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Qatar government’s amnesty period comes to an end today

Qatar government’s amnesty period comes to an end today

By QLNews

The three-month amnesty period announced by the Qatari government on September 1 formally ends today.

The Search and Follow-Up Department at Ministry of Interior is gearing up to tighten their grip on people who are staying back in the country violating existing residency laws. An extensive inspection campaign is expected to be launched soon to bring illegal residents to book.

The MoI has so far not announced any extension to the amnesty scheme and stricter action will start soon.

The MoI had run an extensive awareness campaign, in several languages, to encourage illegal residents to go back to their home countries without fear of action against them.

The campaign was organised in various languages including Arabic, English, Hindi, Bengali, Nepalese, Indonesian, Tagalog, Urdu, Sinhalese, Tamil and Malayalam.

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By britexpat• 2 years 5 months ago.
britexpat

Can we now assume that those caught without valid ID or papers will be jailed and deported and those employing them will be harshly punished

By britexpat• 2 years 5 months ago.
britexpat

Can we now assume that those caught without valid ID or papers will be jailed and deported and those employing them will be harshly punished

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WATCH: Qatar 2022 World Cup to feature only 32 teams: FIFA

WATCH: Qatar 2022 World Cup to feature only 32 teams: FIFA

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be held with 32 participating teams and not an expanded 48 teams, organisers FIFA said on Wednesday.
Summer in Qatar offers dazzling discounts at luxurious hotels & resorts

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New Trauma and Emergency Center starts limited services from today

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