Residency Permanent Qatar

Residency Permanent Qatar Under Law No. 10 of 2018, a committee has been created in the Ministry of Interior called the “Permanent Residence Card Giving Committee”. It is the task of this committee to process the applications of people applying for permanent residence cards and issue them the card.

This committee shall be made by decision of the cabinet and shall appoint its members to the cabinet itself. The cabinet will also determine the duration of the members and how the committee works.

This committee will consider the applications of all those who are eligible to receive a permanent residence card. The committee will decide according to its Working Procedures who is eligible to receive a permanent residence card and who is not.

The committee will present its recommendations to the Home Secretary. The Home Secretary will make a final decision on the applications after considering these recommendations.

This committee may contact relevant departments and bodies within and outside the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Permanent residence in Qatar: all you need to know!

First, there are some necessary conditions that must be met.

General conditions:

  • Proof of residence: legal residence permit of 20 years for those born abroad and 10 years for those born in Qatar.
  • Financial stability: it is important to prove sufficient income to cover the expenses of you and your family.
  • Clean records: you must not have a criminal record, whether inside or outside Qatar.
  • Basic understanding of Arabic: a basic understanding of Arabic is essential for living in Qatar.

Cases of immunity:

  • A foreign husband married to a Qatari woman
  • Qatari woman married to a foreign man
  • Children of a Qatari citizen
  • Serving for the state
  • People with special abilities that the state needs

Permanent resident card in Qatar:

In Qatar, the permanent moi residence card (Permanent Residence Card) is a document that provides several benefits to foreign nationals, for example

  • The right to enter and be expelled from Qatar without a visa
  • Right to live and work in Qatar
  • Access to education and health care in public schools and hospitals
  • Right to buy and do business with property in Qatar
  • Eligibility to apply for Qatari citizenship

Who can apply for this card?

To apply for this moi card in Qatar, you must meet the following criteria:

  • You must be 18 years of age or older.
  • You must have a valid passport and visa.
  • You should have lived in Qatar for at least two years in the last five years.
  • You must have a stable job or business in Qatar.
  • You must have a basic understanding of Arabic or English.
  • You must respect the laws and traditions of Qatar.

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Qatar Permanent Residency Card: A Step-by-Step Guide

While the benefits of a permanent residency card in Qatar are great, the application process can seem a bit technical. But worry not, I’m here to break it down into simple steps!

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Before You Begin:

  • Make sure you have a smart ID card with e-services activated. You’ll also need a smart card reader to connect your ID card to your computer during the application.

Let’s Get Started!

  1. Head to the Ministry of Interior website.
  2. Look for the “electronic services” section.
  3. Under “Residence Service”, choose “Permanent Residence Card”.
  4. You’ll see a new application window. Here, select the category that applies to you and click “Next”.
  5. If you’re applying for family members, a list will appear. Simply check the box next to each ID number and click “Next” again.
  6. You’ll receive a confirmation SMS that your application has been received. You’ll also get a payment receipt to print or save. This marks the end of the first stage.

Uploading Documents:

  1. Wait for another message prompting you to upload documents. These will be determined by the authorities.
  2. Access the website again and enter your ID number to upload the required documents.
  3. Once you’ve uploaded your documents, you’ll see another screen for uploading documents for any dependents included in your application.
  4. Congratulations! You’ve completed the second stage of submitting your application.

Tracking Your Application: You can monitor the status of your application by using the “follow-up” option on the website.