Saudi officials explain deportation of deportees

Riyadh: The Saudi licensing agency has clarified the law regarding persons deported from the kingdom.

According to the Saudi website, a man found out from the licensing department that he had been deported 12 years ago in the Hurob case. Can he return to Saudi Arabia now?

Licensing agencies say that after the changes made in the immigration law, foreigners who are deported in the case of Harob are now banned from entering the country for life.

Individuals who are deported from Saudi Arabia on any charges are barred from coming on any work visa for life.

The new law bans for life any person who has been deported at any time on a work visa for the state.

The banned persons can come to the kingdom only on Umrah and Hajj visas, besides, they cannot come to Saudi Arabia on any kind of work visa.

Prior to the enactment of the new law, the duration of the ban on deportation was different in the case of Harob.

Under normal circumstances, the ban was 5 years, which was later reduced to 3 years. However, in certain cases, the ban was decided on the report of the investigating officer.

The new law, introduced last year, bans for life any person who has been deported at any time on a work visa for the state, whether they have been in the Hrبb case or in another case. ۔

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