Qatar Family Visa via Metrash2

Qatar Ministry of Interior has announced easier method of requesting Family visit visa online via Metrash2 mobile application .

This service can be accessed via #Metrash2 from Visa Services - Visa Operation - Family Applications - New Application. In case of some missing documents or any other issue, the applicant will get required alert.

Brigadier Mohammed Ahmed Al Ateeq, DG of the General Directorate of Passports at #MoIQatar, this e-service is for the purpose of providing family visit visa to expatriates in the country and it was on test since two months and proved a great success.

The Ministry of Interior (MoI) launched a new service that will enable the residents to apply for family visit visa through MoI website and #Metrash2. This came within the framework to develop #MoIQatar services provided to the public.

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All about Ramadan

Ramadan is the ninth and holiest month of the Islamic lunar calendar when Muslims around the world fast from dawn until sunset for 29 or 30 days, depending on when the crescent moon is sighted. 

It’s a month of increased prayer, charity, reflection and renewal of friendships for the Muslim community. All the rules on culture and etiquette in Qatar should be even more carefully observed during this period.

Ramadan in Qatar is a very unique time for both Muslims and non-Muslims and you’ll find that the usual patterns of work and leisure completely change.

Your first Ramadan in Qatar will be a time of excitement, no doubt as a new expat you have a few practical questions amidst the sudden change in routine.

Qatar announces official working hours for Ramadan 2018

Minister of Justice and Acting Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs H E Dr Hassan Lahdan Saqr Al Hassan Al Mohannadi issued a circular today setting the working hours during the holy month of Ramadan for ministries, government sector and public bodies and institutions, Peninsula Qatar reported. According to the circular, on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan 1439 AH, it has been decided that the official working hours during the holy month of Ramadan will be five hours a day, starting from 9am to 2pm.