April 24 – As per a joint agreement concluded between Qatar and the Sultanate of Oman, a common tourist visa is granted to 33 nationalities, as stipulated. The holder of this visa is entitled to stay in one of these countries for the specified visa duration, on condition that he/she should not leave these two countries. If he/she leaves, new visa will be required to enter. This visa is granted for (30) days and extendable for a similar period. Fee for extension is QR100, the details provided by Qatar’s Ministry of Interior said.
Terms and Conditions:
The nationality of the applicant must be from the 33 states stipulated by agreement.
A valid passport for at least six months must be presented.
The visa duration is one month and can be extended for a similar period.
Fees required QR100 by credit card.
Extension fees (QR100) by credit card.
Fine resulting from the violation of the allowed period will be (QR200) for each day.
As per the details available on the ROP website, the visa shall be considered as cancelled in case the tourist enters another country (third party) prior to his arrival to the Sultanate. In this case he has to obtain a new tourist visa from the Sultanate’s embassies or at his arrival at the Sultanate’s airports with a fee of RO10 , in case he intends to enter Qatar on condition that he doesn’t enter another country (third party) prior to his arrival to the State of Qatar. Procedures for obtaining the visa:
Filling the designated form and stamping it from the concerned authorities at the State of Qatar.
Validity of the Visa: One month from the date of issuance.
Extension period: Valid for extension for one week only, and can be extended from the other country.
The countries benefiting from this type of visa are:
Portugal, Spain, France, Switzerland, Italy, Britain , Sweden, Greece, Austria , Ireland , Finland, Germany , Iceland, Belgium , Norway, The Netherlands , Denmark, South Korea ,Japan, Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Hong kong, Luxembourg, Vatican, Monaco, Andorra, San Marino.