Visa on arrival for Pakistani.

By Sundus2018

Hi. I am a Pakistani national planning to travel to Qatar for three days. I'm would like to know if it is okay to carry 1500 USD which is equivalent to 5000 QR, or to have a credit card, since I do not have one. Thanks. 

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By Sundus2018• 6 months 1 week ago.
Sundus2018

I'm trying to contact some agents in here, but all in vain. The credit card or cash, very conflicting indeed.

By pioneerpec• 6 months 1 week ago.
pioneerpec

For on arrival Visa..no credit card or Money required to show Authority..

Just they will ask you where will you stay..

Say with some friend in location..just like Bin Mahmood , Madina Khalifa

Thats it

By acchabaccha• 6 months 1 week ago.
acchabaccha

sundus2018: This link may also be helpful:

https://nricafe.com/complete-guide-to-qatars-visa-on-arrival-scheme/

By acchabaccha• 6 months 1 week ago.
acchabaccha

sundus2018: I have checked with someone here and was informed that cash would not be acceptable. You are required to have a credit card. I suggest you check with some travel agents in your city or contact Qatar Airways in Pakistan. The following link may possibly be helpful:

https://www.qatarairways.com/en/visa-free-arrival-pakistan.html

By Sundus2018• 6 months 1 week ago.
Sundus2018

Lol, don't worry!

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