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By Fernand Gagnier, for ExpatBriefing.com
19 February, 2015
Expatriates living in Saudi Arabia can now apply for family visas online.
The new electronic service was launched by the Deputy Crown Prince at a special ceremony attended by senior Ministry of Interior officials. Salman Al-Shahwain, Director of the General Department of Expatriates, said that the service comes as part of a drive to introduce e-services in the ministry to reduce unnecessary bureaucracy.
The service can be used to apply for visas for spouses and dependent children, removing the need for applicants to attend an appointment at the ministry.
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