Family visit visa insurance

My family had a  1 year multiple entry family visit visa.
They left saudi araibia after 85 days.
Now if they wants to come again saudi arabia, does they needs health insurance.
If health insurance is required then how to get it.

If health insurance is required just follow these simple steps to get the required health insurance for your family visit visa.

Visit Tawuniya website or any registered insurance company in KSA; or in your home country:
- Enter Visa Number of the visit visa holder.
- Enter Passport number of visit visa holder.
- Enter Border No. of the visit visa holder.

Hope this helps.

No need she can come back

There is no need.  Visit visa insurance is part of the fee when you get the visa and covers you for 90 days stay each entry.

Hello Everyone!
I have a question in regards to getting Medical Service under Spouse's Medical insurance.
I came to KSA in June 2018 with a resident visa, obtained Iqama under my Husband and was issued a Medical insurance card. I left KSA a month after and we cancelled my Iqama since i wasn't going to stay permanently.
Now, I need Medical Service and i want to apply for Visa. Would i need to apply for a Resident Visa (for new Iqama) or visiting Visa to receive medical services?
My husband has a medical insurance (Bupa) through his company which covers the Family but since we cancel my Iqama, would i still be able to get medical coverage?
Looking forward to your helpful suggestions.

It really varies company to company and policy to policy but most companies, when Iqama is cancelled, notify insurance to cancel coverage to save costs. 

Also don't confuse the medical insurance with visit visa insurance.  Medical insurance on Iqama covers you for medical treatment as defined by CCHI or better e.g. OPD etc.  Whereas visit visa insurance only covers you for emergency treatment / accidents etc.   You can't get medical insurance issued in Saudi without Iqama. So simplest approach would be to go for an Iqama and not complicate matters much.

You can still manage to get coverage inside Saudi without an Iqama but this is where the employer and policy comes in.  See examples below:

In the past, my family was living in Dubai and I was in Saudi.  That policy was issued in Dubai through CIGNA global which covered all of us worldwide and through CIGNA tie up, I got a separate SAICO card for Saudi (CCHI uploaded policy only). When they visited, they were covered on the global policy. I used SAICO in Saudi and CIGNA everywhere else.  I was working in a multinational at that time and this is pretty much standard for senior people in multinationals.

Now, I work in Saudi and my family lives in Bahrain.  They don't have Saudi Iqama.   My insurance policy in Saudi is from SAICO but they can't get it as they don't have Iqamas (but have Bahrain residency and CPR).  However, my company covers our employees in other GCC countries through SAICO's tie ups with other providers.  So they did the same for my family and they got covered by an insurance provider in Bahrain which has a deal with SAICO (full GCC coverage again).   I am with a local company now but they still facilitate their senior people this way - minus the global coverage as they don't have deals like the MNCs do.

Keep in mind that arrangements like these are usually done for top management employees so these are not common.

[at]Xtang: Thank you so much for the explanation given below. It's really appreciated. We will go ahead and apply for the Iqama as you suggested to make our life easier.

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