Saudi Arabia accepts first batch of free visa holders (photo)
The Saudi Arabian Embassy in Egypt released copies of the passports of the Jeddah, Riyadh and Medina airports during the acceptance of the first beneficiaries of the visitor visa for arrivals (by air) electronically.
The Embassy said in a statement attached to it with a series of photographs that the passports of King Abdulaziz International Airports in Jeddah, King Khalid International Airports in Riyadh and Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz International Airports in Medina were the first to take advantage of the benefits of a visit visa for arriving (by air) electronically.
Passports confirmed their readiness to serve those who received a visitor visa for those who arrive (by air) electronically, supporting all international ports with qualified personnel and technical devices, noting that the validity of the visa is (90) days and the duration of residence in the Kingdom is (4) days, and confirmation of departure before its end.
It is noteworthy that visa holders can move around the regions of the Kingdom and attend various events, and for those wishing to perform Umrah, apply (nusk), and it does not give its holders the opportunity to perform Hajj, in addition to benefiting from the delegation of drivers service for visitors, since this service allows car rental offices to allow visitors to the Kingdom to rent cars through the Absher Business platform.
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