How to pay Iqama Huroob Removal Fees using SNB or Al Rajhi?

Facing an Iqama Huroob status can be a daunting experience, but there is a clear procedure set by Jawazat to resolve it.

One crucial step in this process is paying the Iqama Huroob removal fee, which can be done through various banking channels, including Al Rajhi Bank and Saudi National Bank (SNB or Al Ahli).

In this guide, we will walk you through the process of paying the Iqama Huroob removal fee, providing step-by-step instructions to make it easier for you.

Huroob Removal Fee Via Al Rajhi Bank

Follow the below steps to pay your huroob removal fee through Al Rajhi Bank:

  1. Begin by downloading the Al Rajhi Bank application from either the Play Store or iTunes, depending on your device.
  2. After installing the app, log in to your account.
  3. In the app, locate the three parallel lines on the top left corner. Click on them to access the menu.
  4. From the menu, select “Payments & Bills,” and then click on “Government Payment.”
  5. You will be redirected to a new page. Look for “Deportation Control” and click on it.
  6. Within the Deportation Control section, find and select “Absconded Status Cancellation Fee.”
  7. In the “Transaction Type” field, choose “Payment.”
  8. Next, enter your Iqama number under “Runaway Alien ID.”
  9. Select your preferred payment source and proceed to pay the required amount.

You have now paid the Iqama Huroob removal fee. Now, you can approach your kafeel (sponsor) to initiate the Huroob removal process.

Huroob Removal Fee Via SNB (Saudi National Bank)

  1. Start by downloading the NCB Mobile app from either the Play Store or iTunes to your mobile device.
  2. After installing the app, log in to your account.
  3. On the app’s homepage, find and click on “SADAD.”
  4. Within the SADAD section, tap on “Government Payments & Refund.”
  5. Stay on the “Payments” tab and, under “Biller and Service,” select “Deportation Control” and “Runaway Cancellation.”
  6. Under “Runaway Alien ID,” select “Unregistered” and enter your Iqama number in the provided space.
  7. Click on “Request Payment Fee” and proceed to pay the fee amount displayed.

Bottom Line

By following these steps, you can easily pay the Iqama Huroob removal fee through either Al Rajhi Bank or Saudi National Bank.

Once the fee is paid, you can initiate the Huroob removal process and work towards regaining your legal residency status in Saudi Arabia.

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