Passports revealed the penalty for the establishment that employs expatriates who violate the regulations, or leaves its workers to work for their own account or for others, or uses other workers.
Penalty for covering up the violating employment
Passports indicated that the establishment that employs expatriates in violation of the regulations, or leaves its workers working for their own account or for others, or using other workers exposes them to the following penalties:
A fine of up to 100,000 riyals, banning recruitment for a period of up to 5 years, and imprisonment for the responsible director for a period of up to one year, with deportation if he is an expatriate.
Passports called for support for efforts to curb violators of residency, work and border security regulations by not employing, sheltering, transferring or covering them up.
To report violators of residence, work and border security regulations, call 911 in Makkah Al-Mukarramah, Riyadh and Eastern regions, and 999 in the rest of the Kingdom.
Rules for dealing with expatriates who violate the regulations
According to the labor law, the rules for dealing with expatriates who violate the regulations include the rules for dealing with expatriates who violate the regulations, the second item, which is that the violating expatriate be deported at the expense of the employer, unless he is absent from work and is notified at the specified time; His deportation will be at the expense of whoever is found working for him.
The rules included that if the violator was working for his own account, he would be deported at his own expense. If he could not secure the travel ticket; It shall be transferred at the expense of the state, and the necessary and sufficient amounts shall be allocated for this purpose in an item designated for this purpose
Likewise, the violating expatriate from those who come with Hajj or Umrah visas or visit visas of all kinds, and others, will be deported at the expense of whoever is found working for him. Sneaky.
The eighth clause stipulates that every expatriate who is deported will be denied entry to the Kingdom, in accordance with the periods and procedures that are determined according to a regulation issued by a decision of His Highness the Minister of Interior.