In many countries, Saudi Iqama holders and GCC residents can get visa-free entry or an on-arrival visa. We have provided a list of those countries below.
GCC residents and Saudi Iqama holders can get an on-arrival visa from Kuwait. You can either get a visa at Kuwait airport or on its border.
Although Bahrain is not one of those countries that give visa-free entrance to GCC residents and Saudi Iqama holders, they can get an on-arrival visa from Bahrain.
If you plan to visit Bahrain by Air, you can get a Visit Visa at Bahrain Airport very quickly. In the same way, people visiting Bahrain through the King Fahad Causeway can also get an Arrival Visa to Bahrain.
GCC residents and Saudi Iqama holders can get an on-arrival visa from Oman from its airport or the land border.
I am not sure about other GCC countries. Still, Saudi Iqama Holders are entitled to get an on-arrival visa at the Jordan border, and nationals of some countries can even get visa-free entry.
There are 3 different borders through which you can enter Jordan, and they vary a lot in customer service, as reported by people.
It would be unfair not to talk about Georgia while talking about the world’s natural beauty. Georgia is one of those countries that allow visa-free entry to GCC residents and Saudi Iqama holders.
However, you need to produce some documents to get this visa-free entry to Georgia.
Tunisia is a North African country bordering the Mediterranean Sea and the Sahara Desert. The beautiful country of Tunisia is known for its golden beaches, sunny weather, and affordable luxuries.
Tunisia is one of those countries that allow visa-free entry to GCC residents and Saudi Iqama holders.
Armenia offers an on-arrival visa to Saudi Iqama Holders and GCC residents at Yerevan’s Zvartnots International Airport.
The UAE does not give visa-free entry to Saudi Iqama holders, but they have a particular procedure for all GCC residents to get a visa.
Saudi Iqama holders and GCC residents can apply for an Egypt on-arrival visit visa for 30 days if they meet specific requirements.
The Japanese embassy in Saudi Arabia recently announced that all Saudi nationals and Saudi Iqama holders will be eligible to apply electronically for a visa to Japan. – Arab News.