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Alien Business Investment Act
 
Alien Business Investment Act
Section 13 A permit issued under this Act shall have a term of one year from the date of its issuance, except in the following cases:
  • A permit issued to an alien under Section 10 shall have a term equal to the duration of permission for entry to work under the relevant law;
  • A permit issued to an alien under Section 12 shall have a term specified by the Director – General or the official assigned by the Director – General buy not for more than one year from the date of its issuance;
  • A permit issued to an alien who has been permitted to enter the Kingdom temporarily under the immigration law shall have a term equal to the duration of the permission for such alien to stay in the Kingdom at the time or issuance of the permit;
  • A permit issued to an alien who has been permitted to enter and stay in the Kingdom temporarily under the immigration law without a definite period shall have a term of thirty days from the date of its issuance.
Section 14 Where the permit holder under Section 10 has been granted an extension of time to work under the relevant law, the permit holder shall notify the Registrar within thirty days from the date of being granted the extension lf time, and the Registrar shall make a note of such extension in the permit.
Section 15 Before a permit expires and the permit holder wishes to continue to do such work, he shall file an application with the Registrar for renewal of the permit. In such a case, the applicant for renewal of the permit may continue working until the Registrar issues an order refusing the renewal.
The renewal of a permit shall be made once a year, except in the following cases:
  • Renewal of a permit under Section 13(3) shall be made again for not more than the duration that such permit holder has been granted an extension of time to stay in the Kingdom;
  • Renewal of a permit under Section 13(4) may be made for a period of thirty days each time, unless such alien has been permitted to continue to stay in the Kingdom under the immigration law for a definite period exceeding thirty days, in which case the permit shall be renewed for the period permitted to stay in the Kingdom buy not for more than one year.
Section 16 The Minister shall have the power to issue the ministerial regulations prescribing the form, rules and procedures in the following cases;
The renewal of a permit shall be made once a year, except in the following cases:
  • Application for a permit and issuance of permit under Sections 7,8,10 and 12;
  • Application for renewal of a permit and renewal of a permit under Section 15;
  • Application for a replacement permit and issuance of a replacement permit under Section 19;
  • Application for approval and granting of approval for change of work or change of the working locality or place under Section 21;
  • Issuance of an identity card under Section 31.
Section 17 In the case of refusal to issue a permit or refusal to grant an approval under Section 15 or refusal to grant approval for doing other work or changing the working locality or place under Section 21, the applicant shall be entitled to appeal to the Minister by filing a written appeal with the Director – General or the official assigned by the Director – General or the Registrar, as the case may be, within thirty days from the date of being notified of the order lf disapproval. Upon receipt of the appeal, the person receiving the appeal shall forward it to the Board within fifteen days. The Board shall consider the appeal and propose its opinion to the Minister within fifteen days, and the Minister shall make a decision on the appeal within thirty days. The decision lf the Minister shall be final.
In the case of appeal against an order lf refusal to renew a permit under Section 15 referred to in paragraph one, the appellant shall be entitled to continue to work until the Minister’s decision on the appeal is rendered.
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