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Oman extends amnesty until June 30

Oman extends amnesty until June 30

Middle east
In Muscat Amnesty extends amnesty in Oman until June 30 The Ministry of Labor said that the extension was for another three months in the Kovid context and that those without residences should register within this period. The amnesty was extended as the term was due to end on March 31. This is the fourth extension of the amnesty announced on November 15 last year. Those who have got the out pass can also return by June 30. Illegal occupants staying after the amnesty period will be fined. As of Wednesday, 65,173 expatriates had registered for amnesty. Of these, 46,355 returned home. Work permit fees and illegal residence fines will not be levied on those who leave the country under the amnesty. Passport and Resident Card holders can also avail this benefit. In the context ...
Govt. Expatriates clapping

Govt. Expatriates clapping

Middle east
Manama Expatriate Keralites welcome LDF government's move to make RT-PCR screening free at Kerala's airports. The central government has made the Kovid test compulsory since the 22nd. The organizations pointed out that the suggestion that they would have to pay for the inspection on their own when they arrived in India could not be justified. When the Center turned its back on it, the Kerala government realized the difficulty and intervened. The new central rule has created hardship for those who have lost their jobs, ordinary people and those who return home with their families. There are many Malayalees who came to the UAE to go to Saudi Arabia and Kuwait as there is no direct flight. They are unable to travel to those countries due to the flight ban and are preparing to return home...
Budget that gives expats confidence: Culture

Budget that gives expats confidence: Culture

Middle east
Doha: Qatar Culture has hailed the state budget for announcing a number of projects for the welfare of expatriates. The Pravasi Kshemanidi pension has been increased by Rs 3,500 for expatriates and Rs 3,000 for returning expatriates. An amount of `100 crore has been set apart for expatriate relief schemes. Therefore, the confidence and comfort that this budget gives to the expatriates is immense. The projects envisioned are unparalleled for the general development of the state. This budget aims to give a clear direction to the future development of Kerala. "The LDF government has been able to ensure the welfare of all sections of the society along with the expatriates through the budget," Sanskriti said in a press release. . Source link
The Kovid vaccine will be provided free of charge to both nationals and expatriates in Bahrain

The Kovid vaccine will be provided free of charge to both nationals and expatriates in Bahrain

Middle east
Manama: The Kovid-19 immunization vaccine will be provided free of charge to both nationals and expatriates in Bahrain. The decision was made on the instructions of King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa. The announcement was made by Crown Prince and Prime Minister Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa at a meeting of the government's executive committee on Thursday. The vaccine is given to people over 18 years of age through 27 medical centers across the country. The vaccine is given to 5,000 people daily. It then aims to expand to 10,000 vaccinations per day. The decision underscores the country's commitment to protecting the health of all by providing a vaccine approved by the World Health Organization and the National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA). On December 4, Bahrain approved...