FINAL EXIT, RE-ENTRY: MUST KNOW THIS THINGS IN SAUDI ARABIA

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The Javasat Directorate will impose a fine of 1,000 riyals for canceling an expired final exit visa. Recipients of the final exit are required to leave the country within 60 days of the visa expiring. Failure to leave the country within the stipulated time after receipt of the final exit will result in a fine of one thousand riyals for cancellation of the visa and issuance of a new final exit. In such cases, the iqama must have time to complete the new final exit visa process.  Those who leave the country on a re-entry visa will have to wait three years to get a new visa if they do not return within the visa period. In case of non-return, two months after the expiry of the visa, the status of ‘Leaving Saudi Arabia and not returning’ will be automatically entered in the Javasat computer system. No need to approach Javasath Directorate for this.

No changes can be made to the visa after the re-entry visa has been issued. However, the visa can be canceled and a new re-entry can be issued by paying the fee again. The visit visa cannot be made muqeem (iqama). Penalty for delay in renewal of Iqama will be levied three days after the expiry of Iqama.  Those who delay the renewal of iqama will be fined 500 riyals for the first time. A second offense will result in a fine of 1,000 riyals. The Javasat Directorate said that those who repeat the offense for the third time will be deported from Saudi Arabia.