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e-signature

 (ē′sĭg′nə-chər)
n.
A digital file attached to or associated with a contract or other record and used as the legal equivalent of a written signature.
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According to the minister, pilgrims end up doing the e-signature twice; once in Egypt and another time when they land in the Saudi territories.