Posted by : Aahil Shaik Thursday, July 23, 2020
Now it is possible to Transfer Dependents Sponsorship Online in Saudi Arabia
The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development in Saudi Arabia has launched a new e-service that allows expats, who are workers in companies or under private sponsorship, to transfer sponsorship of their dependents to private sector companies without visiting the branches of the Ministry. See Also : Income Tax in Saudi Arabia is not under discussion - Finance Minister
The electronic service allows companies seeking the service of dependents of expatriates to visit ministry's website and request to transfer a dependent service and then select the required profession.
- On submitting the application online, the status of dependent will appear as 'Pending the approval of the guardian'. Recommend : Saudi Arabia announces Eid Al Adha holidays for private and public sector employees
- Then the expatriate shall enter into National Access service in Absher website and then choose to approve or refuse, in order to transfer his dependent sponsorship.
- After the guardian's transfer service is approved, the request will be followed to the Ministry of Interior for approval or for issuing any particulars.
- Once the Ministry of Interior approved, the company shall approach to the concerned branches f Jawazat within 14 days to complete the transfer of service procedures. Read : No specific date set yet for the resumption of international flights
- In case the company delayed in completing the procedures within the specified time, the service will be canceled.
- While transferring, the fee of transferring service of dependent through a bank on the name and iqama of dependent. Their is a condition that the dependent and expat iqama should be valid and expat sponsor should currently working in the Kingdom.
- However, the dependent shall have completed 18 years of age for requesting the transfer of sponsorship, and also the dependent must not be in the list of nationalities which transfer services is banned. Most Viewed : Kaaba Kiswah raised up from the ground