Saudi Arabia's government wants people to think the country is rich, but 10,000 laid off Indian migrant workers are saying otherwise.
India is also planning on flying some of these workers home.
The 800 Indians who lost their jobs most recently were laid off from a Saudi-Lebanese construction company.
The layoffs followed protests from workers saying the company had not paid its employees for seven months.
New laws passed last year are thought to have improved Saudi Arabia's long-criticized migrant working conditions, but rights groups have still been wary.
Of course, it's not only Indian expats that are struggling to make ends meet. Some estimates say a quarter of the population lives in poverty.
And the Saudi government has been tight-lipped on both situations.