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Can I bring my relatives to Jeddah, Riyadh or Dammam on Hajj/Umrah Visa?

Can I bring my relatives to Jeddah, Riyadh or Dammam on Hajj/Umrah Visa?

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Some of our relatives always come on Umrah or Hajj visa to Saudi Arabia and the inquiry emerges, in the event that we can get them to our home Jeddah, Dammam, Riyadh or some other city. Umrah and Hajj visas are issued to pioneers to make a trip to Holy Places of Makkah and Madina. 

Prior to responding to the specific inquiry, it is imperative to know whether they can go to some other air terminal yet Jeddah and Madina? We have composed an itemized article regarding this matter. Prescribed: Can I take a trip of different Airports yet Jeddah and Madina for Hajj? 

Old Rule: According to an old standard, they could go to Makkah, Madina, and places inside the course of Makkah and Madina. Since Jeddah is inside the course of Makkah and Madina so Hajj and Umrah guests can make a trip to Jeddah. Ref: Royal Decree No. (M/42) dated 18/10/1404 

 

New Rule: However, as of late the Saudi Government has permitted Umrah Pilgrims to go to any city in Saudi Arabia subject to certain conditions which have been clarified beneath; 

They are required to go through no less than 15 days in the Holy urban areas of Makkah and Madina. 

The above unwinding isn't accessible to individuals who come to Saudi Arabia on 15 days visa. 

Religious Tourism: There are such a large number of religious places in Saudi Arabia which everybody might want to visit. For instance, individuals like to go to Taif to see where Hazrat Muhammad S.A.W. was tormented. 

They need to go to Madain Saleh to see where Hazrat Saleh A.S. used to live. They need to go to Tabuk to see the spots where Hazrat Hud A.S. also, the general population of Aad used to live. 

Besides, wells of Hazrat Musa A.S. are likewise in Saudi Arabia where he went through around 10 years of his life. By permitting Umrah pioneers to visit any city around the nation, individuals would almost certainly travel every single city in Saudi Arabia wherever they need. 

The punishment for transporting Hajj and Umrah explorers: If an ostracize occupant is gotten while transporting the Hajj and Umrah guests, you will be fined SR 5,000/ - for each infringement. 

We have been accounted for that on the checkpoints of Makkah and Madina, Saudi Traffic Police here and there checks the ID cards of the general population sitting in your vehicle. On the off chance that you are not ready to demonstrate that the general population sitting your vehicle are your companions or relatives, the fine is forced. 

Henceforth, it is smarter to know the names of every single individual going with you on the off chance that you are conveying your companions and their relatives. The most ideal route is to maintain a strategic distance from such practice by any means.

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