Wazarat Amal, also spelled as Wazarat-e-Amal, is a department or ministry responsible for the administration of justice in some Muslim countries.
The specific responsibilities of the department may vary depending on the country, but generally it is responsible for overseeing the judicial system and ensuring that laws are applied fairly and consistently. This may include supervising the activities of courts and judges, enforcing court decisions, and providing legal advice to the government.
In which countries is Wazarat Amal located?
WazaratAmal is a term used in some Muslim-majority countries to refer to the ministry or department responsible for the administration of justice. It is not used in every Muslim-majority country, and its usage may also vary depending on the country. I could not find a specific list of countries that have a Wazarat Amal, but it’s commonly used in countries that have a Islamic legal system.
Saudi Arabia Wazarat Amal
In Saudi Arabia, the Wazarat Amal (Ministry of Justice) is responsible for overseeing the administration of justice and the legal system. Its responsibilities include supervising the activities of courts and judges, enforcing court decisions, and providing legal advice to the government.
The ministry also plays a role in shaping and implementing legal policy, and in developing and maintaining legal codes and regulations. Additionally, it also responsible for the administration of notaries public, execution of judgements, and handling of legal disputes.
You can check Iqama expiry status on Wazarat Amal website
It is not correct that you can check the Iqama (residency permit) expiry status on the Wazarat Amal (Ministry of Justice) website in Saudi Arabia.
The Iqama status can be checked through the website of the General Directorate of Passports (Jawazat) or MOI (Ministry of Interior) of Saudi Arabia, where you can enter your Iqama number and view the expiry date of your residency permit, along with other information such as your personal details and visa status.
WazaratAmal is mainly responsible for the administration of justice and legal system in Saudi Arabia. It is not involved in the management of Iqama or residency permit.