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Saudi Arabia Put 11 Rules Of Exit Re-Entry Visa In New Labor Reforms

Saudi Arabia Put 11 Rules Of Exit Re-Entry Visa In New Labor Reforms

The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development in Saudi Arabia Clear up the requirements and conditions for getting advantage from the exit and re-entry service within the services of the initiative to improve the contractual relationship.

Exit and re-entry service is a part of services of the initiative to improve the contractual connection, which allows the expat to raise the application for issuing an exit re-entry visa during the validity of the work contract documented through his account on the “Absher” platform.

The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development has defined some set of requirements need to be meet in order to get benefit from the service and are represented in the following requirements and conditions:

1. The worker must be part of the expatriate professional employment subject to the labor law.

2. The worker must have a valid and authenticate work permit.

3. The worker must have a valid iqama that covers the period of exit re-entry visa.

4. The passport must be valid for a period for 90 days not less than of it.

5. The worker must be present in the Kingdom when applying for a exit re-entry visa.

6. The worker must not have any traffic violations.

7. The employee must have an account on the Absher “individuals” platform.

8. The worker hold up the fees of the exit and re-entry visa application.

9. The service allows an expat worker to request exit and re-entry visas for his family members.

10. A worker can cancel the exit and re-entry visa.

11. If the worker breaches his responsibilities and does not return to complete the documented work contract, he is prevented from returning to work in the Kingdom permanently.

The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development mentioned that the period of exit and re-entry visas is 30 days, calculated from the date of issuance of the visa.

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