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MoI in deal to provide Residency Procedures in eight countries

MoI in deal to provide Residency Procedures in eight countries

Qatar-bound workers from eight countries stand to benefit significantly as the Ministry of Interior (MoI) has signed a deal with a Singapore-based company to carry out services ...

Australian government vows to pursue citizenship crackdown

Australian government vows to pursue citizenship crackdown

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull proposed the tougher rules in April, adding stringent English-language tests and a quadrupling of the residency requirement for citizenship applicants from one to four years.

Expats hail new residency plan

Expats hail new residency plan

Residents from different nationalities and walks of life have welcomed Qatar’s plans to allow some expatriates to obtain permanent residency in the country

Ministry completes work on new job contracts system

Ministry completes work on new job contracts system

The drafting of the executive regulations of the new law pertaining to the entry, exit and residency of expatriates in Qatar has been completed , according to local Arabic daily Al Sharq.

New entry, exit law will come into effect in mid-December

New entry, exit law will come into effect in mid-December

The new law regulating the entry, exit and residency of expatriates in Qatar will come into effect in mid-December, a Ministry of Interior (MoI) official has said.

New residency law to take effect in October

New residency law to take effect in October

The new law that regulates the entry, exit and residency of expatriates in Qatar is set to come into force in October, local Arabic daily Arrayah reported.