Final Exit Visa
Expat residents in Saudi Arabia require a Final Exit Visa (Khurooj Nihai) in order to leave the kingdom permanently. The final exit visa ensures that your employer allows you to leave the country permanently. Expats who leave on a final exit visa can re-enter the Kingdom with a new visa. You can check your final exit visa status in two ways: through the MOL-KSA website or through the Absher portal.
How to Check Final Exit Visa Status on MOL website
You can check your final exit visa status on the MOL website (Ministry of Labor) by entering your Iqama number, passport number, or border number.
Visit the MOL website: https://www.mol.gov.sa/Services/Inquiry/NonSaudiEmpInquiry.aspx
Fill in your ID number.
Click on the “green” button.
If your employer has already issued your Final Exit Visa, you will see a “خروج نهايي” (khurooj nihai-final exit) result in the employment status. If your final exit has not been issued yet, you will see the result “علي رأس العمل” (ali ras alamal-on the job).
How to Check Final Exit Visa on Absher?
Visit the Absher website: https://absher.sa/
Select English or Arabic.
Log in to the Absher platform.
Go to “Dashboard“.
Click on “More Details” under the name tab
Scroll down and look for “Visa Class” under “Visa Information“.
If your Final Exit Visa has already been issued, your Visa Class will be “FINAL“
Also Read: How to Issue Final Exit Visas through Absher