How to pay MOFA attestation fee online?

You need to pay the MOFA attestation fee online before visiting the Ministry of Foreign Affairs branch. Here we have explained the procedure using Al Rajhi and NCB bank account.

MOFA Appointment

First of all, you need to book an online MOFA appointment. On the last page of the appointment, the system will generate an invoice number which you need to pay the MOFA attestation fee.

Al Rajhi Bank

In order to pay the MOFA attestation fee online through Al Rajhi bank, login to their mobile application and;

  • Tap on three dashes on the left upper corner.
  • Click on “Payments”.
  • Select “One Time Payment”.

pay MOFA attestation fee online - Al Rajhi Bank

On the next screen;

  • Click on the “Government Services”.
  • Search for “101 – Ministry of Foreign Affairs”.
  • Enter the “invoice number” received while booking the MOFA appointment.

pay MOFA attestation fee online - Al Rajhi BankAl Rajhi system will fetch the amount of the attestation fee and ask for the confirmation. 

pay MOFA attestation fee online - Al Rajhi Bank

NCB Bank

In order to pay the MOFA attestation fee online through NCB, login to their mobile application and;

  • Click on the “SADAD”.
  • Click on the “One Time SADAD Payment”.
  • Biller: Gov Agencies.
  • Biller: Search for “101 – Ministry of Foreign Affairs”.
  • Subscriber Number: Enter the “invoice number” received while booking the MOFA appointment.

pay MOFA attestation fee online - NCB Bank

NCB system will fetch the amount of the fee and ask for the confirmation. 

After the payment, you can visit the MOFA office and complete the rest of the attestation process.

How to refund the fee?

In case you have paid the fee by mistake or you don’t need the service anymore, you can easily refund the fee. Recommended: How to refund the MOFA attestation fee?

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