Employment visa procedures at the Qatar Visa Centre

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Employment visa procedures at the Qatar Visa Centre

The Visa Support Services (VSS) Department under the General Directorate of Passports, Ministry of Interior (MoI), on Monday sorted out an early on class for the Nepalese people group to present work visa systems at the Qatar Visa Center (QVC) in Kathmandu, Nepal. 

The class was held at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry and was gone to by Major Abdullah Khalifa al-Mohannadi, chief of VSS, and Mohamed Ali al-Meer, executive of the Labor Inspection Department athe Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs (MADLSA). 

Nepal is the fifth nation where a QVC has been opened. Prior, comparable focuses were opened in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan and India. The Kathmandu focus is the thirteenth QVC to be opened. 

Maj al-Mohannadi said the middle gives offices to exile laborers to finish biometric information catch, medicinal examinations and marking of the work contract in their nation of origin. When the underlying endorsement of the visa is issued from Qatar, the laborer can visit the middle to finish the systems. 

He noticed that the QVC in Kathmandu is one of the biggest focuses of its sort, giving administrations to the nation's ostracizes. 


Al-Meer said exile laborers can sign a bilingual (Arabic and neighborhood language) work contract electronically at the QVC. The inside additionally gives a clarification to the ostracize about the terms of the agreement and the rights and obligations of the laborer. 

He included that the laborer will be given a free SIM card with some calling parity at QVC so he can contact the business and others once he lands in Qatar. 

Maj al-Mohannadi said QVCs keep up global principles, guarantee incredible straightforwardness and encourage smooth techniques for guests. The middle in Kathmandu works from 8.30am to 4.30pm, Sunday to Thursday. 

The QVCs have been set up and worked in co-task with the MADLSA, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Public Health.