Riyadh (Gulf Inside) Foreigners deported cannot return to the country on a work visa as such persons are barred from coming on a work visa for life. Now such persons can come only on Umrah or Hajj visas.
According to Gulf Inside, a person from Pakistan found out from the Saudi Passport Department that he was deported 6 years ago, now can he return to the kingdom again? In response, the permits state that deported foreigners cannot return to the country on a work visa, as such people are barred from coming on a work visa for life. Umrah or Hajj can only come on a visa.
In addition, Pakistani citizens wishing to go to Saudi Arabia were told the solution to come to the kingdom, stay in another country for 14 days before arriving in Saudi Arabia, PCR test must be done at least 72 hours before coming to the kingdom, Saudi Arabia. A booster dose will have to be given after arrival. A person has asked on the permits what are the conditions for those who have been vaccinated in Pakistan to go to Saudi Arabia?
In response, it was clarified that people from such countries where it is forbidden for travelers to enter the country directly, should stay in another country for 14 days before arriving in the country. PCR tests must be performed at least 72 hours in advance. People who have not been vaccinated against the corona vaccine in Saudi Arabia but have received any WHO-approved vaccine and are not vaccinated in Saudi Arabia will be deported. A booster dose will have to be applied upon arrival.