Youssef Al-Bassam, SFD deputy chairman, right, and Imran Riza, UNHCR regional representative, exchange documents after signing the agreements. (SPA)
Two Shoura Council members have endorsed a draft proposition which will allow citizens or residents who wish to donate their organs after death to have their consent shown on their ID card, driving li
With the deadline for legalization fast approaching, around 1,400 to 1,500 applicants have been visiting Jeddah’s Labor Office daily during the past month.
Several Saudi-led fan pages and social media groups have been promoting the Kingdom in a modern, unorthodox and creative way, gathering support from locals, as well as expatriates of various nationali
An illegal tent camp for stranded Filipino workers adjacent to the Philippine Consulate in Jeddah was removed on Tuesday morning by Saudi authorities.
Illegal expatriates who have failed to legalize their status are becoming increasingly worried as the countdown to the Nov. 3 deadline begins.
Indian workers were assured here Tuesday that their embassy would rectify their status before the Nov. 3 deadline.
Several Saudi activists have slammed the United Nations for questioning the Kingdom’s human rights record.
With the Nov. 3 amnesty deadline fast approaching, the Ministries of Labor and Interior have called on illegal expatriates to expedite paperwork processing in order to avoid penal action.
The Philippine Embassy on Tuesday issued a warning to all Filipinos in the Kingdom against receiving packages or parcels from unknown senders because such packages may contain illegal drugs.
Jeddah residents have become wary of consuming red meat due to concerns that huge quantities of rotten sheep meat is being sold in shops following the Haj season.
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