The platform aims to streamline the application process for visas for Hajj, Umrah, tourism, business-related visits, and employment
RIYADH: The Saudi Foreign Ministry officially launched KSA Visa, a new unified national platform for visa applications, at the Digital Government Forum in Riyadh on Tuesday.
The system, which connects with more than 30 ministries, authorities and private-sector organizations, has been designed to streamline the process of applying for visas for Hajj, Umrah, tourism, business-related visits, and employment, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
It uses a smart search engine to help users identify available visas, and a centralized system that provides detailed guidance on visa requirements and application procedures. Users can set up a personal profile to simplify future applications.
The platform uses artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies to help ensure accurate verification of date and overall efficiency, officials said. Visit ksavisa.sa to use the new system.
Source: Arab News