Saudi Arabia to launch US style permanent residency plan
RIYADH: Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud claimed that Saudi Arabia is planning to launch US style permanent residency system.
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He claimed that more foreign workers will be hired and huge revenue would be generated under this programme.
He said in an interview “The Green Card-like programme and a plan to allow employers to hire more foreign workers above their official quotas for a fee could generate $10 billion a year each.”
He claimed that this initiative will develop confidence in expatriates that they are a part of the country and they could serve more for the kingdom.
Deputy crown prince said “The new system will bring a lot of economic and social benefits. Non-Saudis will pay what the Saudis pay including Zakat , value added tax and insurance premiums. They will be allowed to own real estate and run trade, industry and service firms.”