Working in Saudi Arabia

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About 'Working in Saudi Arabia' Channel

All you wanted to know about working in Saudi Arabia, but didn't know where to ask for!

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Changing profession - important developments

[...] here is, what happens to the expats working in 'Red' and 'Yellow' category companies? The Labor Ministry has announced that expats in these companies can transfer their visas to 'Green' category [...]

To work or not to?

[...] ! Then came the damper. So what if the Education Ministry wanted schools to remain open? The Labor Ministry does not think so. In a complete reversal of the stand taken by the Ministry of Education, [...]

To work or not to?

[...] ! Then came the damper. So what if the Education Ministry wanted schools to remain open? The Labor Ministry does not think so. In a complete reversal of the stand taken by the Ministry of Education, [...]

Of minimum wages for expats

[...] who is forced to take up sundry jobs after his regular work. My attention was drawn to the labor ministry's proposal to raise the minimum wage for Saudis in private sector. Take a look at this [...]

Finally, a deadline for labor disputes

[...] a fair trial and without even knowledge of the charges against them (which is a fact), the Indian embassy lost its spine and simply branded this organization as "illegal" (click here). Pity, [...]

New rules for domestic workers

[...] ? Meanwhile, embassies are gearing up for the mass exodus of workers from the kingdom. The Indian embassy has announced various helpline numbers. Starting today, a team of Arabic speaking officers [...]

New rules for domestic workers

[...] ? Meanwhile, embassies are gearing up for the mass exodus of workers from the kingdom. The Indian embassy has announced various helpline numbers. Starting today, a team of Arabic speaking officers [...]

Finally, some relief !

[...] are gearing up for a mad rush of thousands of such people who want to get out. In fact, the Indian embassy is now making arrangements to put extra staff to handle this rush. All expats wanting to go [...]

Tough times do not last (really?)

[...] and punish the expats working in these firms by jailing and then deporting them?   The Saudi Government has announced (click here) that projects worth SR855 billion are going to be spent only in [...]

Low cost Hajj services

[...] become an expensive affair even for Muslim expatriates who are working in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Government's Hajj Ministry has now announced that 22 companies have been licenses to provide low cost [...]

Death compensation procedure in Saudi Arabia

[...] important point is that the format for POA is fixed by the Ministry of Justice of the Saudi Government, so you must take care not to change even slightly and it must be complied with 100%. [...]

Some relief finally?

[...] to the original Nitaqat scheme. So much has been the impact of these changes that the Saudi Government was forced to call the diplomats of all major labor exporting countries for a briefing last [...]

New developments for laborers in KSA

[...] iqama was mentioned as 'Labor' but who were actually working in other professions. Once the Nitaqat program was announced, there was such a scramble by people in these categories to change [...]

New developments in Nitaqat program

[...] I had covered in my earlier post (click here) in detail about the Nitaqat program. I would now like to update readers of some very important developments which have been [...]

Finally, some relief !

[...] The havoc caused by implementation of the Nitaqat program on expats has already been well documented (click here). As expected, thousands of [...]

Nitaqat nightmare

[...] to jobs in the green range. Sadly, companies employing 9 persons or less do not fall under Nitaqat program so people working in these firms still need a release or NOC from their sponsors to move into [...]

Sponsorship transfer in Saudi Arabia

[...] to bring to the attention of expatriates precisely to a very important provision in the Saudi Labor Law. Article 18 specifically states that if an ownership of a firm is transferred through [...]

Labor courts and your contract

[...] important issues before approaching any of these commissions. As per Article 222 (1) of the Saudi Labor law, you must definitely take up your case within 12 months from termination of your contract or [...]

Insurance for families now compulsory

[...] sponsors simply stopped paying the Iqama fees of their employees. Forget about what the Saudi labor law says that it is the responsibility of the sponsor to bear all the Iqama renewal charges. [...]

Now, pay for your return tickets!

[...] regulations which has a direct bearing on all expatriates working in Saudi Arabia.   The Saudi Labor Law specifically states that the to and fro air tickets of expatriates would be borne by the [...]

Registration of Engineers in Saudi Arabia

[...] are not engineers? Then what about the attestation on the original certificate done by the Saudi embassy back home? That attestation is done only after the Education Ministry certifies that the [...]

Procedure for Police Clearance in Saudi Arabia

[...] of your iqama and passport while you were in the kingdom and the relevant fees. Approach the Saudi embassy in your country and obtain the police clearance certificate form. Fill this in. Next, go to [...]

Police clearance for Indian nationals

[...] entered the kingdom. However, it was never implemented strictly and over a period of time, the Saudi embassy in India also stopped insisting on it. But now, it has become official. What does this mean [...]

Death compensation procedure in Saudi Arabia

[...] the External Affairs / Foreign Office in your country. Finally, they must be attested by the Saudi embassy or consulate in your home country. Once this is done, you must submit the entire set to your [...]

Revised attestation procedure for Indians

[...] is that your original work contract has to be attested by the Saudi Chamber of Commerce and Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs. These two attestations will be taken care of by the sponsor and he will [...]

Telephonic contact for Saudi Interior Ministry

[...] like to inform readers that a telephonic "help line" has been opened by the Saudi Ministry of Interior to help out people with various queries pertaining to their Department. It is a [...]

Nitaqat nightmare

[...] to the basic information of their company's 'color'. A saving grace is the website of the Saudi Ministry of Labor. Click on this link, but before that keep someone beside you who can read Arabic [...]

New developments in Nitaqat program

[...] like to update readers of some very important developments which have been announced by the Saudi Ministry of Labor. Four conditions have now been imposed for those who want to transfer their jobs [...]

Expats affected by Nitaqat

[...] of problem has now begun to surface. Unscrupulous sponsors have now started dumping their expat employees under the pretext of Nitaqat, without paying their dues. The worst affected are those who [...]

Finally, some relief !

[...] , put a severe strain on expats. What happened was that many sponsors simply abandoned their expat employees and refused to renew their iqamas. "Saudization is nice to talk about, as long as it [...]

Finally, some relief !

[...] , put a severe strain on expats. What happened was that many sponsors simply abandoned their expat employees and refused to renew their iqamas. "Saudization is nice to talk about, as long as it [...]

Expat engineers, the new milch cows in Saudi !

[...] of Engineers which has caused nothing but heartburn not only among expats, but also among Saudi sponsors themselves. Read more » Working in Saudi Arabia [...]

Frozen bank accounts

[...] when they try to leave the kingdom. Expats wouldn't be so much bothered about whether their Saudi sponsors have fulfilled their statutory obligations or not, but for one major catch. In case the Saudi [...]

Police clearance for Indian nationals

[...] and not from 25th January, as mentioned. What is particularly comforting is the fact that Saudi sponsors too need to have their visa requests certified by the local Chamber of Commerce and [...]

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Changing profession - important developments

[...] here is, what happens to the expats working in 'Red' and 'Yellow' category companies? The Labor Ministry has announced that expats in these companies can transfer their visas to 'Green' category [...]

To work or not to?

[...] ! Then came the damper. So what if the Education Ministry wanted schools to remain open? The Labor Ministry does not think so. In a complete reversal of the stand taken by the Ministry of Education, [...]

To work or not to?

[...] ! Then came the damper. So what if the Education Ministry wanted schools to remain open? The Labor Ministry does not think so. In a complete reversal of the stand taken by the Ministry of Education, [...]

Of minimum wages for expats

[...] who is forced to take up sundry jobs after his regular work. My attention was drawn to the labor ministry's proposal to raise the minimum wage for Saudis in private sector. Take a look at this [...]

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