Cancellation of Expat Deportation from Saudi Arabia: Procedure and Steps
Cancellation of expat deportation
The Saudi Arabian government’s Unified National Platform for Electronic Services disclosed how a Saudi resident expat facing deportation submits a request to have his or her deportation order revoked.
The requirements and conditions for removing the pattern or applying to have the decision cancelled after it was submitted to the authority were stated in the Unified National Platform, and they were as follows:
|On the state’s website, the resident must register for the request to rescind the deportation.
|By complying with the rules and implementing the regulations, the deportee offers an admission and pledge regarding what he issued, and which resulted in his deportation.
|The applicant, or select a representative, must consult the Emirate about the status of the application.
|According to the text of the special article in the Penal Code that specifies the pardon clauses in deportation and residency affairs in the country, following these demands can result in the deportation from the Kingdom being cancelled, the dimensional fingerprint being removed, and the resident’s right being revoked. Read More: Children under the age of 12 are admitted free to the Boulevard Riyadh City – Entertainment Authority
Processes to File a Request for Cancellation of Deportation:
According to the Unified National Platform, a resident expat who has been issued a deportation decision can file a request to have the administrative deportation decision cancelled by following the steps below.
- By accessing the emirate’s website and using the Absher platform to access the emirate’s services.
- Select the tab for Prisoners Services.
- Resolve the service of obtaining a deportation stay.
Following that, he fills out some of the information needed for the service, as follows:
Name of the Applicant
The applicant’s registered Absher mobile number
The applicant’s identity number for deportation relief.
Nationality of the Applicant
The Deportee’s full name.
Iqama number of the deportee
Nationality of the person for whom deportation was issued
A detailed explanation of why the request is being made.
Identify the request’s defenses.
Accept the Terms and Conditions.
Make a Request
The service of cancelling deportation is provided without charge and is targeted at aiding Kingdom residents who are expats. The service is delivered via the Absher platform’s electronic interface. Watch More: Gulf Tech & News.
During business hours, you can visit the Emirate’s office or call the unified number 00966125722727 for further information about the service. From 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., or via email at [email protected]