Foreign workers return transport expenses
FOREIGN WORKERS RETURN TRANSPORT EXPENSES
A- Upon the termination of the employment relationship, the expiry or the cancellation of the work permit, the last employer for whom the work permit was issued shall be obliged to incur the transport expenses of the foreign worker’s transport to the place, specified in the contract of employment. If the contract of employment, did not specify such a location, the employer shall bear the cost of the transport of the foreign worker to a location, to which he belongs by nationality.
Such employers shall also bear the expenses of preparing and transporting the corpse of a deceased foreign worker to the place of his origin or to the place of residence should his family so requested.
B- If an employer employs a foreign worker without obtaining a permit, the obligation to incur expenses referred to in the above Paragraph shall shift to such an employer.
C- In cases requiring the deportation of a foreign worker, and in the event of such worker’s death, the relevant department in the Ministry of Interior shall undertake the deportation or corpse transportation, if applicable, at the Authority’s expense.
The Authority shall refer to the employer for reimbursement of the expenses resulting there from.
Last Update: Sunday 14 February 2010