Campaigns to Arrest Violators in Sharjah

05/02/2013
Houl AlEmarat Newspaper
 
Brigadier General Dr Abdullah Ali Saeed Bin Sahoo, General Manager of General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Sharjah, President of the Media Committee of the time limit, announced that the administration will begin after the time limit a campaigns to arrest the violators, and that there will not be tolerated in this regard at all.

Corridors of the General Directorate of Foreigners Affairs in Sharjah witnessed severe crowd on the last day of the grace period granted by the Ministry of Interior for offenders of residence, numbers were estimated in hundreds of those who came at the last day to the administration in Sharjah, where the deadline expired on Monday, amnesty period granted by the Ministry of Interior for violators of law of entry and residence of foreigners, which began on 4 December last year at the state level, in implementation of the Cabinet decision to grant offenders 60 days to leave the country, with exemption from fines imposed on violation of the law of entry and residence of foreigners and their exceeding of the period of stay, and exemption from the penalties prescribed in accordance with the law.

Bin Sahoo explained that Sharjah centers was receiving about 100 persons on a daily basis, through a working groups, to finish all transactions simply and easily.

Brigadier Dr Abdullah Ali Saeed Bin Sahoo, General Manager, of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Sharjah, had told a number of media after the conclusion of the annual forum for Strategic Partners, which was organized by the administration last week, that there is no intention to extend the amnesty period of the offenders, noting that the granted period is quite enough to modify the conditions of offenders, and that the deadline does not mean the issue of repositioning offenders, but relieving them of the fine values of irregularities arising from overstaying in the country, and to give them permission to leave the state without restrictions, to implement the cabinet decision, which grants offenders two months to leave the country, unlikely to extend the grace period, unlikely to extend the grace period, as the administration will start immediately and in close cooperation with "Sharjah Police" the implementation of intensive campaigns to arrest offenders and to apply sanctions and fines against them..

He also stressed that no one progressed to the amnesty have been excluded, as the amnesty period passed without restrictions on anyone, where through the time limit, everyone have been exempted from fines after series of procedures, including ascertaining the identity of the person, and then issue an exit permit to him, after taking the decimal fingerprinting, and Iris scan, to make sure there is no judicial decisions against him, these issues doesn’t take more than 10 days as maximum.
Last Update:: 05/02/2013
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