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Non-payment of wages is the most common complaint from foreign workers in the Kingdom, while employers’ withholding of workers’ passports remains widespread.
The foreign worker population is the most vulnerable to trafficking in Saudi Arabia, particularly female domestic workers due to their isolation inside private residences.
Saudi Arabia is a destination country for men and women subjected to forced labor and, to a lesser extent, forced prostitution.
Men and women primarily from South and East Asia, the Middle East, and Africa voluntarily migrate to Saudi Arabia as domestic workers or low-skilled laborers; many of these workers subsequently face involuntary servitude.
The government did not report any investigations, prosecutions, or convictions of government employees complicit in human trafficking offenses.
In early 2015, the government conducted anti-trafficking trainings for 11 police officials and hosted a pan-Arab anti-trafficking conference for 30 participants.
The ILO estimated in 2013 that Saudi Arabia is one of the largest employers of domestic workers in the world, a sector with the highest average working hours.
In June 2014, the government investigated the claims of two Indonesian domestic workers who had not been paid by their employers for more than six years.A government study conducted in 2011 reported most beggars in Saudi Arabia are Yemenis between the ages of 16 and 25.Migrants from Yemen and the Horn of Africa enter Saudi Arabia illegally—sometimes with the help of smugglers—via the Yemeni border; some of them may be trafficking victims.Of those convicted, 23 were convicted of forced labor crimes, one for begging, and 44 for sexual exploitation.This was an increase from its law enforcement efforts in the previous reporting period when it reportedly prosecuted 38 suspected trafficking cases and convicted 43 offenders from January to December 2013.