Nepali Embassy pledges resolving workers’ woes
RIYADH: The Nepali Embassy based in Riyadh of Saudi Arabia has called on all Nepali workers to approach the embassy if they come across any trouble in course of employment.
The Embassy also urged the work force to keep it informed if the employment provider company did not offer work to job aspirants or refused to renew the tenure and hesitated to provide payment.
Also the embassy has asked Nepali migrant workers to inform the embassy or submit evidence if they are not granted re-entry visa or exit visa on request at least two months prior to the expiry of contract period.
Published Date: Thursday, December 6th, 2018 | 10:46 PM
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