Gulf Labour Markets, Migration, and Population (GLMM) Programme

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Oman: Arrests of foreign workers in irregular situation, selected nationalities (2012)

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Country of nationality Arrests
Bangladesh 7,059
Pakistan 4,379
India 2,716
Other nationalities 1,473
Total 15,627

Source: Ministry of Manpower, Annual Yearbook 2012
ANNEXED NOTE

1. Technical Notes and Definitions

The table refers to all arrests performed during the given year, due to any type of contravention to entry, residency and labor laws
(infiltrators, those working with a tourist or visitors’ visa; those working in a profession other than that stated on their iqama, etc).
Operations of detection of foreign nationals in irregular situation are conducted in private sector’s establishments by MoM’s Search Department (taftish) jointly with the Royal Police of Oman.

2. Institution which provides data

Ministry of Manpower, Mascate

3. Data availability

Ministry of Manpower’s website:
English
Arabic
MoM’s Annual Reports for the years 2009 to 2013 are available in PDF format (in Arabic only) in the “Media Center” section of MoM’s website:
http://www.manpower.gov.om/portal/media/AnnualReport.aspx

Last date of access: September 2015.

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