Visit visa for mother through Metrash2

emyzification
By emyzification

Hello folks,

I am planning to bring my mother for a couple of months visit and I tried to apply for visa through Metrash2. Unfortunately, it's asking for her Birth Certificate which is not available at the moment. Also it's never heard that the birth certificate is asked for adults for the visa process. Has anyone tried it and got the visa? just curious. 

Another option is to bring her for on arrival visa, but the Indian authorities ban people with ECR stamp to board to Qatar without a stamped visa.


Suggestions appreciated.

 

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By fasikhaja• 3 days 15 hours ago.
fasikhaja

hi guys ,

i applied visit visa for my mother in law on metrash 2 , but i had n space to load NOC from company, now its been a week and its still under process, what do i need to do, i already booked her ticket for 24th...and she cant come on visa on arrival as she does not ECNR on her passport and indian authorities does not allow visa on arrival for people with ECR stamp on the passport, please advise...will this application be approved or cancelled?

when it asked for the birth certificate , i uploaded my wifes birth certificate as in i thought the system needs to see the proof of relation, how ever in other forums people have uploaded company NOC under birth certificate, ..if you have not tried it, please try it.

mine is already in progress and i cant do anything nor a new application, but if you have not applied yet, try uploding company noc in birth certificare space

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