Saudi Arabia, also known as KSA (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), is famous for many “Expats”. According to a survey, “Expats” are doing almost 67% of jobs in Saudi Arabia. Nearly 10.74 million expatriates working in KSA, including 23% Syrian, 14% Indian, 10% Pakistani, 10% Egyptian, 9% Yemeni, 8% Bangladesh, 7% Filipino, 6% Srilankan, 4% Indonesian, 4% Sudanese, 3% Jordanian/Palestinian, 1% Turkish and 1% Westerners

Saudi Arabia is a tourist country full of benefits that most people do not know. That’s why it’s the perfect place for foreigners who want to move into a new home. Except being the holy place for the MUSLIMS worldwide, many expats wish to visit KSA. Furthermore, yearly hundred thousand visitors visit SAUDI ARABIA, which includes Pilgrims and expats.

Verify yourself if you don’t believe us! We have combined the perfect five reasons why living in Saudi Arabia is so ideal for foreigners.

(1) – Low Taxes Or No Taxes:

Many foreigners will cite this as an important reason why they have moved to the country. As of August 2020, the government has “no tax payable on the salaries of foreign employees”. There was no sales tax in the country. However, this exciting benefit may change in the future.

Recent government and media reports have suggested that due to financial difficulties caused by several factors, including falling oil prices, the Saudi government may start collecting sales tax next year or so.

However, Finance Minister Ibrahim al-Assaf recently announced, “No concrete plans to levy income tax on foreigners working in the country”. Al-Assaf and the Saudi government said, “Do not doubt that this will deter some foreigners (and foreign companies) from working there in the future.”

(2)- First-Class Schools:

Children can attend many private, international schools that adhere to standards set by Western institutions, including the GCSE, PSAT / SAT, and the global baccalaureate system.

(3)- High-Level Expats Isolated Abd Compound Communities:

Most Saudi Arabian immigrants live in “compounds” or isolated communities provided by companies for their employees. These compounds are usually surrounded by concrete walls and have at least one “security checkpoint” that separates residents from non-residents. Other immigrants live in houses or apartments located outside the compounds, but they usually live mainly abroad.

Because of the separation of the expat community from Saudi citizens, the expats form very narrow classes within their compound. It promotes unique relationships between residents that are similar to those in other parts of the world. Some compounds also organize community events, such as softball tournaments or block parties, to encourage community cohesion. Many residents even plan international trips together!

(4)- Prime Local And Foreign Travel Location

Saudi Arabia is a tourist destination throughout the year. Millions of people visit SAUDI ARABIA to see its culture, holy place, diverse environment, summer tourist programs. Saudi Arabia is in the heart of the Middle East, making it easier for migrants to travel to countries such as Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Lebanon at relatively cheap rates. Want a weekend trip to Jordan? Easy! A direct flight from Riyadh to Oman usually costs $ 200 to $ 350 and only takes two hours.

It is also great for traveling to other countries outside the Middle East, such as Singapore, Thailand, China, and Australia. Most immigrants take advantage of the holidays while going home for the desired amount of time.

(5)- Paid Vacation Days:

If you are coming from the PAKISTAN (or INDIA), the amount of vacation time allowed for expatriates under Saudi law would be surprising. Under Saudi labour law, all workers (unfortunately not including domestic workers) are entitled to at least 21 days of paid annual leave.

That’s almost double the average in the US! (In fact, the United States does not even need to pay its employees.) Some companies in Saudi Arabia even pay their employees for vacation tickets.

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