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According to Saudi law, when an expat marries a Saudi girl, he is entitled to various perks. However, marrying someone solely for financial gain is not a good idea.
Benefits for Expatriates Married to Saudi Girl
- The Sponsor of the Husband
The marriage gives an expat a Green Card that allows them to stay in Saudi Arabia for the rest of their lives or until the marriage ends.
She does, however, have the right to issue a final exit on your Iqama at any time. You’ll have to return to your home nation in that situation.
- Nitaqat Law
An expat married to a Saudi female is treated the same as a Saudi national under Nitaqat Law. It means they won’t have to deal with the Saudization’s dangling sword.
The husband or wife of a Saudi national is treated as a Saudi national, according to the Nitaqat Law.
- Start a Business
An expat who marries a Saudi woman can open a business in her name. Normally, foreigners in Saudi Arabia are not permitted to conduct business unless they have a SAGIA license. However, an expatriate who marries a Saudi woman has the right to start a business.
- Good Profession on Iqama
“Spouse of Citizen” is the profession listed on the Iqama of an expat married to a Saudi. Among all the expatriate occupations, this one is held in high regard.
After Saudi Nationals, they are regarded with the utmost reverence by officials.
- No Dependent Fee
Expatriates married to Saudi citizens are among those who are exempt from paying the Dependent’s Fee. According to the dependent’s fee computation, the cost will be SR 400 per dependant each month.
- No Work Permit Levy
The Maktab Amal fee is not required of an expatriate wife or spouse of a Saudi citizen. The annual Maktab Amal charge is SR 9,600.
Disadvantages for Expats Married to Saudi Girl
- No Saudi Nationality for Husband
Unlike many other European countries, an expatriate married to a Saudi girl will not be eligible to Saudi nationality.
Saudi Arabia’s nationality laws are quite rigorous, and it is not possible for an expatriate to marry a Saudi girl and become a Saudi national.
- No Saudi Nationality for Children:
Even if they are born and raised in Saudi Arabia, the children of expatriates married to Saudi girls will not be able to obtain Saudi nationality.
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