Expat Levy Exemption
Expat Levy Exemption for three months announced by Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is trying to help the Residents of the Kingdom in these difficult times. The Government has taken the steps to exempt Expat levy for specific people. The details are below.
Expat Levy Exemption for three months announced by Saudi Arabia
The Saudi Press Agency has announced that ” those whose Iqama has expired from now until 30 June 2020, by extending their Iqama for a period of three months without charge.” The official twitter can be seen below. This is a bit of relief for people who are having issues in budgeting during Coronavirus Pandemic times.
Exemption from expat levy for those whose Iqama has expired from now until 30 June 2020, by extending their Iqama for a period of three months without charge.#SPAGOV— SPAENG (@Spa_Eng) March 20, 2020
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My Iqama expiry is on 8-8-1441, which is April 1st. On 2nd Feb, my company made my final exit also. But due to the present ruling, they cancelled my final exit. Now my company mandoob is asking to pay 1year Iqama fee for me and family( around 30,000 sar!!). Please advise.