Metrash2 now accepts family resident visa applications from Indian and Pakistani expats

Metrash2 now accepts family resident visa applications from Indian and Pakistani expats

By QLNews

Here is a good piece of news for Indian and Pakistani expatriates looking forward to bringing their family to Qatar.

Metrash2 now accepts family resident visa applications from Indians and Pakistani expatriates.

Residents now can fill out the details and submit necessary documents through Metrash2.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, last year this service was stopped, and entry restrictions to Qatar were put in place.

Many expatriates were eagerly waiting for the service to resume, they have also urged the authorities to restart the service via social media platforms.

The service was reinstated a few days back for several nationalities including Indians. However, after a couple of days, India was dropped from the list.

India and Pakistan is now listed in the nationality dropdown.

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