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Qatari flag Embassy of Qatar in Manila

Address2 Flr. One World Square Bldg.
#10 Upper Mckinley Rd.
Mckinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio
Taguig City, Manila
Phonelocal: (02) 856.6666
international: +63.2.856.6666
Faxlocal: (02) 856.7793
international: +63.2.856.7793

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Wed, 17 Oct 2012 09:51 EDT
where can i authenticate my visa and sis got my visa in qatar
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 12:41 EDT
visa stamping
magtatanong lang po ako, pinaprocess ko po yung visit visa ng asawa ko at na approbahan naman, pwede makuha ko sa online ang visit visa ng asawa ko, kailangan pa po ba cya mgpunta ng qatar embassy sa taguig para sa visa stamping, andito po ako ngayon sa doha ako po ang nglakad ng visit visa nya... maraming salamat
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 12:27 EDT
visa stamping
i processed my wife visit visa here in doha, luckily it was approve thru online, is she required to go qatar embassy in taguig for visa stamping?

maraming salamat!
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 02:17 EDT
visiting visa
Good day po..mag tanong lng ako kung sino ang nakakaalam kung ano ang requirements s pag pa-parocess ng visiting visa papaunta s qatar salamat
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 01:28 EDT
san marcelino medical clinic
nagpamedical po ako sa san marcelino medical clinic,refer po ng agency ko for processing ng visa ko papuntang qatar,pero nabasa ko po sa lists ng clinics nyo n wla ung san marcelino sa accredited clinics nyo.marami po kmi ngpamedical dun.mahohonor po kaya un??pls reply po
Mon, 15 Oct 2012 10:27 EDT
Med Clinics
Here are the list of clinics that are accredited by DOH, POEA and Qatar Embassy in Manila. Please verify first before proceeding...

1. American Hospital, Intramuros, Manila
2. Angelina Apostol-Punzalan Medical Clinic, EDSA, Makati
3. Angelus Medical Clinic Inc, Legaspi Vill, Makati
4. Arguelles Medical Center, Malate, Manila
5. Christian E. Cangco Medical Clinic, Pasong Tamo, Makati
6. International Diagnostic Center, Malate, Manila
7. L-R Medical & X-Ray Clinic, Makati
8. Mabini Medical Clinic, Malate, Manila
9. Philippine Medical Tests System, Quezon Ave, Quezon City
10. Physician's Diagnostic Services Center, Ermita, Manila
11. Ruben C. Bartolome MD Clinic, Malate, Manila
12. S.M. Lazo Medical Clinic, Malate, Manila
13. St. Martin Polyclinic Inc, Malate, Manila
14. St. Patrick's Health Care system, Shaw Blvd. Mandaluyong
15, St. Peter-Paul Medical Clinic, Ermita, Manila
16. St. Vincent X Ray Center & Laboratory Inc, Makati
17. Our Lady of Fatima Medical Clinic, Sampaloc, Manila
18. Medisense Lab Center, Bacolog Negros Occ.
Mon, 15 Oct 2012 05:31 EDT
Let me just share my experience on applying for visa stamping. I applied for business visa in Qatar and took me about 2 weeks and QR2800 to get my visa notice. With the visa notice, along with the invitation letter from a company in Qatar sponsoring me, I headed to Mckinley Hills where the embassy is located (address above). I arrived at 6AM, knowing office hours start at 9:00AM, I was overwhelmed with the number of applicants, considering it was a Tuesday. I asked the guard and he said I must enlist in the Log-in form. It turned out 6 AM was already late. I was numbered 69! He advised me that I had a bleak chance of getting inside because the earliest registrant arrived at 2AM..but then still tried my luck since I came from the province. We all waited outside in a small clearing until 9 AM exchanging information and experiences. I found out DHL was a former contractor of the embassy in visa and stamping applications, too bad the new ambassador didn’t renew the contract, for it was surely much more convenient especially for those living in far provinces like Mindanao. I said this because YOU must come in person to apply. They have accredited travel and manpower agencies, but then again, nobody can assure one’s legitimacy unless you are applying for a work visa under them. Now 9:00 AM struck and suddenly these hordes of agents known as liaison officers assembled in the middle, out of nowhere. Yes, office hours for visa applications and stamping were from 9:00 AM until 10:30 AM only, and yes, those hordes of liaisons were the first to go in! Goodbye to me getting inside, I surrendered. Although agencies were only allotted time from 9-9:30 only, all of them, around 40 or so, got in...making start of accepting direct applicants at a little before 10, meaning only a handful of entrants will be allowed until 10:30, because they don’t care who gets cut-off at the strike of that time. They lined us up according to log-in numbers, and took in a batch of 15. It took them only two batches to cut us off. So fast forward, those who got stranded gets to be prioritized (as they term it) the following day. I was now number 16, surely I hoped I make it this time. I consider myself lucky because the one ahead of me said that was her FOURTH day coming there! The first two days she was cut-off, the third day she made it inside, only to find out her required 2x2 pictures were shot too close. So here she is on her fourth, hoping not to become a resident of the area already. We made it inside; having only to line up again for it was a small room. Please advise that they are strict with the requirements...and in case of my business visa, THE VISA NOTICE printout, THE LETTER OF INVITATION printout (mine was e-mailed), 2 pieces of 2x2 PICTURES, WHITE BACKGROUND, FACE TAKEN NOT TOO CLOSE, ORIGINAL PASSPORT VALID AT LEAST 6 MONTHS BEFORE TRAVEL, AND A PAYMENT OF PHP 2100, EXACT AMOUNT, NO QUESTIONS ASKED (I wondered why? maybe to speed up the process). Now, after I was through with my submission. The Filipina examiners (Yes, they’re all Filipinas) made me sign another log-in form and instructed me to return in four days for the release. Yikes! You know they want to see you again…but then again getting over the queueing just makes you feel relieved. In releasing, you go to the same counter after four days carrying with you a valid ID which you’ll show for them to locate your passport. At last, after three days, four delayed meals, about hundreds of kilometers to and fro, You have a visa-stamped passport! With this procedure, maybe one of you could start a petition that a service like those of DHL could be considered back, I’m sure everyone would be happy with that. Or at least make it an Appointment-Type system either online or by phone (like those of US Embassy and DFA), so that precious time, money, and efforts don’t go to waste. Let agencies be the ones left to go there directly, besides, it’s their job, right? What d’yall say? Feel free to comment, and Have a wonderful time in Qatar! God bless us all.
fairoudzah kiram
Sun, 14 Oct 2012 09:08 EDT
please we are seeking for your help my younger sister NORHATA TALUSOB was working in Qatar and she was abuse by his employer, the last time she called she was in the hospital because of the wounds brought by his employer the last information we heard about her was she was in the Qatar foundation now and we don't have any communication until now..we are begging to please help her for he can go back here in the Philippines..please
Sun, 14 Oct 2012 08:48 EDT
police certificate
i would like to inquire,what are the requirements of police certificate ?
Joseph H. Francia
Sun, 14 Oct 2012 00:20 EDT
Good day po ask ko lng po regarding po sa pag balik ko sa Qatar nagpacancelled po ako last february this 2012 then ngayn po babalik kukunin din po ako uli ng dati kong Company ang concern ko lng po kung wla po bang maging problema sa pag Entrance ko po uli sa Qatar at anu po b? yng requirements hnd na po b? ako uli kukuha ng Qatar Certification k yn lng po Salamat po

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