Working permit
By vilia • 4 years 2 weeks ago.

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I am here in Qatar under my husband sponsorship. Currently I just got a job and my HR ask me I need work permit. My question here is:
1- Do I need working permit since I have residence visa here n under husband sponsor?
2- Without working permit expat's wife could not work in Qatar?

Any response here would be much appreciate.

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By emy007• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
emy007

welcome

By Automak Car Rental Company• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
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Automak Car Rental Company

you will need a labour card from labour department before you can work here under husband sponsorhip to work here.

By vilia• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
vilia

I better get it done. thx emy :)

By emy007• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
emy007

3- How many % possibility that worker without working permit will get caught by MOL?

Before it wasnt that important to get labour card but after wht happend in villaio all things has changed, and now there is a big compaign going on by checking all companies by ministry of labour so all companies are nt ready to face troubles with them.

By vilia• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
vilia

what a good answer thx u :)

By anonymous• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
anonymous

0% if you will not try. Work legally.

By anonymous• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
anonymous

WELCOME TO DOHA, ENJOY! :-)

By vilia• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
vilia

Okay based on Emy007, I got 1 more question:

3- How many % possibility that worker without working permit will get caught by MOL? :D

By RAK• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
RAK

http://www.qatarliving.com/node/1333330

By vilia• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
vilia

Thx so much for ur information its sound a very serious problem. @ Smoke n Rizk: That would be cool if there QLer gathering for drink n m sure its already done. Hope i can join next time ^^

By emy007• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
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emy007

1- Do I need working permit since I have residence visa here n under husband sponsor? yes u need its a compulsory and to apply for that u need police clearance check with ure embassy if they can give it from here otherwise get one from ure country n stamp in misitry of forein affairs then from ure embassy here, other work will b done by the PRO of the company where u work.

2- Without working permit expat's wife could not work in Qatar? she can but if she get caught by ministry of labour both company n u will pay a huge amount of 25000 and Qr more each n the company will b in trouble with ministry of labour will last for long...

By smoke• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
smoke

Rizks i remember Galloper was saying that even if a wife is under husband sponsorship she has to obtain a labour card in order to work.

By Rizks• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
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Rizks

No, i dont know him either....:(

back to the topic,

1- Do I need working permit since I have residence visa here n under husband sponsor?

ANS - NO

2- Without working permit expat's wife could not work in Qatar?

ANS- YES you can work coz u r under your husbands sponsorship - right ?

By smoke• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
smoke

no but i believe you know my good friend Khanan well :)

By Rizks• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
Rizks

do i know you ?

By smoke• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
smoke

indeed Rizks better call me too.

By Rizks• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
Rizks

Yup, Why not ? :)

By vilia• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
vilia

i always heard u talk about karak chai would like to have one soon what u think :p

By Rizks• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
Rizks

Sure vilia, a party with vilia is like a Karak chai without sugar....:O)

By vilia• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
vilia

Yeah, finally!! err...m still finding more info on this. anyway, nice to have ur input here. any party dont forget count on me ;)

By Rizks• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
Rizks

Ahh finally u here, welcome to Qatar -vilia !

m sure someone will help you in this ?

Cheerz.

By smoke• 4 years 2 weeks ago.
smoke

hey you are here finally eh? Welcome :)

To answer your questions yes you will need a labour card from labour department to work here. Thats what i'm told.

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