Expats over 25 years of age must transfer Iqama for renewal. The latest update by Jawazat, also known as the General Directorate of Passports. This is one of the important updates for residents living in Saudi Arabia with Iqama. More details below.
Expats over 25 years age must transfer Iqama for renewal
The Expatriates who are under the dependent of the primary family member must transfer their ID if their age is above 25 years. The Iqama of the head of the family will also not be renewed unless they transfer dependents above 25 years to another sponsor. This is mainly related to kids who are under the Iqama of their parents.
Saudi Gazette, 2020
Jawazat answered the query: “The directives stipulate the transfer of services for those who have reached the age of 25. In order to be able to complete the renewal of a resident’s identity, please refer to the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development as long as you have exceeded the legal age.”
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