Slovenia, together with another 34 states, is on the list of eligible countries whose citizens will be able to apply for a Saudi Arabia electronic visa. As a result, a Saudi Arabia e-visa for Slovenes will be more accessible than ever. The visa will go live in just a little while, and all Slovenes are welcome to apply online.
The first time when the government of Saudi Arabia started talking about this initiative was back in 2006, but it will only gain effect now. What changed? What is different from 12 years ago? The answer is the oil prices. They went down, so the kingdom’s government needed to come up with alternative sources of revenue. That is why they came up with tourism. Enhancing it is supposed to bring more money into the country. Thus the electronic visa.
If you want to go to Saudi Arabia in the near future, you can employ iVisa’s services to apply for a visa. The process is entirely online, and thousands of people have already used iVisa for their purposes. It is safe to say that they were pleased with the results. There is no reason why it should be different for you, and here is why you should choose iVisa as your visa expediting service:
You do not have to go to an embassy – as long as you have an internet connection, you can apply for your visa anywhere and at any time. You do not depend on business hours, and you can do it in a break. It is much more comfortable that way.
Fast processing – with iVisa, you are no longer required to wait for your visa for weeks. It is still uncertain how long it is going to take to get your Saudi Arabia e-visa for Slovenes, but in some cases (visas for other countries,) the visa arrives in as little as 15 minutes.
Low prices – the cost of your visa depends on the processing time you select, but the service fee for iVisa is one of the lowest you are going to find.
Easy application forms – we all hate long and highly inquisitive forms. iVisa designed one that asks the bare minimum, and it should not take you more than 20 minutes to go through the whole process.
At the moment, we do not have more information on the requirements. The government has chosen not to disclose the official guidelines until the bylaws are adopted at the end of April. The reason behind it is unclear. However, we do know that applicants need a valid passport to apply, and the said passport needs to maintain its validity for another 6 months from the date of departure. The rest we are yet to find out.
Although the requirements are not released to the public, rest assured that the Saudi Arabia e-visa for Slovenes will go live in just a little while. iVisa is making all the efforts in preparing for that moment so that you have a straightforward application process.