Saudi Embassy in Manila to begin receiving work visa applications from Sept. 21

Recruitment will be only done through approved recruitment offices in the Kingdom

  
Image used for illustrative purpose. Stamping Passports.

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MANILA — The Kingdom's Embassy in the Philippines is scheduled to start receiving work visa applications, as of Monday, Sept. 21, 2020, through labor export offices only, the embassy announced on Saturday.

As to recruitment, the embassy warned against dealing with social media accounts or individuals. It stressed that recruitment will be only done through approved recruitment offices in the Kingdom.

Those who have expired exit/re-entry visas, as well as visit and residency (iqama) visas, must visit the Visa Service Center approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as of the forthcoming Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, to complete procedures and pay the fees, the embassy added.

Those who have valid exit/re-entry visas must contact the airlines and then undergo a coronavirus examination.

No person will be allowed to enter the Kingdom's territories unless they submit proof that they are free from the COVID-19 infection, the Saudi Embassy in the Philippines stressed.

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