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Residence permits issued by sex of holder and administrative region (Governorate) (Saudi Arabia) (2011)

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    2011
  Male Female Total
Riyadh 410.634 94.880 505.514
Makkah 175.339 50.137 225.476
Madinah 41.638 14.482 56.120
Al-Qasseem 81.761 14.786 96.547
Eastern 264.372 47.054 311.426
Assir 49.408 14.101 63.509
Tabouk 13.384 5.820 19.204
Hail 30.190 7.606 37.796
Northern Border 8.328 3.468 11.796
Jazan 10.395 4.789 15.184
Najran 27.811 3.933 31.744
Al-Baha 8.904 3.823 12.727
Al-Jouf 18.977 5.668 24.645
Total 1.141.141 270.547 1.411.688

Source: Ministry of Interior, General Directorate of Passports.

 

 

1. Institution which provides data

 

Central Department of Statistics and Information (CDSI), Ministry and Economy and Planning

 

2. Data availability

 

Published in the CDSI’ Statistical Yearbooks, in Chapter “Social services”

All Statistical Yearbooks are available online at: https://www.stats.gov.sa/en/46

Date of access: May 2013.

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