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To apply for a visa, you often asked to pay a mount of money called visa fees. The type of visa for which you apply determines the fee amount. Depending on your citizenship and the type of visa you are applying for, you may also have to pay a visa issuance. Your visa application fee is non-refundable and you cannot transfer it to another person. You will receive a receipt after paying the application fee.

If you do not schedule an interview within a year of payment then your receipt will expire, you will not be able to schedule an interview, and you must pay the fee again and begin the process anew.

GCC Resident Visit Visa
QR100/visa
  • Paid through credit card
  • QR50 for each companion
  • A penalty of QR200 per day
  • Applies to each expired visa
Tourist Visa
QR100/visa
  • Paid through credit card
  • QR50 for each companion
  • A penalty of QR200 per day
  • Applies to each expired visa
Visit Visa
QR200/visa
  • Paid through credit card
  • QR50 for each companion
  • 1 Month Validity
  • QR200/month for extending
Visa-on-arrival for GCC Residents
QR100/visa
  • Paid through credit card
  • A penalty of QR200 per day
  • Applies to each expired visa
Exit Visa
QR10-500/month
  • QR10 for single exit permit
  • QR500 for multiple exit permit
  • 1 Year Validity
Return Visa
QR200-500/visa
  • Depending on employer types
Visas for Family Visits
QR200/visa
  • QR50 for each companion
  • 1 Month Validity
  • QR 200/month for extending
Newborn Visa
Free