Pakistanis To Get Saudi Arabia’s Visit Visa On Arrival!

Good news for Pakistanis, as Saudi govt announced recently the facility of visa-on-arrival for a few countries. Though the policy came in with some conditions, still it looks like a positive step by the Saudi authorities. Government officials told the press that folks already holding visas of renowned countries such as; the US, UK, and Schengen are going to be ready to get visa-on-arrival.
Saudi Arabia to accept tourism open-heartedly! Visitors holding visas of those countries will immediately get their visas from any Saudi airport after paying a fee of SR440, which exchanges to 18,000 PKR

Making it easier for people to go to Saudi Arabia , sure looks like an act to market tourism and cultural integrities. Certainly, Saudi Arabia is primarily famous as a religious hub to Muslims all over the world.Each year millions of Muslims visit Saudia for Umrah, however, this scheme also introduced the permission for Muslims to perform Umrah on their visit visa. Furthermore, non-Muslims will not be allowed to visit Makkah or Madinah for religious practices. This sounds fair, or else the Muslim community will break into outrage as these two cities hold religious importance for Muslims.

Visitors will be allowed to stay for 90-days and visit their native countries multiple times during their stay in Saudia. Though, a precondition requires visitors who are traveling to Saudia for the first time to travel from Saudi airlines.
However, if you’ve got visited Saudi Arabia before you’re not compelled to go to in their airlines. You can travel from whatever airline you’re comfortable with without any mandatory restrictions.

Last September, the country revised its visa policy and extended the standard visit visa to 90-days for several countries. However, sadly Pakistan couldn’t make the list nor India. The policies remained the same for other countries.
People are really complying with the online procedure since they have made things quite easy for the people. Electronic visa has made things easier as applicants will be receiving their visas on their doorsteps.
What do you think of the implementation? Let us know in the comments section below

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Making it easier for people to go to Saudi Arabia , sure looks like an act to market tourism and cultural integrities. Certainly, Saudi Arabia is primarily famous as a religious hub to Muslims all over the world.
Each year millions of Muslims visit Saudia for Umrah, however, this scheme also introduced the permission for Muslims to perform Umrah on their visit visa.
Furthermore, non-Muslims will not be allowed to visit Makkah or Madinah for religious practices. This sounds fair, or else the Muslim community will break into outrage as these two cities hold religious importance for Muslims.

Visitors will be allowed to stay for 90-days and visit their native countries multiple times during their stay in Saudia. Though, a precondition requires visitors who are traveling to Saudia for the first time to travel from Saudi airlines.
However, if you’ve got visited Saudi Arabia before you’re not compelled to go to in their airlines. You can travel from whatever airline you’re comfortable with without any mandatory restrictions.

Last September, the country revised its visa policy and extended the standard visit visa to 90-days for several countries. However, sadly Pakistan couldn’t make the list nor India. The policies remained the same for other countries.
People are really complying with the online procedure since they have made things quite easy for the people. Electronic visa has made things easier as applicants will be receiving their visas on their doorsteps.

What do you think of the implementation? Let us know in the comments section below

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