The Saudi Embassy in Delhi gave information through a tweet.
The decision was taken as part of efforts to further strengthen the ties between the two countries.
Saudi Arabia has given good news for Indians. Now Indian citizens will not need to give Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) to get Saudi Arabian visa. The Saudi Embassy in Delhi gave this information through a tweet on Thursday. In a letter issued by the Saudi Arabian Embassy, it was said that Indian citizens will no longer be required to submit the Police Police Clearance Certificate to obtain a visa. The embassy said that this decision has been taken as part of efforts to further strengthen the relations between the two countries.
There is an effort to further strengthen the relations between the two countries
In a letter issued by the embassy, it was informed that Indian citizens will no longer need to submit PCC to obtain a visa. This decision has been taken to further strengthen the growing relations between the two countries. Explain that the embassy also appreciated the contribution of 20 lakh Indian citizens living peacefully in Saudi Arabia.
what is pcc
Police clearance certificate is a certificate issued by the Passport Division of the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, to the Indian passport applicant holder. This certificate indicates that the person who has this certificate has no case registered in the police station for his involvement in any kind of criminal cases like fraud, assault, murder etc. Along with this, no case of any kind is pending in the court.
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