Medical Test For Saudi Visa In Pakistan

For the last many days we have been receiving a lot of queries regarding a Medical Test for visa to Saudi Arabia. Our visitors have been asking the same question if such Medical Test is compulsory. They have also been asking about where is the place for this medical test , Where to get medical tests for visa for Saudi Arabia done, What is the medical requirements for Visa to Saudi mabia etc etc .

Saudi Arabia is one of the most important employers for many countries like Pakistan. Many Pakistani hope of working in this country in the future times but have to overcome lots of major hurdles at their way to reach there. Finally, you may get clearance from Visa-Saudi Arabia after passing the medical test which is compulsory for all where you are verified physically and mentally fit to achieve all standards supported by Saudi Embassy in Islamabad Pakistan.

Medical Test For Saudi Visa In Pakistan

Shaykh Mufti Taqi Usmani of the UK has issued an edict for those who are planning to apply for Saudi visa. He has directed that everyone should have a medical test done before applying for the visa. This is for verifying a person’s health status, and to eliminate any doubts around it. He stated that in case you need a medical test done, then you should take these tests thoroughly. Shaykh Mufti Taqi Usmani also directed the Muslims to submit all their documents properly and within the given time frame. In his view, this is one of the biggest requirements that a Muslim should maintain when applying for visa.

The Saudi Arabia’s Embassy in Pakistan requires that all male applicants for Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) visa to be physically examined prior to processing the visa application. All male applicants must obtain a valid medical certificate stating that they are fit for travel and are free from any contagious disease such as Tuberculosis, leprosy, syphilis and HIV/AIDS.

A good health is essential for an individual and medical checkup is a necessity and it is to be done prior any type of visa application.

Saudi Arabia: Your Saudi Visa Medical at IPSA

When using your IPSA clinic for your Saudi Arabian visa medical, you will benefit from your highly skilled IPSA physician’s experience in providing visa medicals. Your IPSA visa medical clinic is well established with the Saudi Embassy and your IPSA doctors are registered with the FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office).

For our IPSA clients who do require an expedited visa service, your IPSA clinic teams up with the experienced visa agencies in order to facilitate the legalisation and the processing of your Saudi Arabian visa medical application.

IPSA can provide the complete expedited medical report that is required by the Saudi Embassy in 24 hours.

Your IPSA Saudi visa medical: What tests are involved?

The required medical examination involves a physical examination and your medical history being taken by your IPSA clinician.

The various blood tests that are required for your Saudi visa are:

  • HIV
  • Syphilis/VDRL
  • A full Hepatitis B profile
  • Hepatitis C Abs
  • Urinalysis
  • Malarial Abs
  • Bilharzia Abs
  • Liver function tests
  • A pregnancy test for women

In addition to this, you may also require both a TBQ and chest X-ray.

How long does it take for my results to be finalised?

Unless you take up the option of the expedited 24-hour service, then the results take up to five working days (or seven working days if you require the TBQ test).

IPSA’s visa medicals for Saudi Arabia come at highly competitive rates

Standard Saudi visa medical (for men): £360

Saudi visa medical with TBQ: £410

Saudi visa medical with TBQ and chest X-ray: £500

Standard Saudi visa medical (for women): £375

Are there any additional charges?

If you are over 40 (or if it is clinically indicated), you will also require an ECG, which is available for £90.

If you are over 50, then your prospective employer might also require a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test to be carried out, which is available for £90.

If you have a history of diabetes, then you may also require an HbA1c test, which costs £90.

When you arrive at your IPSA clinic for your Saudi visa medical, please bring your original passport with you to confirm your identity and one passport-sized photograph.

Call your IPSA visa medical clinic today to book your same-day Saudi Arabian visa medical, or book online.

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