Secured online ETA application service for your Tourism, Business, Individual and Family trips to Qatar.
evisas.online provides concierge services and expedited processing for travel visa applications since 2014.
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Government of Qatar has implemented the Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) from September 27th, 2017.The information entered will be sent electronically to the Qatar Department of Immigration and we will send your Qatar ETA online via email.
We provide a Quick, Easy and Secure process to obtaining your Qatar e-Visa with concierge services. Our advisers check your Qatar Application before submission on multiple occasions to ensure no error has been committed for authorization.
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Foreign nationals from the following countries with a valid passport are eligible to apply online for an Qatar e-visa:
We do more than just process your VISA application with efficiency and accuracy. An eVisa travel concierge will manage the entire process from start to finish, providing the expertise necessary to ensure your request is approved as quickly as possible.
We provide three levels of concierge service and delivery time frames for you to choose from based upon your travel needs. Each level provides you the service level response you need for your trip schedule. Choose the level based upon the delivery time frames needed.
Complete application online in less than 5 minutes. Our expert advisers check your visa application before submission to ensure 100% accuracy. Your credit card info will never be exposed to any government websites and is encrypted at submission.
Our travel visa application service is simple to use, hassle free with a focus on accuracy at submitter. Our expert advisers check your visa application before submission to ensure 100% accuracy. If we see an error or have a question, our follow-up team will contact you 24/7 via email throughout the application process.
eVisa provides 3 levels of processing: Premier, Elite, and World Concierge and our processing service includes weekends & national holidays to suit your travel needs.
Yes, you need a new visa each time you enter Qatar.
Currently, there is not a separate line or section for visa-free entry authorization. You may stand in any queue for non-GCC citizens.
Qatar requires all visitors to have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival. If your passport is valid for less than 6 months, you will need to renew it before you can apply for a visa.
Our team will email the e-Visa confirmation. You can always use our 24×7 email support if you have any queries.
No. Visa waivers are non-transferable and intended for short-term visitors to Qatar only.
Yes, you can reapply if your visa application is rejected.
Visitors possessing a 30-day visa waiver can request a 30-day visit extension from the Ministry of Interior (MoI) Immigration Office at Hamad International Airport (HIA). You will not need to present yourself in person, but Immigration staff will require your original passport, copies of your confirmed onward tickets, and payment of QAR 100 (approximately $27) to obtain a 30-day visit extension.
If you remain in Qatar longer that the granted period of stay on the waiver or an obtained extension, you will be charged 200 QAR (approximately $54) per day, for each day overstayed.
No, if you have a tourist visa you cannot gain employment in the country of Qatar.
You can stay for a maximum period of one month but it can be extended to 3 months if needed.
The only entry requirements for nationals of the 80 countries entitled to visa-free entry are a valid passport (valid for a minimum of 6 months) and a confirmed onward or return travel ticket. You also will be asked to provide a valid address for your place of stay in Qatar (i.e., the address of your hotel, as shown on your booking; or the physical address of a friend or family member with whom you intend to stay). You are not required to produce evidence of adequate funding.
Only nationals holding passports of the 80 eligible countries are eligible for the visa waiver.
Unfortunately, the Qatar Immigration authorities do not give reasons for rejecting visa applications, so we cannot provide specific reasons why your application was unsuccessful.
In such circumstances, your airline has the complete right to disapprove your boarding. To resolve this issue at the earliest, do not delay getting in touch with our Qatar Visa Experts.
Only Indian nationals holding a valid Indian passport (valid for a minimum of 6 months from the date of application) are eligible for the visa waiver upon arrival. OCI persons who are not nationals of any other eligible country for the visa waiver on arrival and can apply for a Qatar Tourist Visa.
We do offer refunds, the Terms and Conditions which are made available on this website explain in detail the refund policy. Please check the details in full by clicking the following link https://www.evisas.online/refund-policy/
At the current time, Taiwanese, Republic of China passport holders and Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) passport holders are not eligible for the visa waiver.
Your airline mandates you to update OTB message in the PNR primarily to confirm the legitimacy of your Qatar Visa as well as other relevant travel documents, thereby eliminating the chances of travelers making entry to the country with a forged visa and subsequently getting deported by the Qatar immigration.
No. Visit visas and visa-free entry waivers are non-transferable. If you are in this situation and would like to enter on a different visa type or on a visa waiver, you will need to leave Qatar and re-enter on the new visa type/visa waiver.
We provide assistance with an aim to reduce your time spent and minimise difficulties experienced with online and offline Visa application processes, which will be in turn verified by our advisory team to avoid any decline of approval.