Saudi eVisa

After a variety of successful international events held in Saudi Arabia in recent times, the government of the Kingdom has decided to jump on the eVisa bandwagon and begin offering visa free entry to Saudi Arabia for several of the largest tourist groups, including US citizens. There have been four major sporting and cultural events […]

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Saudi Arabia has discussed the implementation of online visas for several years but plans to issue an electronic visa were delayed due political disagreements. Now, officials have an optimistic outlook and are expressing that a Saudi e-Visa could be available soon. The introduction of an electronic visa would be a dramatic change for Saudi Arabia as […]

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Most visitors to Saudi Arabia need a passport and a visa to enter. There are only 4 visa exempt countries: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, and the UAE. Citizens of these countries can enter by using a national ID card instead of a passport. At the moment, Saudi Arabia doesn’t issue tourist visas, they only issue Hajj […]

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The new Saudi eVisa system, Sharek, is expected to be available to those planning to attend the 2018 Saudia Ad Diriyah E-Prix, the first event of the FIA Formula E Championship, on 15 December. Applicants require an entry ticket in order to be able to apply for the Sharek international events visa. The Sharek online […]

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