25 years serving Saudi; OFW deported for suing employer’s unfair dismissal – No Justice being served

Saudi Arabia Ministry of Interior Deported OFW for suing Employer who illegally dismissed him after 25 years of Service

 Filipino suing employer for unfair dismissal deported

 A Filipino who was being held at a deportation center despite having a pending case against his former employer for unfair dismissal was repatriated home on Tuesday, his family has confirmed.

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Edgar Mendoza, who had been working in Saudi Arabia for 25 years, had claimed Samir Photographic Supplies (SPS) was forcing him to go home based on a verbal order from the Ministry of Interior, allegedly over a 2012 case that he maintained he had been cleared over.

To complicate matters further, he said during a labor court hearing into the dispute last month he was forced by the company muaqeb and two alleged policemen in plain clothes to get into the latter's car before he was eventually driven to the deportation center.

Mendoza's lawyer Fahad Mohammad Barayan, who had previously claimed his client was being held at the deportation center because the Passport Department (Jawazat) had told him there was still an unspecified case against him, said: "Our next step is to continue speaking with both the [Jawazat] and the (Interior) Ministry officially to find out what so-called secret case Edgar is involved in.

"But in short and what I have discovered from the Jawazat is that they don't want us to see or know the accusation against Edgar from the ministry that made the Samir Group terminate him, because they know that I will reply to them hard and with all the proof attached to it.

"So yes there's a mystery in his case that we are willing to find out soon by the will of Allah."

Mendoza has previously claimed it was possible the unspecified case the Passport Department was referring to was when he ran away from one of the department's offices as he was first being processed for deportation in July last year, around the time when he was told by SPS that he would have to leave the Kingdom.

He said he accepted that he did leave the office to get help from the Philippine Consulate, but only because he was allegedly forced to go to the office by the company and also because he wanted justice. – Saudi Gazette


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