Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Final Exit in Saudi Arabia

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Final Exit in Saudi Arabia

In the end emigrants have to leave Saudia Arabia, as it is temporary. Your employer has to process final exit, therefore, be in good terms with them keeping in mind your contract period notice. If you are unfamiliar with your contract period notice then at least 30 days must be given for processing your final exit.
 It is very important to make sure you completed certain things before organizing your final exit visa in Saudia. You need your sponsor if you want to cancel your final exit visa. -send your family to your home country before you, if they are living with you in Saudia.
-To avoid getting your bank accounts frozen, you should withdraw all money beforehand. -Inform the landlord before 30 days if you are living in a rental house. Find someone for your house if the contract with your landlord is not completed.
 -To avoid getting in troubles at airport departure, you must clear all your bills and deactivate your credit cards and hand over them to their respective companies. -
 All your important articles should be sent to your home country through cargo, and sell your car before leaving.
- Electricity bills should be paid. Landlines and postpaid sim cars under your name and Iqama should be deactivated.
 -If you are planning to go to either European or western countries, you must get a police clearance certificate. End of service benefits: When your final exit visa is processed, you can appeal your employer to give you end of service benefits amount as cash as your bank account has been frozen. That amount can be sent to your home through any of your friends’ help, as you do not have iqama.
Final exit visa: Final exit visa should be kept safely, even when you are in your home country, as it will be required when you are employed on another job in Saudia Arabia. Some companies do not facilitate you with final exit paper as it is not stamped by immigration facilities. However your passport has a final exit stamp on it.


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