A business visa is required if you need to do a short-term business trip to Qatar. The length of your stay will determine what type of visa you need.
If you are a resident in Qatar you may request a Family Visit Visa for your immediate family and for other relatives.
Discover the different types of visas Qatar has available for situations such as studying, investing in or returning to Qatar, and for newborns.
To live and work in Qatar, you must have a Work Residence Permit (RP). To be eligible for an RP, you must first have a sponsor.
Qatar offers a variety of visas, or visa-free entry, depending on which country you hail from, how long you are planning to stay, and what brings you to Qatar.
The Schengen Area or Zone includes a total of 26 countries and operates as a single state for international travel purposes.
The complete list of Ministry of Interior Service Centres, with contact details and the official opening hours.
If you are planning to move to Qatar to live, work or study, you will need to provide legalised or attested documentation to support your application.
If you are having a baby or have just given birth in Qatar, there are several administrative procedures required to kick start your baby’s future.
Whether you are an ex-pat in Qatar or just visiting and lose your passport, follow this detailed process to obtain new or renewal travel documents.
Medical Checks and Fingerprinting are required when applying for a Resident Permit (RP) in Qatar - read our 'how to' guide.
The list of approved professions for GCC residents who can receive a visa granted on arrival in Qatar.