If you are an expatriate living in Saudi Arabia, it is important to know the process of renewing your Iqama in case your passport has expired. Iqama, also known as the residence permit, is a mandatory document required for all foreign nationals living and working in Saudi Arabia. In this article, we will guide you through the steps of renewing your Iqama in case of a passport expiration.
Jawazathas clarified over social media (twitter) about the vailidity of the passport while renewing Iqama for an expatriate. One of an Expat has asked a query on Twitter “Is Iqama renewal allowed, incase of passport expiry?“
Jawazat responded to the query that the passport must be valid in order to renew iqama for an expatriste in Saudi Arabia.
Earlier, a period of 3 to 6 months were given to expat to incase of passport expiry to renew Iqama (residency permit)
Renewing your Iqama in case of an expired passport can be a complicated process, but following the above steps will ensure a smooth and hassle-free experience. Make sure to plan ahead and be aware of the necessary procedures to avoid any delays or difficulties
Please renw your passport before it get expired.