Effective Immediately: New Changes When Applying for a Saudi Arabian Visa

Published by Travel Visa Pro on Sun Aug 12 2012

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has recently announced unprecedented changes to their online Saudi Arabia travel visa server, better known as Enjaz. Previously, those wishing to travel to Saudi Arabia were required to complete an application and online payment in the amount of $11 through their Enjaz processor. Those familiar with Enjaz can vouch for absurd technical difficulties and tremendous frustration this server would give. In fact, the biggest qualm with the server was completing the online payment.

It seemed as if the bank only took certain types of credit cards and by types I do not mean Visa, Mastercard, or American Express; I mean it had a selective acceptance rate of any type of card. For example, I personally tried  6 different types of Visa cards before the payment was eventually processed.

Thankfully, we at Travel Visa Pro have and have had for a long time an account with the Arab National Bank, which allows for us to seamlessly pay for the Enjaz payment. This is extremely important as the recent changes online ACCEPT payments from registered account holders. And even more important is that the Embassy of Saudi Arabia no longer accepts checks or money orders, but a payment must be made through their online Enjaz processor. So, instead of paying only $11, the fees may range anywhere from $26-$151 depending on the type of visa you are applying for.

I highly recommend contacting Travel Visa Pro to not only arrange payment for the necessary fees, but to have us complete the whole entire process. We are experts in facilitating the approval, will courier your documents to the Embassy, make the payment, and can advise you on any questions you may have regarding Saudi Arabia.