2nd phase of Domestic pilgrims registration for Hajj 2023 announced – Ministry of Hajj and Umrah
The second round of domestic pilgrims registration for Hajj 2023 has begun, according to the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, with the intention of giving an opportunity to individuals who have already completed Hajj 5 years ago or more to do so again. Most Viewed : A simple guide for Hajj pilgrimage
Those Saudi nationals and resident expatriates who aims for the Hajj pilgrimage this year 2023 (1444 AH) can now submit their application in the second phase of registration of domestic pilgrims on the Ministry’s website (https://localhaj.haj.gov.sa) or through the Nusuk application.
– The opportunity in second phase of domestic pilgrims registration for Hajj 2023 is open to Saudi citizens and resident expatriates who have previously performed Hajj five years ago and who are not less than 12 Hijri years, provided that their national or resident identity is valid, the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah urged those who meet the requirements to apply as soon as possible through the “NUSUK” application or the ministry’s website. At least until the end of the month of Dhu al-Hijjah, and that the applicant is in good health and free from infectious and acute chronic illnesses.
– According to the Ministry, up to 13 dependents, including the Mahram, may be added to a reservation if they are all booked together. The addition of dependents and the Mahram is optional, and the Mahram may be exempt from the requirement if he has performed Hajj within the previous five years by submitting a Request for an Exception. Related : 4 packages for Domestic Hajj pilgrims for the Year 2023
– As per the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, the domestic pilgrims registration for Hajj 2023 also have 4 different Hajj packages that applicants may select from. Seats will be made available based on registration priority, as some of them were previously reserved for individuals who had never completed the Hajj in the initial round of submission.
– The Ministry said, after confirming that registrants have received the required vaccines, which include the “Covid-19” virus vaccine, the meningitis vaccine, and the seasonal influenza vaccine, the issuance of Hajj permits will begin on Shawwal 15th, 1444 AH.
– It should be noted that applications cannot be accepted through agents or intermediaries and that registration must be done directly by the applicant using a mobile number that is not already associated with another reservation, in the second round of domestic pilgrims registration for Hajj, added the Hajj ministry. See Also : Dates for issuing Rawdah Al-Sharifa permits in Ramadan 2023
– The Ministry highlighted how simple it is to make a reservation and stressed the value of paying it using the computerized “SADAD” system within 72 hours. in order to prevent cancellation by default.
– If the applicant needs to cancel or will be unable to attend, the Ministry has issued a return policy that they can check in the terms and conditions before submitting or in the relevant area on the user panel.
– The Ministry also clarified that contracting and providing Hajj related services are implemented through companies and institutions licensed by the ministry to serve pilgrims from within the Saudi Arabia and listed on the Ministry’s website.
– Pilgrims must stick to the all regulations and measures that will be issued by the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah and the Ministry of Health. Pilgrims must leave Mina, as per the schedule set for the chosen package. Follow Saudi Expatriates on Twitter