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Abiout Saudi Drug And Food Authority

December 2nd, 2018, posted in Kingdom, TEChNoLoGY, UNiVERSE

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Find SIM Registered With Your IDs in Telecom Service Providers

June 14th, 2017, posted in Kingdom, TEChNoLoGY

Find SIM Registered With Your IDs in Telecom Service Providers 


‘My numbers’ service allows users to know details about all telephone numbers and data SIM registered with their IDs in Telecom Service Providers systems in order for the users to monitor their numbers and ensure no SIM registered with their names without permissions. CITC is looking forward to ensure user protection, maintain privacy, prevent misuse of user’s credentials by others without permissions.


Type the ID number of the user and the mobile number registered with that ID. In case the user does not have a subscription, the user can check that by typing the ID details.


In case any user found a number registered with his name without his permission or found a failure to execute an earlier request to cancel the service by the service provider, a complaint should be reported to the service provider immediately using the complaints services on CITC website choosing the appropriate service provider, complaint type, and providing the details of the SIM number being reported. If there is an objection regarding the validity of the information provided by ‘My numbers’ service and the complaint of the user has not been resolved by the service provider within 15 days, the user can escalate the complaint to CITC.


Mobily Telecom Services : Credit Transfer

March 27th, 2017, posted in Kingdom, MOBiLE

Mobily was the trade name of the brand which was launched initially on May 2005 by the second largest telecommunications company in Saudi Arabia, Etihad – Etisalat Consortium. Mobily Telecommunication Company was the winning bidder for the second GSM license in Saudi Arabia in 2004. The company has been aimed to provide mobile telecommunications serviced around the country, which caused the monopoly of telecom companies in the wireless business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to break. Mobily Telecom Company had launched their 3.5G and 4G services in 2006 and 2011 respectively.

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Since a high number of people in the Kingdom use Mobily telecom services, we have given below, the complete step by step procedure to transfer Credit (Balance) from one Mobily user account over to another Mobily user account. Firstly we will discuss what actually Transfer of Credit (Balance) is. All of the active prepaid subscribers to the Mobily telecom services are able to independently transfer a certain amount of Credit (Balance) or balance to other prepaid customers on the Mobily Telecom network. With the help of the Credit (Balance) transfer service offered by Mobily Telecom, you can also now show to your family and friends that you do care about them when they happen to run out of Credit (Balance), by transferring some over to them, in a moment’s notice. Below are different methods in which prepaid Mobily users can send Credit (Balance) to other users:


  1. First Method – Dial *123# and press dial. The call will be connected to an automated interactive menu which will guide you to enter the mobile number of that recipient who you wish to transfer the Credit (Balance) to, and also the amount of Credit (Balance) which you want to transfer to the other user. After this is done, the recipient of the Credit (Balance) transfer will receive an SMS of confirmation in which they must enter their ID numbers and send to 611311 in order for the transaction to be completed.
  2. Second Method – Dial *123* followed by the mobile number, followed by another * and then the amount of the Credit (Balance) transfer and finally # and press dial. The recipient of the Credit (Balance) will have to enter their ID number within a time period of 24 hours after receiving the notification; otherwise the transaction will be cancelled. When the transaction is complete both parties will receive a confirmation message of the transaction.

There are some rules and regulations which must be followed :

  1. The sender of the Credit (Balance) must have enough Credit (Balance) to transfer to others.
  2. Currently the service is only available to prepaid users.
  3. No limit has been set on number of transfers per day
  4. The maximum amount per transaction is set at SAR 20, while the minimum is set at SAR 5.
  5. The amount of the Credit (Balance) transfer must be in multiples of 5, i.e. 5, 10, 15 and 20 SAR.
  6. Recipients have three tries within the 24 hour period to enter their accurate ID number in order to access the funds. In case of non compliance, the Credit (Balance) will be transferred back to the sender.

Traffic Rules / Traffic Law in Saudi Arabia

May 6th, 2015, posted in Kingdom

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The traffic rules in Saudi Arabia are categorized into four sections starting with the most severe violations category first. The rules are as follows:

First category

Penalties: Impounding of vehicle with fine of SR 500 to SR 900

  • Driving the vehicle without obtaining a driver’s license.
  • Driving the vehicle without license plates ( impounding of the vehicle until the correction of the violation).
  • Driving the vehicle without a rear license plate (The vehicle will be confiscated until the violation is corrected).
  • To use different license plates other than those belonging to the vehicle (The vehicle will be confiscated until the violation is corrected).
  • To use illegal license plates (The vehicle will be confiscated until the violation is corrected).
  • To install equipment in the vehicle, similar to equipment of official vehicles and emergency vehicles (The vehicle will be confiscated until the violation is corrected).
  • Obliterate or attempt to blur the definition of special features of the vehicle(The vehicle will be confiscated until the violation is corrected).
  • Driving under the influence of intoxicant or narcotic drug or prescription drugs forewarned for about the narcotic influence.
  • Bypass the traffic light at the red light.
  • Driving the vehicle in the opposite direction of traffic.
  • Changing lanes quickly between vehicles on public roads.
  • Exceed the speed limit by more than twenty-five kilometers per hour.
  • Overtaking in prohibited areas such as bends where overtaking and the highlands.
  • Stopping over the railroad.
  • Not covering the shell and load transported. (for trucks)
  • To carry out works on public roads without prior to coordination with the concerned department.
  • Not halting the vehicle completely at “Stop” sign.
  • Not to give the advantage of being fully standing at the signal (in front of you preference) in the case of the passage of vehicles on the road given his preference.
  • Not giving priority to vehicles coming from right at the intersection of equal access to preferences at the same time and when there is no signal priority.
  • Not giving priority to vehicles on the main road in the absence of a signal advantage.
  • Not complying with the hand signals given by the security officer who is managing the movement of traffic.
  • Not giving priority to vehicles within the roundabout by cars outside the roundabout in the absence of traffic lights or a Police officer.
  • Driving a vehicle without necessary accesories such as brakes, lights, etc or putting public safety at risk (The vehicle will be confiscated until the violation is corrected).
  • Not using lights when driving in weather conditions where visibility is not clear.
  • Driving in tunnels without lights.

Second category
Penalties: Impounding of vehicle with fine of SR 300 to SR 500

  • Any modification or addition to the structure or the body of the vehicle without taking the necessary approval from the traffic department. (The vehicle will be confiscated until the violation is corrected).
  • Conducting public works or construction on the roads before taking the necessary safety measures to avoid harm, including the development of non-reflective slide on the back side of the vehicle (The vehicle will be confiscated until the violation is corrected).
  • Using a vehicle that causes pollution on public roads (The vehicle will be confiscated until the violation is corrected).
  • Exceed the speed limit by not more than twenty-five kilometers per hour.
  • Tampering with the road or reflectors or signals governing the movement of traffic.
  • Not to stand at checkpoints, security patrols or when there is there is a sign to stop vehicle for inspection.
  • Non-compliance with traffic at intersections.
  • Not using the vehicle for the purpose for which is licensed for.
  • A number of passengers more than the number specified in the license.
  • Sitting/standing of passenger in location in vehicle which is not for the purpose.
  • Refusing to show the documentation for the driver or the vehicle for unauthorized access.
  • Non-compliance with the limits of the specific tracks on the road.
  • Leaving objects on public roads and thereby putting public safety at risk.
  • Not to give preference to Police cars or ambulances.
  • Going beyond the school bus when it has stopped to load or unload.
  • Driving vehicle with expired driving license.

Third category
Penalties: Fine amount – SR 150-300

  • Non-availability of the statutory requirements of the trailer.
  • Failure to provide MVPI (fahas) certificate.
  • Violation of the rules of the use of indicator lights.
  • Failure to take necessary precautions when you stop the vehicle in emergency situations on public roads.
  • Barriers inside the vehicle obstruct the driver’s vision.
  • Not to carry driver’s license or permit while driving.
  • Leaving the vehicle on the road with a slope without taking the necessary precautions.
  • Violation of regulations on road.
  • Failure to maintain the number plates of the vehicle.
  • Failure to terminate the procedures for transfer of vehicle ownership.
  • Failure to terminate the procedures for amending the use of the vehicle.
  • No seat belt.
  • Non-use of safety seats for children.
  • Failure to observe the rules of preference.
  • Non-directed vehicle for export within the period specified.
  • Using mobile phone while driving.
  • Stimulant abuse the vehicle.
  • Not to wear a helmet when riding a motor bike.
  • Leadership in the tracks is dedicated to it.
  • The failure of the owners of animals excluded from the roads.

Fourth category

Penalties: Fine amount – SR 100 to SR 150)
  • The use of unauthorized devices in the vehicle or put banners or posters are contrary to public morals.
  • Leave vehicles on public roads in areas not assigned to them is a necessity.
  • Throw any objects outside the vehicle while walking.
  • Conduct of vehicle without a front panel.
  • Get off or ride during the course of the vehicles.
  • Pedestrian crossing of the ways of non-designated areas for them.
  • Non-compliance with pedestrian signals of their own.
  • Slowdown in traffic in a manner impedes the movement.
  • Parking the vehicle in places not intended for parking.
  • Stand in the parking places and people with special needs of this category is allowed.
  • Concern without the road while driving the vehicle.
  • The absence of an insurance policy.

How to Attest Degrees for Saudi Arabia

December 23rd, 2014, posted in Kingdom

How to Attest Degrees for Saudi Arabia

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Consequences of having Different Profession

As it is already mentioned, it is illegal to have a different profession on your iqama, you can be detained in the detention center in case of any raid of Jawazat in your office.

  1. Your application for visa will not be successful if your profession is low profile.
  2. You cannot get family status in Saudi Arabia. You cannot bring your family to Saudi Arabia on permanent basis.
  3. You cannot apply for visit visa for your parents, unmarried sisters and others.

Process of Attestation of Degrees

  1. Please make sure that name on your degrees is same as the name on your Iqama. Profession in the letter should be same as of your Iqama. It happens several times that while writing the name in Arabic on the Iqama, Jawazat people don’t care for this. My application has been rejected once because of inconsistency of name on the Iqama and Degree. In this case, you need to change the name on Iqama.
  2. First step of attestation of degrees in Saudi Arabia is to get two letters from your company requesting Saudi Cultural Office and Saudi Embassy in your respective country to attest the degrees. Letters should contain your name, your current profession, your desired profession and your date of joining to the company.
  3. These two letters should be attested by the chamber of commerce of the city where your company is registered. They will charge you SR 25 for each letter.
  4. To get the degrees attested in Saudi Arabia, you need to go to Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and present these two letters to them. Keep in mind; they only accept letters attested by the chamber of commerce. You need to present your Iqama to them. Here, the employer in your Iqama should be the same company which has generated the above two letters. In case of inconsistency, they will not attest these two letters. They will charge you SR 30 per letter.
  5. After this, you need to send these letters to Saudi Embassy and Saudi Cultural Office along with degree.  Before, Saudi Embassy and Saudi Culture Office, you may have to attest these degrees by some education commission and Ministry of Foreign Affairs in your Native country. However, it is suggested to send original letters, copy of your iqama, copy of your visa, copy of your passport and original degree to someone you know in your country. Assign him to do this work for you.
  6. If you don’t have any such friend who can do all this for you, you can contact some agents who do the same for some charges. They will charge you around SR 300 for the attestation of documents. According to recent changes in the degree attestation process, some embassies are asking for original passport of the candidate as well.
  7. If any of the above requirements are not fulfilled, you can ask the same agent to get it confirmed. They have some sources in Embassy and can help you out.
  8. Get your attested degrees back in Saudi Arabia and hand them over to your Mandoob in your company. He will do the rest of work. However, it is important to decide who will pay the change of profession fee. I think change of profession fee is SR 1,000/- and it is a burden upon you if you have to pay it.
  9. If you have Saudi Degree, there is no need to attest it to apply for permanent family visa.
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