Expedited visa services for member and non-member companies wishing to obtain a visa to the Kingdom. 100% of commercial applications are processed within 2 business days from start to finish*. We personally deliver your application to the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia located in Washington, D.C. on your behalf and ensure that your visa application is processed in a timely manner.
Throughout the visa facilitation process, the Business Council offers complimentary consulting via email, phone, or in-person appointments. With step-by-step assistance at no additional cost, we are able to provide our clients ease of mind that visas will be processed accurately and received in a timely fashion.
Unlike the other certified agents authorized by the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia, which process visas on behalf of U.S. companies travelling to countries across the world, the USSABC only assists companies interested in traveling to Saudi Arabia.
- Document notarization by a local notary public
- Document apostille by a local state or county clerk
- Document authentication by the U.S. Department of State
- Enjaz fee payment
- Document certification by the Embassy of Saudi Arabia
Corporate documents include power of attorney, company agreement, employment contracts, translation of birth or marriage certificate, etc.
To get a document certified or for more information, please contact Sahar Nadri at email@example.com.
Member Visa Services
As a membership-based organization, one thing that has remained constant since its incorporation across all our programs and services, including our visa facilitation services program, is our commitment to putting our members first.
“The Mission was well arranged and scheduled, and we got to meet with several impactful business contacts through the introductions by USSABC.”
“The mission was an outstanding opportunity to identify and pursue new business prospects in Saudi Arabia. The Council identified high level contacts and facilitated networking through various events.”
“The Airport Management, Construction and Modernization Mission to Saudi Arabia was well organized, with attendance from influential executives and many leads.”
“Securiport highly recommends the Council’s mission. Their expertise and contacts in the market are invaluable. What would have taken us months to plan and organize was made possible in less than a week.”
“The U.S.-Saudi Business Council (USSBC) has been playing an important role in developing and expanding business cooperation between American and Saudi Arabian companies since its inception in 1993. The Council has arranged many successful business development missions to the Kingdom. Such missions are important since they encourage direct interaction between the companies to have a first hand feel of our country and the market. The Council has also facilitated one-on-one contact with the visiting companies whenever we have so requested. I wish the Council all the success for their future plans and look forward to the next business development mission to the Kingdom soon.”
“I would like to thank the U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Council (USSABC) and its professional staff for doing a great job, supporting the business community with timely and valuable business information, arranging effective trade missions, and releasing sector reports. The USSABC is one of our dependable partners.”
“We at Alrashed Group appreciate very much the U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Council’s efforts in introducing, coordinating, and bridging the gap between the U.S. and Saudi businessmen. In my opinion, the Council’s work should be enhanced to strengthen the already good relations between our two countries.”
“I am extremely satisfied and happy with the services rendered by the U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Council towards strengthening the relationship between United States and Saudi Arabian businessmen. The Council’s dedication in bridging the gap between the business communities of the U.S. and Saudi Arabia is highly appreciated. The current level of trade and joint venture partnerships would have never been possible without the positive role of the Council.”