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People who have nothing better to do than read my mindless ramblings on the TES will know that Mrs Hippo and I used to be in Jeddah. However, a colleague who might be more up-to-date in these matters has told me that it is impossible for a teaching husband to get a Saudi dependent visa for his non-teaching wife. (Well, actually Mrs Hippo does teach piano and singing to individual students, but she is not employed by a school as a regular class teacher.) Is this true? Have the rules re. dependent visas changed recently? I tried the Saudi Embassy, but so far I have had no reply.
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