MoI Webinar for Indian Community on ‘Grace Period’ Monday

The Public Relations Department of the Ministry of Interior (MoI) will host a webinar on grace period procedures for members of the Indian community in Qatar at 7 p.m. on Monday.

The webinar via the Cisco Webex platform is organized in association with the Research and Monitoring and Unified Services departments, and in collaboration with the Indian Cultural Center (ICC) and the Indian Community Benevolent Forum (ICBF).
The objective is to explain the procedures of the “grace period” announced by the Ministry of Interior to correct the status of expatriates who stay in the country in violation of the provisions of Law No. 21/2015 which regulates the entry, exit and stay of expatriates.
The Webex meeting link for the webinar is: and the meeting number (access code) is 2407 692 3873 with password: 1234 .
During the webinar, an officer from the Department of Unified Services of the Directorate General of Passports will explain the details of the procedures for correcting the status of violators of Law No. 21/2015, under the employment of companies through various centers Services. of the MoI, such as Umm Salal, Al Rayyan, Mesaimeer, Al Wakra, Umm Senaim, Al Shamal, Al Khor, Al Daayen, The Pearl, Onaiza, Souq Waqif, Al Shahaniya and Dukhan.
An agent from the Tracing and Tracing Department located at Salwa Road will share details of the services provided to offenders during the grace period through the Department’s main reception.
All grace period related services are offered by the Research and Monitoring Department and MoI Service Centers from 1pm to 6pm, Sunday to Thursday.
The Home Office has extended the grace period, originally announced from October 10 to December 31, 2021, to March 31, 2022, in consideration of the interests of business owners and expatriate workers, to benefit from the 50% reduction the amount of the breach settlement.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has provided all facilities for offenders to correct their legal status while inside the country, moving from one employer to another or leaving the country for their own sake, exempting them from the consequences of legal liability.
The webinar in Arabic with English translation is open to everyone.
New users of the Cisco WebEx meeting app are advised to download the app in advance to avoid any inconvenience by joining the webinar on time.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has urged members of the Indian community to attend this webinar to help raise awareness among the targeted audience about the grace period and benefit from it before it expires.

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