Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan
Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan

Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan revealed this evening Tuesday that the Saudi government has no intention to amend the fees for expatriates in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

In a related context, it was clarified that "the Saudi government will continuously and generally undertake a comprehensive review of all its initiatives, and there is currently no intention of adjusting the financial compensation for expatriates or accompanying persons, and if an amendment occurs, it will be announced in its time."

The Saudi Ministry of Finance clarifies the reality of changing expatriate fees in Saudi Arabia

In this regard, Muhammad Al-Jadaan said in an exclusive interview with Al-Mukhtasar newspaper that the continuation of the citizen account program remains unchanged in the coming year 2020.

On the other hand, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has started applying the "financial return" to all accompanying all expatriate workers, starting in the second half of 2017, at 100 riyals for each utility per month.

The Saudi Ministry of Finance sets the date for increasing the expatriate fees in Saudi Arabia

It is reported that in 2018, indeed, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia applied fees to the surplus numbers of the number of expats in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in each sector.

The date for increasing the expatriate labor fees in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

At the present time, expatriate labor fees are gradually increasing, and the aim is to create jobs for the Saudi people, in all sectors with a high density of expatriate workers.