Saudi Arabia tourist visa
Saudi Arabia tourist visa from Turks and Caicos Islands
Saudi Arabia tourist visa is required for Turks and Caicos Islander citizens. The stay is usually short with a period of 30 days and visa expires in upto 2 years. Applicant is required to be present when applying for Saudi Arabia tourist visa. A total of 7 documents are required for applying Saudi Arabia tourist visa. You can also find visa exemptions and useful tips from fellow travellers.
Saudi Arabia tourist visa conditions for Turks and Caicos Islander citizens
- Saudi Arabia does allows individuals to apply for tourist visas at Saudi missions abroad.
- All applicants must submit the application in person to the embassy / application center.
- An appointment might be required for application submission.
Max Stay: 30 days
Visa Validity: upto 2 years
How to apply for Saudi Arabia tourist visa from Turks and Caicos Islands
Step 1 : Turks and Caicos Islander citizens need to get a visa for Saudi Arabia by going to the nearest embassy.
Step 2 : Fill the application form for Saudi Arabia.
Step 3 : After filling, providing the required documents with your passport and make the payment and submit visa application at the embassy of Saudi Arabia
Step 4 : Once the visa application for Saudi Arabia is approved, you will be notified by e-mail.
Step 5 : Pickup your passport from Saudi Arabia embassy
Step 6 : You can now travel to Saudi Arabia and stay for the duration on your visa.
Saudi Arabia tourist visa requirements for Turks and Caicos Islander citizens
7 documents required for Saudi Arabia tourist visa
Visa Application Form
Completed application form for Saudi Arabia
Photo must be no older than 6 months
Negative COVID-19 PCR test result required for all international travellers coming to Saudi Arabia. The negative PCR test must be issued with in 72 hours of before departure.
COVID-19 vaccination proof for travellers coming to Saudi Arabia. The last dose of vaccine must be taken atleast 14 ays before departure.
Original Passport or Travel document of Turks and Caicos Islands with at least 6 months remaining validity on the date of travel and have at least 2 visa pages clear of any markings.
Appointment booking confirmation with the consulate of Saudi Arabia. Valid Appointment Letter of Saudi Visa Centre
A letter from your relative or friend or company inviting you to visit and their relationship to you. The letter could state: the purpose of your visit and length of stay, if you will be staying with them, If this person will be paying for your stay, provide proof of their funds. An original invitation, issued by the Foreign Ministry in Saudi Arabia is required. The organization you are visiting in Saudi Arabia is responsible for obtaining the invitation.
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Saudi Arabia tourist visa visa exemption for Turks and Caicos Islander citizens
Saudi Arabia visa exemption
Visa on Arrival
- The visa is valid.
- The visa type is either tourist or business.
- The visa has to be used at least once and have an entry stamp of the issuing country.
- Travel must be with SAUDIA or any other of Saudi Arabia's national air carriers.
- Applicable Countries: All Countries
Saudi Arabia COVID-19 travel restrictions
Saudi Arabia has major restrictions for travel. Most visitors from Turks and Caicos Islands will not be allowed to travel to Saudi Arabia. Find travel restrictions, quarantine and entry requirements to travel Saudi Arabia.
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