Indian Embassy in Saudi Arabia opens new permanent visa application centre in association with VFS Global, ET TravelWorld News, ET TravelWorld

Indian Embassy in Saudi Arabia opens new permanent visa application centre in association with VFS Global
The Embassy of India, Riyadh in Arabia has announced that it has opened a new permanent visa application centre Sakaka in collaboration with VFS Global. It further mentioned that the new centre greatly facilitate the Indians residing in Al Jouf region of the country. It will accept applications from Indian nationals for various consular services.

“The EOI Riyadh is pleased to inform the Indian residing in Al Jouf region that the Embassy, in collaboration with VFS Global, has opened a permanent centre at the following location in Sakaka. Location: ,” said the Indian Embassy in a Twitter post.

In the statement, the Embassy mentioned that the opening of a permanent centre at Sakaka is a testimony of its commitment to extend the outreach to all Indian nationals residing within its consular jurisdiction. “A permanent centre at Sakaka will allow Indian nationals to avail of various consular services at their convenience without waiting for the scattered tours,” the Embassy said.

The visa outsourcing firm has released a category-wise update on the restart of visa application processes in India so far.

The centre has already started functioning with effect from January 11, 2022. The Indian Embassy said that Indian nationals desirous of availing consular services at the centre may do so by scheduling their appointment at The appointment slots are available for registration at the given link.

The Embassy has advised the applicants to print the appointment letter which they need to show at the security, and post checking of temperature and Tawakalana App entry to the centre will be allowed. “Applicants are also advised to approach the venues strictly at the time slot conveyed to them by the VFS and not overcrowd the venue,” it further said.

Earlier, the Indian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Ausaf Sayeed met Amr AlMadani, CEO of the Royal Commission for AIUla and discussed India and Saudi Arabia’s cooperation in various fields including culture, heritage, films, entertainment, archaeology, tourism and hospitality.

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