It will be easier for Indians to visit Saudi Arabia. Government of Saudi Arabia does not require Indians to submit Police Verification Certificate i.e. Police Clearance Certificate to obtain Visa.
Indians Saudi ArabiaVisiting (Saudi Arabia) is about to get even easier. Government of Saudi Arabia does not require Indians to submit Police Verification Certificate i.e. Police Clearance Certificate to obtain Visa. The announcement was made by the Embassy of Saudi Arabia on Thursday, November 17.
According to a statement issued by the embassy, the decision was taken as part of efforts to further strengthen ties between the two countries. The Saudi Embassy has given information about this through a tweet.
In a tweet, it said, “In view of the strong bond and strategic partnership between Saudi Arabia and India, has decided to exempt Indian citizens from submitting a Police Clearance Certificate (PCC). It states that PCC is not required for Indian nationals to obtain a visa to travel to Saudi Arabia.
The embassy said it appreciates the contribution of more than two million Indian citizens living peacefully in Saudi Arabia.
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 (PCC). pic.twitter.com/LPvesqLlPR
— Saudi Embassy in New Delhi (@KSAembassyIND) November 17, 2022
The Saudi Embassy in New Delhi tweeted, “In view of the strong ties and strategic partnership between Saudi Arabia and India, the Kingdom has decided to exempt Indian nationals from submitting police clearance certificates.
What is PCC?
Police Clearance Certificate is a certificate issued by the Passport Division of the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India to Indian passport applicants. This certificate states that the person holding this certificate has not had any case registered in the police station regarding his involvement in any type of crime like fraud, assault, murder etc. Also, there are no pending cases in the court.