An Indian’s police clearance is no longer required in order to submit a Saudi Arabia visa application. In light of the close ties and strategic collaboration between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of India, the Saudi embassy in India tweeted that the PCC requirement for visas for Indian citizens has been abolished.
Indian nationals who wish to travel overseas for employment, permanent residency, or a long-term visa must apply for a PCC if one is needed under the destination country’s visa requirements.
“In view of the strong relations and strategic partnership between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of India, the Kingdom has decided to exempt the Indian nationals from submitting a Police Clearance Certificate,” the Saudi Embassy in New Delhi said in a tweet.
“The PCC will no longer be a requirement for Indian citizens to obtain a visa for travelling to Saudi Arabia,” the statement read.
This decision was taken as a part of the efforts of the two countries to further strengthen their relations.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has decided to exclude Indian people from presenting a police clearance certificate in light of their countries’ strong ties and strategic relationship, the Saudi Embassy in New Delhi tweeted.
The announcement stated, “The PCC would no longer be a condition for Indian people to get a visa for travel to Saudi Arabia.
This choice was made as a part of the efforts made by the two nations to further solidify their ties.