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MoI intends for intensive security campaign in a bid to rectify the status of 120,000 expats

 

 

The Ministry of Interior intends to take measures in a bid to rectify the status of 120,000 expatriates proven to have violated the Residency Law through intensive security campaigns in places densely populated by expats; as well as the farms, livestock pens and industrial areas.

This step will be taken as per the new instructions issued and applied by the Residency Affairs General Department. The residency permit of any member of an expatriate family will not be renewed if one of them is proven to have violated the Residency Law until the latter rectifies his status by leaving the country or legalizing his status, indicating this also applies to expatriates who entered the country on visit visa.The Residency Affairs Sector has instructed residency departments in the six governorates not to renew the visit visa granted to the family member of an expatriate if the latter violated the law.-A.T.

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