Iqama (Saudi Arabia)
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|Residence permit (رخصة اقامة)|
|Issued by||Saudi Arabia|
|Type of document||Residence permit|
|Purpose||Identification (for Non-Saudis)|
"Iqama" (Arabic: رخصة اقامة) is an Arabic term commonly and officially used in Saudi Arabia for residence permit which is given only to Non-Saudis living in the country. Iqama is issued by Ministry of Interior in Saudi Arabia.
Contents of Iqama[edit | edit source]
Iqama consists of:
- The person's photo
- Name (in Arabic and English)
- Date of Birth (in Gerogerian calendar and Arabic Hijri calendar)
- Date of expiry of ID
- ID Number (in English and Arabic)
- Sponsor name
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