Fines and Deportation of Expats for failing to renew Iqama before its Expiry date
According to sources Directorate General of Passport in Saudi Arabia warns expatriates to renew Iqama before its expiry. Similarly, if any expatriate who is living in Saudi never renewed his/her Iqama. Even the expiry date also gone so, in this case, as per rules and regulations expatriate may gets punishment. In this condition, you may be deport to your home country according to Saudi Rules. Also checkout Required documents for stamping family visit visa.
Let you know if Saudi forces caught any expatriate with expired Iqama so first fine will be 500 SR. Similarly, second fine will be goes to 1000 SR and after third time expatriate will be deported to the home country as per Saudi Law. It is highly recommend for people to checkout their Iqama Expiry date online.
User can visit absher.sa site online to checkout Iqama Expiry date after entering Iqama Number and Image Code. If we talk about Saudi Rules then as per regulations Iqama should be renew before its expiry date at least 3 days before. As we told you before that you expatriate can checkout their Iqama Expiry date through Absher.sa online. Click on the following link to checkout expiry date of Saudi Iqama Online. There is another site available Muqeem e-Gate in which you can checkout your Iqama currently status about expiry date.