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Insurance Policy Coverage for Visit Visa (Visitors) in Saudi Arabia

The Council of Health Insurance in Saudi Arabia has confirmed that the visitor’s insurance policy will cover emergency cases up to SR 100,000.

The Council has also stated that visitors’ insurance policy covers pregnancy and emergencies cases related to childbirth, and a the maximum amount of SR 5,000 during the policy period.

It is worth noting that people who are visiting kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the purpose of a visit using Visit Visa can apply for insurance that will issue them a visitor visa through the Enjazit (https://enjazit.com.sa/) platform on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website.

Insurance Policy Coverage for Visit Visa in Saudi Arabia

Insurance Policy Coverage for Visit Visa in Saudi Arabia

The Council declared that, if the visitor applies for an extension of their visitor’s visa after the expiry date it is mandatory to issue new insurance that covers the extended period that is linked to the passports.

In the event that a new medical insurance was issued to visitors after the visit visa was extended while they were inside Saudi Arabia, and the data did not appear after their inquiry through the link: Official Website

The Council noted that the visitors can submit a complaint about not linking a visitor through the link: Website

The Tawakkalna app explained it was a health check for users of this app would be “insured visitor” if they are visiting the Kingdom with a visa to visit in the event that they hold an active and current medical insurance.

The app stated “health” status for an “uninsured visitor” means that the visitor is who is not from the Kingdom and doesn’t have an effective insurance in place, and”the “uninsured visitor” will be treated as an unimmune visitor.

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