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Crown prince launches amnesty program for residency, labor law violators

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Author: Mohammed Al-SulamiSun, 2017-03-19ID: 1489935214516384500
JEDDAH: Prince Mohammed bin Naif, crown prince, deputy prime minister and the minister of interior, said in his speech during the inauguration of “A Nation Without Violations” campaign that the program focuses on solving the status of residency and labor law violators. The program will also help individuals who wish to solve their irregularities and be exempted from sanctions.
He urged residents to cooperate in achieving the goals of the campaign. He urged violators to take advantage of the opportunity within 90 days, effective Wednesday, March 29.
The crown prince directed authorities to facilitate the procedures of people who initiate to leave the country within the specified period and relieve them from all sanctions.
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