Regularisation of situation of 130 Tunisians stranded in Qatar with false employment contracts (Jarboui) | Tunisia News Gazette

Regularisation of situation of 130 Tunisians stranded in Qatar with false employment contracts (Jarboui)

Some 130 Tunisians out of a total of 200 stranded in Qatar with false employment contracts after being scammed by private employment offices, have seen their situation regularised, said Monday Secretary of State for immigration and Tunisians Expatriates Adel Jarboui.

He added, in a statement to TAP, that Qatar will open, next April, an accreditation office in Tunis to protect Tunisian citizens who want to work in this country against possible attempts of scamming.

Efforts continue, he said, to find a solution to the 70 other Tunisian victim of scamming.

According to reports circulating recently, 5,000 Tunisians unknowingly receiving false employment contracts issued by private employment offices found themselves abroad, in certain Gulf countries, in an irregular situation. particularly in Qatar.

Source: TAP News Agency

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