How to pay exit reentry visa fee online?

In order to get an exit re-entry visa, every expat is required to pay its fee. Here we have explained the procedure in detail.

Exit re-entry fees

The fee for a single exit re-entry visa is;

  • SR 200 up to 2 months and,
  • SR 100 for each subsequent month.
  • 6 months = SR 600.

Single Exit re-entry fees

The fee to apply for a multiple exit re-entry visa is;

  • SR 500 for the first 3 months and,
  • SR 200 for each subsequent month.
  • 6 months = SR 1,100.

Multiple Exit Reentry Visa fee

Pay through Al Rajhi Bank

In order to pay exit reentry visa fee through Al Rajhi Bank;

After this, click on the following tabs;

  • Payments.
  • Government Payments.
  • Expatriate Services.

On this screen, you need to;

  • Click on Exit Re-entry Visa Single or Multiple.
  • Transaction Type: Payment.
  • Iqama ID: Iqama Number.
  • Visa Duration: 30, 60, 90, or 180 days.
  • On the next screen, click on the “Confirm” button to pay the exit reentry visa fee online.

pay exit reentry visa fee through Al Rajhi Bank

Pay through NCB Bank

In order to pay exit reentry visa fee through NCB Bank;

  • Download NCB Bank mobile application.
  • Log in to your account.
  • After this, select the following settings;

    • SADAD.
    • SADAD Payments and Refunds.
    • Biller: Alien Control.
    • Service: Issue Exit Reentry Visa.
    • Select Unregistered.
    • Iqama ID: Iqama Number.
    • Visa Duration: 30, 60, 90, or 180 days.

pay exit reentry visa fee through NCB Bank

On the next screen, the system will show you the total amount to be paid. Click on the “Proceed” button to confirm the payment for exit reentry visa through NCB.

What Next?

Who will pay for it?

As per Article 40 (1) of Saudi Labor Law, the employer is responsible for paying the fee of exit re-entry visa of the employee. However, Saudi Labor Law does not state the number of times an employee is entitled to get an exit re-entry visa in a year. 

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.