In a previous post, we have explained in detail the benefits you are entitled to by subscribing to General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI). Each and every employee working in Saudi Arabia is registered with GOSI. Your employer has the responsibility to pay your contribution if you are an expatriate. I think each and every employee working in Saudi Arabia must know about the benefits and also tell his family members about them. In case of death or permanent disability related to occupational hazards, GOSI pays SR 330,000/- as cash compensation. You or your family cannot take it if you don’t let them know about it. In order to get this benefit, it is very important to register yourself with GOSI through their online portal and get a print out of GOSI certificate. I have explained the procedure to get GOSI certificate online below.
First of all, you will have to register yourself with the GOSI Online Portal. The procedure to register you with the GOSI online portal has been explained in this article “Procedure to Register to GOSI Online Portal”. At the end of the registration process, GOSI sends an SMS to the subscriber. The SMS you have received contains the password of your GOSI account. Now you can login to your account by entering your Iqama number and password given in the SMS.
Following screen will appear on your computer screen once you have submitted the required information and you will have to click on the link of “General Certificate”.
A new screen will open containing details of your social insurance number, mobile number and email ID. There will be a drop down list with the tab of “Certificate Type” and you will have to select “Certificate of Contributor months and wages INT” and click on “Generate”
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