One of the most appreciated steps taken by the Saudi government in the last one decade is giving online access to different facilities to the expatriates living in Saudi Arabia. Now there is no need to call your insurance company to know about the expiry of health insurance.
Register for Abshir: You can check the validity of your health insurance and of all your dependents and sponsors if you have a registered MOI account. If you don’t have a registered account on the website of the Ministry of Interior, please read this article for the guidelines of getting it registered. Recommended: Register for Abshir – MOI services
If you don't have access to Abshir due to some reasons, you can check expiry of health insurance through CCHI as well.
Login to the MOI account: First of all, you will have to log in to your MOI account from the MOI website. You can open the website by clicking on this Link. The process to login to your MOI account has been changed a little bit. Have a look at the updated procedure in this link. Recommended: Process to Login to Abshir (MOI) Account
The following screen will be opened. You will have to click on “E-Services”, “Civil Affairs” and “Query Health Insurance”.
A new page will be opened in which issue and expiry date of health insurance are mentioned. However, it should be kept in mind that these are your details.
If you want to check expiry of health insurance of any of your dependents, you need to select the family member name from the drop-down list as indicated in the below screenshot.
Check Expiry of Health Insurance through SMS: You can also check the validity of Health Insurance by sending an SMS containing the following code to 88988. Write 10*”Iqama number” in your message and send it to 88988. Example 10*1234567890