Is it possible to leave the Kingdom, if traffic fines are not paid? Jawazat replies to the question.
Traffic Violations for Citizens
The General board of directors of Passports (Jawazat) in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has confirmed that traffic violations for Citizens don’t stop travel, as long as they are doing not have a travel ban.
This came in response from Saudi Jawazat on a Twitter to a citizen’ inquiry (towards the traffic violations for citizens), who asked, “Does failure to pay traffic violations cause a ban to travel outside the country”. Trending Now: Lighting Design & Technology Exhibition,in the Middle East.
Jawazat had confirmed that the applying of the higher limit for violations within the new law is merely done through traffic separation departments, per the strict reasons.
An expatriate inquired to Jawazat, asking, “My brother was deported due to a report of a runaway six years ago. will he have the proper to come back on a work visa?
In response to the current query, Jawazat has confirmed that expatriates who has been deported from the dominion of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia cannot return to Saudi Arabia, apart from the aim of pilgrim’s journey and Umrah only. Watch More: Gulf Tech & News