Category Archive: Ministry of Hajj

Oct 27 2014

Haj Ministry proposes law to limit Umrah visas to 15 days

MADINAH — Umrah pilgrims will only be able to stay in the Kingdom for a maximum 15 days, according to new rules proposed by the Haj Ministry.Under these new rules, the service-providing companies were advised against bringing in large batches of Umrah pilgrims at any one time, especially during Ramadan. The ministry also asked them …

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Sep 22 2014

Health Regulations for Travelers to Saudi Arabia for Umrah & Pilgrimage (Hajj)-1435 (2014)

First: Regulations must be met by visitors to obtain an Entry Visa for Hajj and Umrah: 1- Yellow Fever a)  In accordance with the International Health Regulations 2005, all travelers arriving from countries or areas at risk of yellow fever (listed below) must present a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate showing that the person was …

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Mar 04 2014

Ministry of Hajj Rules for Umrah 2014

Changes to the Ministry of Hajj Rules for Umrah 2014 The Council of British Hajjis | www.cbhuk.org London Tuesday 4th March, 2014 From 30th May 2014 Umrah visas will be valid for 15 days from date of issue. The notice has been sent from the Saudi Embassy in London to all Hajj & Umrah agencies …

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Nov 15 2013

No reduction in Umrah visas 2014 / 1435H

Saudi Arabia will not put any restrictions on foreign pilgrims coming to perform Umrah, like it did on Haj pilgrims this year, because of the ongoing expansion work at the Grand Mosque in Makkah, Haj Minister Bandar Hajjar has said. “The reduction in the number of pilgrims will be applied only during the peak Umrah …

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Jul 15 2013

Health Regulations for travellers to Saudi Arabia for Umrah & Pilgrimage (Hajj) -1434 (2013)

Health Regulations for travellers to Saudi Arabia for Umrah & Pilgrimage (Hajj) – 1434 (2013) First: Regulations must be met by visitors to obtain an Entry Visa for Hajj and Umrah: 1- Yellow Fever a)  In accordance with the International Health Regulations 2005 , all travellers arriving from countries or areas at risk of yellow fever (listed …

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