There are very strict rules regarding the iqama system in Saudi Arabia. It includes penalties and punishments for violating the important rules. Especially, for expatriates, it is essential to read these rules and understand the rules to obey the laws.
As KSA stress following the rules strictly, they are very keen on the traffic rules as well. Every time you get a traffic violation ticket, it will be recorded on your profile in the MOI system forever. You can get to MOI Traffic Violation records by logging in to the Ministry of Interior online portal called Absher. You will have the option to check your traffic fine (Mukhalfa) amount and different subtleties by visiting the Absher site. Adhering to be the guidelines to check traffic fines on Iqama Number.
How to check traffic violation (Mukhalfa) Location?
If you are searching for details of traffic violation through Saher Camera, follow the steps given below:
Step:1 To visit the MOI official website, click on the link “www.absher.sa“
Step:2 Enter your username and password to log in to your account.
Step:3 Click on Traffic Violation Information” or “Query Traffic Violation” to proceed further.
Step:4 Enter your Iqama number and get the full details of the traffic violations like date, time, and location.
How to check traffic violation penalty on your Iqama?
Step:1 In order to check MOI traffic violations, visit the Absher website from the link stated below:
Step:2 Select “English” as the language if you can’t read and understand Arabic. Otherwise, you can go with Arabic without changing the language.
Step:3 Login by entering your username and password if you are already registered with the Absher.
In case of a new user firstly register your Absher account with your iqama number and enter the other required detail.
Step:4 Click on “Total Amount for Traffic Violations”
Step:5 Enter your Iqama number and image code and then click on the “View” button.
Step:6 On the next page, now you can see the total amount of traffic fine on Iqama.
Traffic fine / Mukhalfa payment period
Mukhalfa or traffic violation payment must be made within 30 days of the violation day. Otherwise, the amount will be doubled. The 30-day deadline starts from the violation day, not from the notification date.
Note: All traffic penalties must be paid to get an Iqama renewed or for Issuing an exit/re-entry visa or changing sponsorship.
I have worked for several years in Saudi Arabia as an expatriate. So I know how dificult it is to manage all the documents and formalities for a common worker in KSA. This is reason I started to write all these articles to help expats in KSA. I hope you enjoy my content.