Qatar opens 5 more Visa Centers in India

  • 2 years   ago
Qatar opens 5 more Visa Centers in India

Qatar has opened five new visa centers in India as a feature of its Qatar Visa Centers (QVCs) venture, propelled a year ago, focusing on eight work trading nations. 

The opening of the five focuses in Kolkata, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Kochi, comes extremely close to the endeavors of Qatar to encourage and streamline systems for getting exiles to work the nation, just as encouraging visa methodology of numerous types. 

With the opening of the new five focuses, the quantity of focuses opened by Qatar in India has expanded to seven after the opening of New Delhi and Mumbai focuses prior this year. 

Major Abdullah Khalifa Al Mohannadi, Director of the Visa Support Services Department at the General Directorate of Passports, said that QVCs venture focuses on the opening of 20 administration focuses in eight nations: Sri Lanka, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Philippines, Indonesia, Tunisia. He called attention to that QVCs are portrayed by quick finishing of strategies for the residency of ostracizes and follow-up by the significant experts in Qatar. 


Al Mohannadi included that QVCs are outfitted with present day mechanical intends to help them in doing their obligations, encouraging and disentangling methodology, and shortening the phases of finish of exchanges, including fingerprinting, recording indispensable information, leading restorative examinations, and marking the agreement of business. He clarified that this will assist the exile with joining his work in the wake of touching base in the state and dodge the instances of come back to their nation because of inadequacy. 

Al Mohannadi expressed that all applications for enlistment through QVCs are accessible on the site of the Ministry of Interior and Metrash 2. He included that the enlistment methodology are equivalent to the past systems however was exchanged from Qatar to the nations of exiles to encourage the techniques. 

He called attention to that the QVCs are working in collaboration between the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs, the Ministry of Public Health and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as per their fitness to improve the administrations gave. 

QVCs are currently opened in four nations Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and India. The QVCs venture has been fruitful in giving particular administrations in a disentangled and further developed way.