Allowing expatriates to work for another person is an offence punishable with imprisonment for a month and a fine of RO800.
In a statement, Public Prosecution said the sentence is multiplied by the number of violating employees. ‘Working without a permit from the concerned authorities by an expatriate or working for someone other than his licenced employer is also an offence punishable by imprisonment for one month and a fine of RO800,’ the statement said.
It added that employee will also be deported from the country and denied access to the country.
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