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Jawazat to remain open during Eid-ul-Fitr Holidays

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Jawazat extend exit re-entry

Jawazat to remain open during Eid-ul-Fitr Holidays

The General Directorate of Passports [Jawazat] announced the continuation of work in some of its departments in the regions during the Eid Al-Fitr holiday.

The reception and termination of emergency and necessary procedures, which cannot be postponed or implemented through electronic passport services, through the appointment service on the Absher platform.

The Directorate called on citizens, residents, and visitors to take advantage of the passport services on the Ministry of Interior platforms:

  • Absher Individual.
  • Absher Business.
  • Muqeem Portal.

All these portals allow the implementation of services without the need to visit the passport headquarters.

Jawazat also stresses the importance of making use of the “Tawasul” service, which enables beneficiaries to process notes while requesting electronic passport services through the Absher platform.

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