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Streamlined Visa Management: Saudi Employers Can Now Easily Cancel Workers’ Visas

Discover Saudi Arabia’s new and improved visa system for expatriates! Easily manage visas through the Absher platform, with quick online cancellations and extended flexibility. Stay informed on passport validity requirements and embrace the digital transformation for a smoother expat experience in the kingdom.

Streamlined Visa Management: Saudi Employers Can Now Easily Cancel Workers' Visas

Saudi Arabia has made it easier for people from other countries living there to manage their visas. The Saudi General Directorate of Passports has a new way for employers to cancel visas using the Absher platform, which is an online government system.

Now, employers can quickly cancel visas online through their accounts. But, it’s important to remember that the fees for getting these visas are not refundable.

Here are some important things to know:

  • Your passport must be valid for at least 90 days for an exit/re-entry visa and 60 days for a final exit visa.
  • If you are in Saudi Arabia, you can change an exit/re-entry visa to a final exit visa.

The General Directorate of Passports wants people to use the Absher platform for digital services like getting and renewing residency permits and getting exit/re-entry and final exit visas. This is part of Saudi Arabia’s plan to use more technology for government tasks.

Changes in Saudi Arabia’s visa rules now let people with exit/re-entry visas come back to the country until the last day of their visa. Also, they can extend their visas online even if they are outside Saudi Arabia. They just need to pay the fees on the Absher platform or the Muqeem portal.

Visa applicants need to have a valid passport for the right amount of time. And, if someone is outside Saudi Arabia, they can’t change from an exit/re-entry visa to a final exit visa.

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Saudi Arabia has many people from other countries, about 13.4 million, which is 41.5% of the total population. These changes are meant to make things better for them by making visa processes easier and using technology for government tasks.

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