The acceptance of Qatar family visit visas, health insurance, and a return ticket is necessary, and a range of applications have been refused due to a lack of these prerequisites.
“The General Directorate of the Ministry of Interior Passports has made health insurance mandatory for family visit visas. The insurance must cover the whole period of stay of the visitor in the country,” said Lt. Col. Tariq Issa Aqeedi.
He told companies to use the software to save time and effort as it is easier and saves both time and effort. He spoke in a webinar on “the Services of the General Directorate of Passports on Metrash2 and the Services of Qatar Visa Centers Abroad.”
Despite its relevance, Lt. Col. Aqeedi observed that many organizations do not employ an automated RP renewal service, despite the fact that this service may renew several RP concurrently. “This service enables businesses to renew the residence permits of their staff, irrespective of their number, with a single request, rather than inputting each employee’s data and completing each transaction separately.”
This capability can help companies with a high number of employees. ” The event had over 300 attendees from HR, finance, safety, security, public and private organizations, schools, and the leaders and representatives of expatriate communities.
The event was organized in collaboration with the General Directorate of Passports by the Public Relations Department.
Lt. Col. Aqeedi stated during the webinar that the total number of transactions done through Metrash2 in the first half of this year is 440,028, with 305,302 of those transactions being only for residency renewal.
The Metrash2 app provides over 220 active services in six languages:
It provides secure and encrypted services and supports the majority of smart devices, allowing it to reach the broadest potential audience.
He advised users to keep using Metrash2 services as they had done during the peak of the COVID-19 outbreak. “It is critical to employ Metrash2 in the recent unusual times (2020-2021), which experienced numerous changes owing to the coronavirus pandemic, obliging everyone to adopt the precautionary and preventative actions implemented by the State to safeguard society.”