Saudi Arabia Mandatory Medical Insurance – Policy for Visa Applicants
From the 20th June 2016, the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia now requires every applicant to purchase medical insurance via one of their approved suppliers, regardless of whether the applicant already holds separate medical or travel insurance.
This instruction excludes pilgrims who go for treatment, holders of diplomatic and special passports, governmental visits, foreign missions and organizational visits, and guests of the kingdom.
The purchase of the medical insurance is automatically completed when we create your enjaz payment once your documents have reached our offices. This means that we are required to pay for the insurance whilst we create your enumber before submission. Your policy number is generated separately and provided to you along with the visa upon completion.
An example of the generated document when the medical insurance is shown below. This document is then submitted to the embassy along with the rest of your application.
Please note that the medical insurance fee of the most common pricing will be applied when you complete the order form based on the policy issuers at the time. The fee for this is normally £60.00 additional to the regular handling fees, however some prices can be signficantly higher based on each individual applicants age, length of visit and other factors. In the event the pricing is higher then the standard pricing, one of our team members will contact you in order to collect the remaining payment providing the relevant documents.