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The Saudi police have arrested 14,253 thousands of illegals in one week who were breaking the law (SPA)
According to an official report, Saudi officials arrested 14,253 people in one week for violating the country’s immigration, labor, and border security laws.
8,610 persons were arrested between December 1 and December 7 for violating residency laws, 3,451 were detained for attempting to cross the border illegally, and 2,192 more were detained for labor-related reasons.
According to the report, of the 438 people who were arrested for attempting to enter the Kingdom illegally, 43% were from Yemen, 48% were from Ethiopia, and 9% were from other countries.
Another 117 persons were caught as they attempted to enter neighboring nations, and 21 of them were arrested for their involvement in transporting and housing violators.
According to the Saudi Ministry of Interior, anyone found to be supporting illegal entry into the Kingdom—including by providing transportation or shelter—could face a maximum 15-year prison sentence, a fine of up to SR1 million ($260,000), or the seizure of their property and cars.
In Makkah and Riyadh, you can report suspected infractions by calling the toll-free number 911; in other parts of the Kingdom, you can call 999 or 996.
Additionally, from November 24 to November 30, the Saudi authorities arrested 8,148 persons for breaking residency laws, 2,126 for breaking work laws, and 3,859 for crossing the border illegally.
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