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Latest update: Entry requirements section (Visas) - if you're planning to travel to Saudi Arabia via the causeway from Bahrain you should check the terms of your Saudi visa before travelling; if you're planning to apply for a visa, you should seek advice (eg from your visa agent, the Saudi Embassy or your employer) about the visa options available to you; Saudi visas may only allow for entry into the country by air and may prevent you from entering across a land border including via the causeway from Bahrain
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