Good news for Pakistanis from Saudi Kingdom


Lahore, 25th Feb: According to the reports of Baaghi TV, Pakistanis and Indians can get their visit visas on arrival at Saudi Arabia, provided they have a valid UK, US or Schengen visa stamped on their passports.

Saudi Arabia has introduced one year multiple visa for Pakistanis, Indian Muslims and all other applicants who have a valid UK, US and Schengen visa stamped on their passports. This visa will be valid for a year and people will be allowed to perform Umrah on this visa, but are prohibited to perform Hajj.

The visitors will be able to get their visa on arrival at all the International Airports of Saudi Kingdom with the condition of making the payment of 440 Saudi Riyals through their credit cards, as no cash payment will be accepted at the airport.

Visitors will be allowed to stay for a period of 90 days at the maximum and can have multiple entries to Saudi Arabia during the validity of their visit visa.

According to the reports, a condition applied to this visa service is that, it is applicable to those UK, US and Schengen visa holders who have visited these places at least once, those who have UK, US and Schengen stamps but have not visited, will not be permitted the Saudi visa on arrival.

The reports also state another of the pre-conditions of the visa policy, that the visitors will have to travel through Saudi-based airlines including, Saudi Airlines, Flynas or Flydeal and is madatory for the first time visitors. Repeat visitors who have a valid visit visa can travel through any other airline.

This visa service that started the last month, has been proven quite helpful for the visitors, as they have to pay the visa fees through their credit card at the immigration counter and can get a multiple visit visa for a year, for their whole family in a very less duration.

Stay tuned to Baaghi TV for further information.


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