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How can you work in Saudi Arabia?

Hello all, I have a dual citizenship of Australia and Turkey (and i am female). I am very much interested in working at a bank in Saudi Arabia, however i don't know how you can get a work permit? Must one get the Saudi citizenship to work there, or is there any other way to work at a bank in Saudi Arabia? My other question is, are there any restrictions for foreign and single girls like me to work in Saudi Arabia? Thanks in advance.

Asked By: NoNick - 2/28/2010
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mintee gave a great short and to the point answer. you might want to read some of her (or even my) answers on YA concerning life in saudi arabia for women. we gave a pretty detailed picture (Mintee lives in the eastern province of saudi while i'm from Jeddah in the Hijaz west of saudi...it makes a difference regarding... More
Answered By: Soul - 3/3/2010
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you can work here if you first get an invite by an employer who prehires you.. they have to sponsor (send an official invite) to you, then you can apply (the employer will help) for the work visa to enter... More
Answered By: Mintee - 3/1/2010
 
Go to the websites of the banks in Saudi Arabia and get the contact information then send your resume. If you get an offer, the employer will help you to come here. If you have any question you can send me a message Good luck
Answered By: Calgarian_man - 3/1/2010
 
You should find a job here to get the work permit/iqama/residence permit. Also, don't tell them you're Turkish. Only tell them you're Australian, so you will be paid a lot more and get a lot more benefits.
Answered By: Alhamdulilah #2 is on the way - 3/1/2010
 
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