Qatar Ministry of Interior

Qatar holds workshop for seaport workers; boosts West Bay tourism
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To ensure that all seaports are properly maintained and manned, the Permanent Committee for Seaports Management at the Ministry of Interior launched a special training course for a full week in partnership with the Police Officers Institute for port workers....
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Qatar releases statistics on labour applications, celebrates scholarship recipients at the MoI
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In order to welcome new scholarship recipients for the year, the  Human Resources Department of the Ministry of Interior (MoI) organised a special orientation at the main auditorium of the HQ in Wadi Al Sail. With the meeting, scholarship recipients...
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Traffic services are common requests in Metrash 2; Japan visa exemption beginning August 21st
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Among the most common Metrash 2 transactions, traffic services are being requested most often, including visa and residency services. This is according to Officer of Electronic Services and Internet Department of the General Directorate of Information Systems at the Ministry...
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Qatar warns against cyber crimes and tells citizens to be vigilant
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Qatar continues to ensure the safety of individuals online especially when it comes to unusual activities on the web. In particular, the Ministry of Interior (MoI) is encouraging the general public to be vigilant of signs of cyber hacking. This...
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Qatar processes labour applications and announces QID, passport service
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The labour market in Qatar continues to thrive as the Ministry of Labour (MoL) approves 10,935 applications out of an estimated 18,027 new applications. These numbers reflect recruitment applications in June this year. Among these, 3,303 applications were for profession...
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The extension of the Hayya Card validity brings an uptick in tourism to Qatar
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With the extension of the Hayya Card's validity, travellers are able to enjoy the wonders the state of Qatar has to offer with convenience and easy access. Travellers can revisit the country as well and experience the wide variety of...
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Qatar Cabinet deliberates on Customs Law among other issues during meeting
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At the Amiri Diwan, the Cabinet held its regular meeting as chaired by HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defence Affairs Dr Khalid bin Mohamed al-Attiyah. During the discussions, the topics included a draft law that...
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Qatar’s Ministry of Municipality and Ministry of Interior take steps to ensure the World Cup’s success
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Recently, the Ministry of Interior (MoI) officially announced that citizens and residents of GCC countries can now enter without Hayya Card. As such, tourists are expected to arrive from Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Oman to make the most...
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Qatar has suspended the entry of visitors into the country beginning November 1st
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According to the Ministry of Interior (MoI), the entry of visitors will be temporarily suspended beginning November 1st and will resume on December 23rd. As for Hayya Card holders, they will be allowed to enter from November 1st to December...
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Qatar protects consumer rights with inspection campaigns; gears up for FIFA World Cup
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To ensure that consumers are always protected when it comes to retail, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) has recently conducted a joint inspection campaign with the Ministry of Interior (MoI) on an outlet in Msheireb. Upon discovering that...
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