How can I assist my husband in getting my daughter and I family visit visas or permits?

My husband is working and living in Qatar for the last 6 months. He earns a very good salary as a project manager in Doha. He has, with the help of his company, set up a flat for us. He has, in the last month, opened a bank account as he was unaware that he needs one. He was getting paid in cash. 

He was initially advised that we could enter Qatar, and be issued VISAS on arrival. As we are South Africans we have found this to be untrue. 

I have a job interview awaiting me in Qatar, and I am fearfull that I will lose the opportunity should this process take too long. 

Is there a way to speed up the process of getting a family visit visa or a permit for us. 

My husband works 16 hour days, and has no real time to run around. I want to help him, as he is also eager to be re-united with us. 

How do I get this done ASAP?

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If the documents like, your marriage certificate (attestation ... i am not sure whether you need or not) ... your passport are ready,he have to collect a letter from his company,  apply for visit visa in ministry with 200 QR, visa will be ready within 3 days max.There is a lot of postings regarding this in this website.Good luck
6 months  Bank statement is very mandatory, ur marriage certificate and the passport copy, also salary should be above 5000QR for applying for family visit visa..juz submit all this documents along with the form..within 3 days u will get the visa..u will get 1 mth visit visa which can be later extended upto 5 mre mths..All the Best..
I am concerned however as he firstly does not have a 6 month bank statement. He only opened his account last month as he was getting paid in cash. He earns 27 000 QAR, so would a letter from his employer stating that they have paid him in cash for the last 6 months not suffice? Secondly, I am South African - he is British. Do I need any documentation re this? This is so taxing. Surely it would be logical that a family man would need his family with him in a foreign country. Would it be easier obtaining an Omani Visa? 
I am concerned however as he firstly does not have a 6 month bank statement. He only opened his account last month as he was getting paid in cash. He earns 27 000 QAR, so would a letter from his employer stating that they have paid him in cash for the last 6 months not suffice? Secondly, I am South African - he is British. Do I need any documentation re this? This is so taxing. Surely it would be logical that a family man would need his family with him in a foreign country. Would it be easier obtaining an Omani Visa? 
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