For permanent exit from Saudi Arabia, expat residents need a Final Exit Visa (Khurooj Nihai). The final exit visa guarantees that your employer will permanently permit you to depart the country.
A new visa is required for re-entry for expats who leave the country on a final exit visa.There are two ways to check the final exit visa status. Either you can check on the MOL-KSA website or the Absher portal.
Check Final Exit Visa Status via MOL-KSA Website
Follow the steps below to proceed with the final exit visa status via the MOL-KSA website
Visit the MOL-KSA website Here
Enter your Iqama number if you have one
If you don’t have Iqama, you can enter your border number or passport numberEnter the captcha code
After submitting the above information, you will see the final exit visa status on the next screen. Also, you can print the page if you want to.
Check Final Exit Visa Status via Absher Portal
Follow the steps below while using the Absher portal.
If you have an Absher account, log into it Here
You’ll see three dots in the top right corner. Click them
From the drop-down list, select ‘Dashboard.‘
Now click on ‘More Details
The Visa information screen will be opened. Scroll down till you see the ‘Visa Class’ option
If your Visa Class option says ‘FINAL,’ it means your final exit visa is issued
You can print the page if you want to.
Final Exit Visa Validity
Upon issuance, the final exit visa is valid for 60 days. The final exit visa’s validity is unaffected by the Iqama’s expiration date. If the final exit visa is still valid after your Iqama expires, you can remain in Saudi Arabia.
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Now that you know have an idea of how you can proceed you should feel confident that you will have no problems leaving the country. It’s quick and straightforward online. After providing the necessary information, you can check to see if your visa has been issued. You can come back later if it hasn’t been released yet.