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The total cost of the electronic visa for Saudi Arabia with Visagov is 194 - 224 USD. This includes the visa fee, health insurance and all Visagov services: 24/7 customer services and the revision of the documents before submitting.
The Saudi e-Visa is valid for one year from the day it’s issued. It allows multiple entries up to 90 days each during 6 months after the first entry and it can’t be extended.
Before applying for a Saudi eVisa you will need your valid passport from any of the eligible countries, a personal photo, a valid email address and a valid credit or debit card. The passport must be the same one in your application and the one you will carry with you during your trip.
It takes only 24 hours to process your Saudi e-Visa and it will be sent directly to your email address. As the validity is one year from the day it’s issued, you can apply whenever you want, but due to the Saudi policy we can only process it 6 months before your trip.
No, they are both considered as holy places and according to islamic laws only Muslims are allowed to visit Medina and Mecca.
You should be up-to-date on all routine vaccines (Chickenpox, Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis, Flu, Measles-Mumps-Rubella, Polio, Shingles, COVID-19) and recommended vaccines like Hepatitis A and B. However, we will always recommend you to ask your doctor what do you need depending on where you are going, where you have been, how long will you stay…
Whenever you want! You can apply for an e-visa from anywhere with Internet connection. Depending on when you are planning to visit KSA and the conditions of your national passport of course!
This is the updated list of eligible countries of the e-Visa for Saudi Arabia. You can check with our eligibility checker, if you meet the requirements. You can apply now to Saudi eVisa if you meet the requirements.
Yes, you can! After your application is fully completed, you will receive an email with a link to your personal information and you will find there your visa status. If it’s approved, you will get a link to download it directly.
If you have committed any mistake with your application and your payment has not been proceed, you can modify any information you want. If your payment is done, it’s not possible to modify it and you will have to start the application again.
Yes, you can perform Umrah with a Saudi e-Visa. Just put it as the reason for your trip when you’re asked in the Saudi tourist visa application form. Remember you can only do it if you are muslim. If your name is not muslim, you will be asked for a certificate from your local Mosque.
Yes, a visa will be required to all United States citizens upon arrival at KSA. You can check more information depending on your national passport before applying for Saudi eVisa.
Yes, British citizens need a visa to enter KSA. There is the option of applying for an electronic visa in order to reduce time with paperwork and avoid visiting embassies or consulates.
The entry requirements for Saudi Arabia are: having an approved Saudi Arabia visa, having a passport with at least 6 months validity from the start of the trip, having travel insurance and being vaccinated against yellow fever if the traveler comes from an endemic country.
It was not until the end of 2019 that the electronic Saudi Arabia tourist visa was implemented. The local government changed the rules and introduced the eVisa, thus making it more straightforward for tourists to enter.
The Saudi Arabia visa is valid for 1 year and allows for multiple entries during that time. The maximum continuous stay is 90 days, every 6 months. With this visa to Saudi Arabia, you can travel to the country for tourism, visit family, leisure purposes and even to the Umrah (exclusively for Muslims).
The government reserves the right to refuse entry to the country, even if you have an approved Saudi Arabia visa. Each traveller will be assessed individually on arrival by the relevant immigration officer. In the case that you have lied or omitted important information that could pose a threat to the country's security or national interests, your entry will be refused.