Newborns of Expats Are Now Permitted to Enter Saudi Through Visa Upon Arrival but With Some Conditions

Newborns of expatriate residents in Saudi Arabia are allowed to enter the Kingdom without having to obtain a visa in the parent’s home country, the General Directorate of Passports said on Saturday.

The child will be issued a visa upon arrival in the Kingdom, subject to certain conditions, according to comments by the Directorate that were published in 3alyoum news site.

“A visa for the child will be issued at the point of entry on arrival, provided the newborn has an independent passport and that the parents are residents in the Kingdom — where the wife is dependent on her husband,” the Directorate said.


Exit Re-entry Visa To Be Scrapped- A Motion Pushed by Businessmen in KSA

Policy Update on New Visa After Expiry of Exit Re-Entry Visa

Hundreds of Filipinos with Unpaid Debts Stranded and Denied of Final Exit in KSA

Indian Embassy Announced New Amnesty Period for Illegal Indian Expatriates in Saudi Arabia

How to Transfer To a New Company Without Sponsor or Kafeel Approval?

Source; Arab News

Add Comment