Saudi Arabia approves 48-hour and 96-hour transit visit visas

Saudi Arabia approves 48-hour and 96-hour transit visit visas
Saudi Arabia approves 48-hour and 96-hour transit visit visas

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RIYADH — Saudi Arabia has approved issuance of transit visit visas for a validity period of 48 hours (two day) and 96 hours (4-day) and the visas will cost SR100 and SR300 respectively.

The Council of Ministers decided to amend a paragraph of the Schedule of Visit, Hajj and Transit Visas by land, sea or air in this regard, according to a report published by the official Umm Al-Qura newspaper on its website.

The Cabinet’s decision came in the framework of improving and developing the regulations related to the entry visas to the Kingdom.

The Council of Ministers decided to approve the amendment of Paragraph 3 of the Schedule for the Structure of Visit, Hajj and Transit Visas in the following manner.

• Transit visa for visit by air, sea, or land, with a validity of 96 hours, and the duration of stay is 96 hours for a fee of SR300.

• Transit visa for visit by air, sea, or land, with a validity of 48 hours, and the period of stay is 48 hours, with a fee of SR100.


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