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Employer pays for 7 things of Expat worker until the end of Contract between them

Employer in Saudi Arabia pays for 7 things of Expat worker up to the end of Contract between them


The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development (HRSD) in Saudi Arabia confirmed that the employer bears the recruitment and residence fees for expat worker. Follow Saudi Expatriates on Google News







After one of the beneficiaries inquired, asking, “I have an institution and the worker does not renew his residence, Can I deport him without paying the fees?” See Also : Providing insurance to worker and his dependents is the responsibility of Employer in Saudi Arabia

- The official account for the care of the customers of the Ministry of Human Resources responded it via Twitter, stating, The employer must bear the following

1. Fees for bringing a expat worker.

2. Accommodation fee

3. Fees of iqama (residence permit) and work permit.





4. Fees of iqama renewal (Residence permit), and the fines resulting for delaying it.

5. Fees for changing the profession.


7. A ticket for the worker’s return to his home country after the end of the relationship contract between the two parties.





Employer pays for 7 things of Expat worker until the end of Contract between them - Saudi-Expatriates.com-


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