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Saudi Arabia’s visa policy is one of the most complicated and restricted travel policies in the world. Hence, it would do good to apply for a Saudi visa well in advance for all tourists who desire to enter the country. All foreigners require valid passports that are valid for at least 6 months, along withadvance visas.Though Saudi Arabia mostly prefers not to grant visas to unaccompanied women, it offerswork permits in a few selected field, especially teachers, maids and nurses.
Citizens of other Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nations, i.e. Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, and Oman,do not need a visa to enter Saudi Arabia. Also exempted from visa requirements are foreigners transiting through airports for less than eighteen hours, but many other entry requirements, such as the dress code and restrictions on unaccompanied females, still apply.
Please note that Saudi Arabia does not recognise dual citizenship, so you must avoid carrying two passports at any time. Visa applications should be addressed to the nearest embassy of Saudi Arabia, or you can apply in your own country.
There are several kinds of visas available for those wishing to visit Saudi Arabia. Visas are granted to tourists and their family membersas Business Visa, Diplomatic and Official Visa, Family Visit Visa, Government Visit Visa, Residence Visa, Student Visa, Work Visit Visa, and also Hajj Visa and Umrah Visa for Muslim pilgrims. Check the Saudi Arabia government website for detailed information about the same.
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia