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Combating coronavirus: Saudi allows all nationalities to register to travel back home – News

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Expatriates can submit a request of return electronically via the Absher platform.

Saudi Arabia exceptionally allowed residents of all nationalities to register for the repatriation service “Awdah” which allows people with valid visas to travel back to their home countries if they wish, the Ministry of Interior said on Wednesday.

“The Ministry of Interior allows, exceptionally, all nationalities to register in ‘Awdah’ initiative launched recently, for residents holding visas (exit and return, final exit, visit of all kinds, tourism) to travel by air to their countries, by submitting return requests electronically via ‘Absher’ platform,” SPA quoted¬† the Ministry of Interior as saying.

Expatriates holding exit and return visa, final exit, visit visa of various kinds, and tourist visa,  and wish to return to their countries by air travel, can submit a request of return electronically via the Absher platform.

The Ministry of Interior confirmed that the departure of the expatriates will be through the following airports: (King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, King Fahd International Airport in Dammam, and Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Madinah) after the approval of the countries to allow the reception of their citizens.





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