Iqama for Children above 25 Years cannot be Renewed

Most of the Expatriates have been in living in Saudi for more than 40+ years and their grown up children are also living along with them in Saudi Arabia. Jawazat has directed instructions to all the Expatriates living in Saudi Arabia that Iqama of Sons & Daughters after the age of 25 years will not get renewed.

Iqama for Children above 25 Years cannot be Renewed

Expats Daughters who are between age of 18 years to 25 years will only be able to renew their Iqama after showing their certificates that they are unmarried.

Expat Sons more than 25 year of age who are dependent on Expat, their Iqama will only but renewed after submitting the certificate proofs that they are students and pursuing higher education.

Mostly Expat sons living in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia are pursuing medical or engineering degree have been requesting the authorities for their Iqama renewal.

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