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my finance is a fiipina expat working in Riyadh.

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Out in public of course she has to wear an abaya, however, when inside she does not

I assume when she is standing outside in line, she wears it, but does she have to still wear it inside? The embassy is USA soil.

She will be dressing nice, but will be hidden under the abaya.

just wondered if anyone heard of female dress code at the USA embassy at Riyadh.

I know they have both female CO and male CO. I assume they are all USA citizens, the female CO does not wear abaya. Nether expect females inside to, unless that want to, since a Saudi national.

Any help would be appreciated.

Todd

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just wear it.. it's dress code there.. she doesn't have to cover up her head/face/etc but no reason not to wear the black overalls (i guess that's the abaya..)

it's the interview/documents/etc that's more important not the dress code :) just keep it simple, have her wear what she would be wearing outside inside, it's not an issue at all


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