How to pay Iqama renewal fees online?

In this article, we have explained the procedure to pay the Iqama renewal fee online and later check if it is paid correctly. Here is the process.

Iqama Renewal Fee 2020

Here is the breakup of all the fee which you need to pay for the Iqama renewal in 2020.

  • Iqama Renewal Fee: SR 650.
  • Dependent Fee: SR 4,800/dependent.
  • Maktab Amal Fee: SR 9,600.
  • Insurance: SR 500.
  • Total Fee: SR 11,000 without the dependent fee.

Iqama Renewal Fee 2020Al Rajhi Bank

In order to pay the Iqama renewal fee online using your Al Rajhi Bank account, log in to Al Rajhi Bank application and click on the 3 dashes on the left-upper corner and then select;

  • Payments.
  • Government Payments.
  • Expatriate Services.
  • Renew Iqama.

 pay iqama renewal fees online

On the next screen, you need to enter the following details;

  • Iqama ID: Iqama number.
  • Iqama Duration: 12 months.

If the name of the expatriate employee and the amount of fee is correct, click on the “confirm” button to pay iqama renewal fees online.

 pay iqama renewal fees online

NCB Bank

In case you have a Bank Al Ahli account, you can download the NCB application, log in to your account and click on;

  • 3 dashes on the upper-right corner.
  • SADAD.
  • Government Payments and Refunds.

On the next screen, you need to select the following settings and enter these details;

  • Biller: Alien Control.
  • Service: Renew Iqama.
  • Select Unregistered.
  • Iqama ID: Iqama Number.
  • Iqama Duration: 1 year.

If the name of the expatriate employee and the amount of fee is correct, click on the “proceed” button to pay iqama renewal fees online.

 pay iqama renewal fees online

Check if iqama renewal fees paid

In order to check if your Iqama renewal fee is properly paid, log in to your Absher account.

If you find a deposit of SR 650 under “Passport Deposit”, it means that the Iqama Renewal fee has been paid.

Check if iqama renewal fees paid

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.