3 Months Grace Period for African Expats in KSA
There are thousands of Africa expatriates in KSA. As of now, Saudi Arabia announced that they can leave the Kingdom within 3 months of the grace period. There are five African countries included, Nigeria, Chad, Eritrea, and Ethiopia.
African Illegal Expats Must Leaven KSA Now
There is great news for those expatriates who live in the KSA illegally. They can now leave without settlements, pay their traffic fines, and setting any dues. There is nothing to stop them to get to their home countries from KSA. This is the best chance for them to leave.
African expatriates from the above-mentioned countries can get full advantage of amnesty period of three months. The news is authentic and published on the Saudi Gazette official website. But remember this is only for those who belong to Nigeria, Chad, Eritrea, and Ethiopia. Read Saudi Arabia to Increase Pakistani Workers Quota.
As per the sources and Saudi Gazzete, the expatriates who want to return must pay the dues and clear their records. However, if they want to be banned and done wanna come back, thus is no restrictions. Read Employee Rights as per Saudi Labor Law.
Authorities in Ethiopia said that they get the same information from the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Though both authorities have an agreement on the same information.
According to Ethiopian authorities, they are about to issue legal documents and flight tickets to their citizens. So that they can arrive safely to their loved one and home without any hesitation. If you are the one from the country then wait and keep yourself informed then visit your embassy and ask for help.
However, if you are in Makkah the lucky one. Because they are about to release nearly 300 documents per day in Makkah.