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Saudi Arabia has officially initiated the registration process for foreign pilgrims planning to undertake the Hajj pilgrimage in 2024, according to a report by Wego. The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah will oversee the registration process, which will be facilitated through the Nusuk Hajj platform.
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The Nusuk Hajj platform, accessible to pilgrims from various countries worldwide, serves as a comprehensive portal for those intending to participate in the 2024 Hajj pilgrimage. The platform offers a range of services, including registration for pilgrims and their family members, guidelines for the pilgrimage, and various tour packages. The list of countries eligible to apply through the Nusuk Hajj platform can be found in the ‘Serviced Countries’ section of their website.
To register, pilgrims are required to create an account on the website, provide their email address, and select their current country of residence from the available list, which includes all countries eligible for Hajj 2024. Additionally, they must upload the necessary documents, complete the application form, select their preferred package, and make the payment. This streamlined process is designed to ensure a smooth and efficient registration experience for individuals embarking on this sacred religious journey.
Hajj, one of the five pillars of Islam, represents a sacred and obligatory journey for Muslims worldwide who are physically and financially capable. The pilgrimage involves specific rituals that pilgrims are required to perform diligently. The issuance of Hajj visas for 2024 will commence on 1 March 2024, and conclude on 29 April 2024, with pilgrims expected to start arriving in the Kingdom from 9 May 2024.