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A Hajj passport was a special passport used only for entry into Saudi Arabia for the purpose of performing hajj (Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca and adjacent sites). This passport is no longer used, as Saudi Authorities have required ordinary passports since 2009.[1][2]

An Algerian Hajj passport (2008)
An Algerian Hajj passport (2008)

Issuing countries

See also


  1. ^ Lutfia, Ismira (3 July 2009), "Hajj Pilgrims Must Now Have Regular Passports", Jakarta Globe, archived from the original on 2012-09-14, retrieved 2011-11-14
  2. ^ "Q. †1904 Discontinuation Of Temporary Passport For Haj Pilgrims". Indian Ministry of External Affairs. 2013-03-14. Retrieved 2021-09-24.
  3. ^ State Bank of Pakistan site:" F.E. Circular No. 14 of 2004" says "iii) List of Hajjis along with copies of relevant pages of Hajj passport i.e. first two pages & the page bearing visa.." retrieved Dec. 1, 2006
  4. ^ "Ban to stay on performance of Ummrah for unmarried, jobless persons below age of 40: Ejaz." Sunday June 18, 2006 (0059 PST). Pak Tribune. ("Ejaz informed that Hajj passport would gradually be turned into machine-readable passport.") retrieved Dec. 1, 2006
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