Grenada Gains Access to Saudi Arabia's E-Visa Scheme

Grenada Gains Access to Saudi Arabia's E-Visa Scheme


Grenada Joins Saudi Arabia's E-Visa Program

The Saudi government has expanded its electronic visa program to include three new countries: the Bahamas, Barbados, and Grenada.

Citizens of these countries can now obtain a one-year, multiple-entry visa to Saudi Arabia. The visa allows for stays of up to 3 months per year and can be issued instantly through the Saudi digital embassy platform.

Alternatively, visitors from these countries can also apply for a visit visa upon arrival at a Saudi port of entry. The visit visa permits tourism, Umrah, business, and visiting relatives or friends.

Visa holders must adhere to the specified duration of stay. For multiple-entry visas, the total cumulative stay time counts towards the limit. Visa renewal is only possible after expiration, and visitors must depart before the end of the authorized stay period to avoid penalties.

The visit visa does not allow for paid work or performing Umrah rituals during the Hajj season.


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