Qatar Visa Centers to offer free mobile SIM cards

  • 2 years   ago
Qatar Visa Centers to offer free mobile SIM cards

Qatar Visa Centers, which have begun working in various significant workforce trading nations including India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, will furnish versatile SIM cards with QR30 balance free of expense to recently accepted laborers to keep them associated with their families amid their voyage and remain in Qatar. 

"The versatile number of the gave SIM cards will be added to the reports of work contracts which are being marked at QVCs," Muhammed Ali Al Meer, Labor Expert and Adviser at the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs disclosed to The Peninsula. 

He said that since the duplicates of the agreement are in the entrance of the Ministry of Administrative Development Labor and Social Affairs and the businesses, the versatile number will empower them to call the specialists at whatever point required. 


"The SIM card will have QR30 balance so the new specialist can converse with his family, business or the Ministry," said Al Meer. He said that all specialists who come through QVCs will profit by the activity of free SIM card which will be enrolled for the sake of laborer. 

"The enrollment strategies accessible at QVCs are to take biometrics of ostracizes, register fundamental information, lead medicinal examinations, and sign the work contract through a progressively straightforward and mindful enlistment framework," said Al Meer. 

He said that residency license cards will be made in Qatar when the specialists touch base here. "In the coming stages under new systems different things, for example, wellbeing card and bank card are probably going to be issued at QVCs," said Al Meer. 

Qatar opened as of late two visa focuses in India out of seven slated to be authorized soon as a major aspect of its Qatar Visa Centers abroad program, which was propelled a year ago and targets eight work trading nations. 

India is the fourth nation, where QVCs have been set up following the opening of focuses in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan, which ended up being an extraordinary accomplishment in giving administrations in an increasingly particular, improved and propelled way. 

QVCs will cover eight nations through the foundation of 20 administration focuses, in Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Nepal, the Philippines, Tunisia, Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh. 

The task is being actualized in participation with the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs, the Ministry of Public Health and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.