Qatar is in a festive mood this weekend, as India's biggest and most important holiday of the year, “Diwali” is being celebrated by the Indian community – the largest among the expatriate population in the country. Join the f..
The Unified Services Department, through the service centers, continues to receive requests for expatriate workers working in companies in violation of the provisions of Law No. 21 of 2015 regulating the entry and exit of expatriates and their reside..
The General Directorate of Passports (Jawazat) has warned that hefty fines amounting up to SR100,000 will be slapped on any establishment that employs foreigners in violation of the labor and residency regulations. The same penalty will be imposed..
Many expats see finding a job in Qatar as a golden opportunity. Do it right and you could be in for an exciting international experience and a great salary with no tax. The helpful guide explains everything you need to know. If you are thinking ab..
The Ministry of Interior called on the expatriates residing in the State violating the provisions of Law No. (21) for the year 2015 regulating the entry and exit of expatriates and their residence, to utilize the grace period announced by the M..
Illegal residents can avail the amnesty offered till December 31, 2021, without any legal action against them, a Ministry of Interior (MoI) official has said. The Ministry of Interior called on the expatriates residing in the State violating the p..
Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) revealed that the National Mental Health Helpline recorded more than 40,000 calls in 18 months and played a key role in providing support to those suffering from psychological stress and anxiety during the Coronavirus ..
Qatar is home hundreds of thousands of expats from all across the world. New people relocate to Qatar every year and many move out of Qatar to other places. We have talked a lot about what expats need to do to live in Qatar in a safe, secure, and leg..
All visitors to Qatar on Business or visit visa are allowed to drive in Qatar for only 7 days from the date of their entry using their valid National Driving License, this rule is applicable for all nationalities Once the 7 day period is ove..