Umrah Visa in Saudi Extended from 30 Days to 90 Days

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah said that the Umrah visa, which used to only be valid for 30 days, will now be valid for up to 90 days.

The ministry told pilgrims that they had to do their Umrah within the time limit and leave the country before the visa ran out or they would be breaking the rules.

Umrah Visa extended to 90 days

Umrah Visa in Saudi Extended from 30 Days to 90 Days

During the 90 days, Umrah pilgrims can go anywhere in the kingdom.

Pilgrims don’t need another tourist visa to move around the kingdom. They can move easily by train, bus, or car between Makkah and Madinah or any other city in the kingdom.

During this time, it’s important to note that pilgrims can move freely between Makkah and Madinah and all the other cities in Saudi Arabia.

Also, the pilgrim can enter and leave the Kingdom through any international or regional airport.

The ministry says that Umrah pilgrims must fill out the Nusuk application for Umrah permits.

Nusuk is a digital platform that helps people from all over the world plan pilgrimage trips to Saudi Arabia.

The ministry said that people who want to go to Saudi Arabia for Umrah or travel must have a valid visa.

Saudi Arabia said earlier this month that women no longer needed a male guardian, or mahram, to perform Umrah in Saudi Arabia from anywhere in the world.

The ministry said that there is no limit on how many Umrah visas Muslims from all over the world can get.

The Minister of Hajj and Umrah, Dr. Tawfiq Al Rabiah, said, “You can book an Umrah permit through the platform in a short amount of time, and then you can get the visa in 24 hours.”

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