Sa pangalawang pagkakataon, pagbibigyan ng Ministry of Labor ng Jordan ang expat workers at ang kanilang mga pamilya na makauwi sa kanilang mga bansa

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Matatandaan na noong nakaraang buwan, nagpalabas ng unang anunisyo ang Ministry of Labor ng Jordan, na maaring makauwi sa kanilang mga bansa, ang mga expat workers at kanilang pamilya sa pamamagitan ng pag-apply sa http://hemayeh.jo website. Nag-umpisa ang application noong Abril 26, 2020 at natapos noong Mayo 4, 2020.

Sinabi ng Labor Minister, na noong Mayo 24, 2020, nag-umpisang tumatanggap ulit ng application ang http://hemayeh.jo website. Patuloy silang tatanggap ng application sa loob ng isang buwan.

Walang penalty na babayaran sa mga may problema sa kanilang residency at visa. Maari din niyang ma-withdraw ang benefits mula sa Social Security bago uuwi ang isang expat.

Ipinaliwanag ng Labor Minister, na ito ay para sa mga expatriates at kanilang mga pamilya na hindi na mahihirapan dahil wala silang trabaho, sanhi ng COVID19 crisis. At para na rin mababawasan ang gastos ng mga employers habang nananatili ang kanilang Jordanian workers.

Sa mga kapwa OFW na gustong mag avail sa programa ng Ministry of Labor pero nahihirapan sa kanilang application ay maari pong kontakin ang ating kapwa foreign NGO sa Jordan, ang Justice Center for Legal Aid (JCLA). Nasa baba ang detalye.

Nasa baba naman ang Google translation ng Arabic press release ng Ministry of Labor kahapon.

For the second time, Jordan’s Ministry of Labor allows expatriate workers and their families to register via a protection platform to leave the country

The Minister of Labor, Nidal Faisal Al-Batayneh, said that the Ministry made it possible for the second time for expatriate workers and their families (parents, children, husband / wife) to register via the platform http://Hemayeh.jo in Arabic and English as of yesterday, Sunday 24/5. / 2020 for a period of one month, in order to allow them to leave the country and return to their countries due to limited job opportunities due to the Corona crisis and the need to focus only on retaining Jordanian workers and not others to help employers reduce their costs.

The Minister of Labor affirmed the continuity of exempting registered workers and their families from residency fines or any sums incurred by them as work permit fees and any other fees, in appreciation of their circumstances in light of the current crisis.

Al-Batayneh added that expatriate workers wishing to leave with their families can still withdraw their financial dues with the Social Security Corporation.

Al Batayneh expressed his hope that expatriate workers who violate or have permits expired from these procedures will benefit from leaving after registering on the platform, in light of the humanitarian, social and global situation, knowing that the travel procedures will be in accordance with the highest standards and preventive and preventive measures to ensure their protection from infection with the emerging Corona virus.

Source: http://mol.gov.jo

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