Hamad International Airport
The 30-day stay can be extended after confirming a return ticket
Travellers from Pakistan can now enter Qatar without a visa. The visa waiver is for a 30-day period and will be granted on arrival at immigration, according to an update issued by Qatar Airways.
The visa for Pakistani citizens will be granted for 30 days free of charge and is extendable for a similar period only once after confirming the return ticket.
“Invite your friends and family to discover an authentic Arabian treasure in the heart of the Gulf - a land famous for its heritage, innovation, and hospitality now with the added benefit of visa-free entry,” the airline said on its website. To access the visa-free entry, the passenger must have a passport with at least six-month validity and a confirmed return ticket.
In addition, the passenger will need to have:
A valid debit or credit card; and
A confirmed hotel reservation.
Those arriving directly from Pakistan should have a certificate of vaccination against polio.
Below are the conditions for Pakistani nationals for visa-free entry into Qatar:
>>The passenger’s passport must be valid for at least six months
>>The passenger must have a confirmed return ticket
>>The passenger must have a valid debit or credit card
>>The visa will be granted for 30 days free of charge, and it is extendable for a similar period only once after confirming a return ticket
>>Passengers should provide a confirmed hotel reservation
>>Passengers arriving directly from Pakistan should have a certificate of vaccination against polio
In line with the reopening of global travel, the Gulf carrier now serves over 130 destinations.
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