Mohammad Yousuf and Abdul Razzaq have had their resignations from the Indian Cricket League accepted by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Both players are now once again eligible for selection in the Pakistan national team, having previously been banned due to their links with the unsanctioned Twenty20 competition.
"We can confirm that both Yousuf and Razzaq have resigned from the ICL," read a PCB statement.
"They are both available for selection."
Earlier this week, PCB chairman Ijaz Butt indicated that batsman Yousuf could be fast-tracked into the national team for the series against Sri Lanka in July.
All-rounder Razzaq has not played an international match in more than two years, but has excelled in the domestic Twenty20 competition.