The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia decided to exempt some categories of foreigners from fees and fines, especially those who left the Kingdom with an exit visa and were unable to return.

General Suleiman bin Abdulaziz Al Yahya, Director General of Passports in Saudi Arabia, said in a press statement today, Saturday, that "categories exempted from fees and fines include expatriates who have a valid residence permit and left the Kingdom with an exit and return visa and were not able to return, and their residency expired or their visas have expired, ".

He added: "Exempt categories also include residents inside the Kingdom who issued an exit and return visa or final exit visa and did not benefit from them in addition to the expatriates who came to the Kingdom with a visit visa, whether for their relatives, or the task of doing or performing a specific matter and they wish to leave and they were not able to do so. Things that forced them to stay. "

For its part, the General Directorate of Passports called on everyone to obtain news related to the passports from its official channels, to avoid conveying inaccurate information.

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