Are you moving to Qatar for employment? If so, you need to ensure you follow the necessary guidelines when getting a work permit. You’ll need a local sponsorship before you could be permitted to work in the country. Usually the employers will support you. What’s more, they are also the ones who will process the needed documents and send the application to get the necessary permits for you.
On arrival in Qatar, newcomers are needed by law to get their medical examination. The purpose of this is to safeguard the health of the public and stop the spread of dangerous diseases from newcomers.
Every newcomer wanting to live and work in Qatar are obliged by law to undertake a health screening after landing in the nation to get a Work Resident Permit (RP). Job hunters from Nepal, Indonesia, Indian, Ethiopia, Egypt, Philippines, and Sri Lanka among others are further needed to finish another medical check-up at home by one of the certified clinics abroad before coming to the country.
Now, for you to earn a Qatar visa, you must undertake the following medical examinations first:
Once you arrive in the county, you will be expected to perform a health test. Apart from that, you will also be obliged to have a medical checkup before you arrive back to your country. The medical results from your exam will be accessible 24 hours after your medical exam.
If you are applying for a residency permit will be obliged to undertake medical check-up that covers chest x-ray and blood test. Test for tuberculosis and TB will be needed. The Public Relation Officer of your company will arrange the doctor’s appointment for you and inform you of the requirements for the procedure.
On the other hand, the Medical Commission is the organization accountable for all the medical examination of the workers, which costs at least QR100.
Results are typically released within three business days. When the medical results indicate that you are not fit to work, your application would be considered null and void, and you will be likely to be requested to go back to your country.
Yes. You will need a blood exam for Qatar Visa Medical to clear out the possibility of HIV and other related illnesses.
Yes, you also need to undertake a chest x-ray as a part of your medical evaluation.
Kindly bring your Qatar passport with you as well as a passport-sized picture. Bringing this will enable us to confirm your identity and offer the relevant details to the embassy.
For more information on getting a working visa in Qatar and further information undergoing the needed medical exams, feel free to get in touch with our friendly medical team at a suitable time. You may also call us on 020 70968853 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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