Posted by : Aahil Shaik Thursday, April 9, 2020
Jawazat in Saudi Arabia announces the Postponment of the collection of 'Issuing Resident ID (Iqama)' for 3 months for Private Sector
The General Directorate of Passports (Jawazat), in cooperation with the National Information Center, announced the postponement of the collection of fees for "issuing iqamas" for workers in commercial and industrial professions in the private sector, due to establishments for a period of three months from the date of 18th March 2020 until the date of 16 June 2020. See Also : Jawazat started extending Exit Re-Entry visas for 3 months without fee
Jawazat explained that this step comes in the framework of the efforts taken by the Kingdom’s government to reduce the economic, financial and development impacts on the private sector due to the precautionary measures taken to face the repercussions of the outbreak of the new Corona pandemic. Recommend : Good news for some expats who want to return to their home countries
- Which included postponing the payment of fees for some government services due on private sector establishments, noting that it is possible The owner of the establishment in the private sector may issue a “iqama” to his employees without paying the identity fees, provided that it is paid after three months, according to the specified period.
#الجوازات_السعودية تعلن تأجيل تحصيل رسوم "إصدار هوية مقيم" المستحقة على منشآت القطاع الخاص لمدة (ثلاثة)أشهرhttps://t.co/DR3I7O7HUe#كلنا_مسؤول pic.twitter.com/3G4sQlCus5— ا لـ ـجـ ـو ا ز ا ت السعودية (@AljawazatKSA) April 9, 2020