NO BAN ON EXPATS LEAVING ON FINAL EXIT VISAS SAYS JAWAZAT

Jawazat (GDP) has denied rumors have been circulated on social media that says expatriates leaving on a final exit visa will ban them from entering the Kingdom for three years.

Jawazat said in a statement: “Anyone who has left on a final exit visa on a regular basis, without any remarks against him, has the right to return on a new visa.”

Now it is clear that expatriates leaving on final exit visas without legal issues can return to Saudi Arabia at any time.

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Mohd osman

My iqama has expired before 7 month I have to go final exit and I have already paid my iqama fees to my kafeel(sponsor) but he doesn’t renew iqama so I request you to make exit on it…

Wendell Bayot

How about if the employer did not give exit visa. He work fir 5 yrs no give benefits. Specially in remotw area. So better leave with exit reentry visa and go not to returned.