ZATCA: Items Worth over SAR 60,000 to be Disclosed during Travel

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Riyadh October 18, 2022:

The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) stated that every traveller arriving or departing from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia must disclose if they are carrying in their luggage a sum of or items amounting to 60,000 Saudi Arabian Riyals (SAR) or more.

Travelers must disclose the items and fill out the declaration form and submit it electronically via the application or through ZATCA’s website.

The items that may have a value of more than 60,000 SAR include:

  • Coins
  • Monetary instruments
  • Gold bars
  • Precious metals
  • Precious stones
  • Fine jewellery
  • Equivalent in foreign currencies

ZATCA said that the declaration is a mandatory requirement to protect the traveler from being charged with the crime of money laundering, smuggling, or evading the payment of legal fees and taxes.

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