The Indonesian migrant worker (SSZ) worked for two decades in one of the Saudi families’ homes in the Eastern Province, and after the death of the employer, the heirs failed to complete the visa procedures and the final exit of the expatriate, forcing her to file a lawsuit to the Director General of the Ministry of Human Resources branch in the region Al-Sharqiya, Abdul-Rahman bin Fahd Al-Muqbel, and under his direction, the Labor Office, represented in the Committee for Settling Domestic Service Workers’ Disputes and Those of Their Equivalency, began to end the suffering of the domestic worker’s case.
The heirs falter
The expatriate stated that she came to the Kingdom in 1999, to work as a “domestic worker” for a family in the Eastern Province, consisting of 6 people, in addition to the parents. After the death of the employer, she wanted to continue her work with the family, as the family did not delay payment of its dues. She complains of ill-treatment, but when she wanted to return to her country, the heirs failed to complete the procedures for issuing the final exit visa, which led to her staying with one of the heirs and discontinuing her family.
The expatriate revealed that she did not take the escape as a solution to her suffering, out of respect for the state’s regulations, and in appreciation of the family of the sponsored who helped her deal with her exit procedures, which made her communicate regularly with the Embassy of Indonesia, which in turn contacted the Labor Office in Khobar, due to its spatial competence.
The work director of the news office, Mansour Al Bin Ali, explained that after the Indonesian embassy contacted and was keen to end the immigrant’s travel procedures, the office was able, within days, to end her suffering after issuing the worker’s final exit visa in cooperation with the competent authorities, so that the expatriate could return to her country.
Between the lawyer and the legal and legal advisor, Hamad bin Khaneen, that an expatriate has the right to request financial compensation if the cause of her stalled exit is a government or individual entity, whether the sponsor or the non-sponsor, and she has the right to object, provided that her denial and discontinuation of her failure to communicate with her family without her consent or lack Her consent to remain with the sponsor; Because not agreeing to her brings harm to her psyche and health.
– The expatriate came to the Kingdom in 1999 as a domestic worker.
– When she wanted to return to her country, the heirs failed to complete the procedures for issuing the final exit visa.
This led to her staying with one of the heirs and being cut off from her family
Escaping did not find a solution to her suffering, out of respect for state regulations and the family of the sponsored.