Posted by : Aahil Shaik Friday, February 9, 2024

New online service launched for registration of Non-Saudi legal advisors for Firms

The Ministry of Justice in Saudi Arabia started a new online service called Najiz that lets non-Saudi (Expat) legal advisors work for law companies and register with the ministry. Most Viewed : Saudi Arabia to open its first liquor store in Riyadh

A person can get registered by following a few simple, safe, and reliable steps that help the legal field grow. To make lawyers more efficient, support skill in the legal field, and improve preventative measures, this is also helpful.

- In order to get the service, go to and select the non-Saudi legal advisor registration request service. Then, fill out the forms that are specific to that service, attach the necessary documents, and finish all the other steps until the license is issued.

- The Ministry of Justice recently stated that it is giving licenses to 15 law firms from other countries. They are also looking into 15 other applications to become lawyers in the Kingdom. Trending : An Arab expat arrested in Saudi Arabia for forging University certificate in order to get work

- Such licenses have been given to companies from countries like the United States and the United Kingdom. The goal is to improve the business and investment climate in Saudi Arabia and to raise and grow the legal profession.

It is worth mentioning that the Najiz platform has a site just for lawyers. It has a lot of benefits for lawyers, such as keeping their personal information and cases separate from the cases they are working on as lawyers.

- The portal also offers professional services and a number of interactive services for lawyers, as well as judicial, implementation, and paperwork services. See Also : AlUla Arts Festival turns the ancient city into an open-air living museum

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