Saudi opens visa centre in Bahrain
Manama, July 5, 2013
A Saudi visa service centre has opened at the Bahrain Financial Harbour, which will issue 23 types of visas to residents, including visit and residence visas.
Saudi Embassy charge d’affaires Riyadh bin Saud Al Khenini inaugurated the facility, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
Residents planning to perform Haj and Umrah have to secure the necessary visas via accredited agencies. However, they will have to report to the newly-opened centre for their biometric identification.
Residents planning to get visas to enter Saudi must book an appointment online via the website before reporting to the centre to finalise procedures. – TradeArabia News Service
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