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The amount of the penalties for failing to provide a resident ID (iqama) to the employee after 90 days from the date of admission was made public by the General Directorate of Passports (Jawazat) in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Jawazat indicated that after paying the expenses, the worker can obtain an iqama using the Absher or Muqeem platforms of the employer, and that in order to complete the process, the beneficiary must undergo a medical examination.
A 500 riyal punishment would be imposed, according to Jawazat, if the worker’s iqama is not issued within 90 days after the date of admission. Saudi Arabia to cut charges by 35% across its 3 major Airports
Ahead of time, the Jawazat called on Saudi citizens to benefit from the issuance and renewal of Saudi passports through the Absher platform and to send them via postal services.
The General Directorate of Passports reminded all citizens planning to leave the Kingdom of the significance of checking their passports for validity and the remaining time before expiration, as well as updating their national addresses and adding any dependents necessary to ensure that their travel documents can be delivered via postal services. The King Fahd Causeway sets the procedure for expatriate travel from Saudi Arabia to Bahrain.
But according to Jawazat, unless the second parent expresses his prior approval or gives the first parent permission, a child under the age of 18 may travel abroad with the permission of one parent alone.
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