Before the start of the 2022 World Cup, Qatar suspends entry to visitors from November 1 Before the start of the 2022 World Cup, Qatar suspends entry to visitors from November 1

Before the start of the 2022 World Cup, Qatar suspends entry to visitors from November 1

Before the start of the 2022 World Cup, Qatar suspends entry to visitors from November 1  The Qatari Ministry of Interior announced the suspension of entry of all visitors to the country's ports, starting from the first of next November, and that visitor visas will be resumed as of December 23, with the exception of some groups from this decision.  The ministry held a press conference today to talk about the entry and exit controls to and from the State of Qatar during the Qatar 2022 World Cup through the country's air, land and sea ports.  Haya card holders will be allowed to enter the State of Qatar during that period and stay in the country until January 23, 2023, as part of steps aimed at controlling entry into the country during the tournament, which is expected to witness the attendance of nearly 1.2 million fans, according to official figures.  Excluded categories The ministry added that there are 3 categories excluded from the suspension decision, the first of which are "citizens, residents and Gulf nationals who are holders of Qatari identity cards", the second category "holders of personal recruitment visas and work attributes" and the third "humanitarian cases" through the airport based on the approvals issued by the official application platform.  The Ministry called on all individuals to abide by the laws and decisions issued in this regard, and not to violate them, in order to ensure the success of the country's efforts in organizing the FIFA World Cup.  Qatar will host the first World Cup in the Middle East from November 20 to December 18. The International Football Association (FIFA) announced the sale of two million and 450 thousand tickets to attend the matches of the 2022 World Cup.  The list of the most receiving World Cup tickets is issued by fans from Qatar, the United States, England, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, the Emirates, France, Argentina, Brazil and Germany, to attend the matches of the tournament, which brings together fans of the region and football lovers from all over the world, in close stadiums and world-class infrastructure.

The Qatari Ministry of Interior announced the suspension of entry of all visitors to the country's ports, starting from the first of next November, and that visitor visas will be resumed as of December 23, with the exception of some groups from this decision.

The ministry held a press conference today to talk about the entry and exit controls to and from the State of Qatar during the Qatar 2022 World Cup through the country's air, land and sea ports.

Haya card holders will be allowed to enter the State of Qatar during that period and stay in the country until January 23, 2023, as part of steps aimed at controlling entry into the country during the tournament, which is expected to witness the attendance of nearly 1.2 million fans, according to official figures.

Excluded categories
The ministry added that there are 3 categories excluded from the suspension decision, the first of which are "citizens, residents and Gulf nationals who are holders of Qatari identity cards", the second category "holders of personal recruitment visas and work attributes" and the third "humanitarian cases" through the airport based on the approvals issued by the official application platform.

The Ministry called on all individuals to abide by the laws and decisions issued in this regard, and not to violate them, in order to ensure the success of the country's efforts in organizing the FIFA World Cup.

Qatar will host the first World Cup in the Middle East from November 20 to December 18. The International Football Association (FIFA) announced the sale of two million and 450 thousand tickets to attend the matches of the 2022 World Cup.

The list of the most receiving World Cup tickets is issued by fans from Qatar, the United States, England, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, the Emirates, France, Argentina, Brazil and Germany, to attend the matches of the tournament, which brings together fans of the region and football lovers from all over the world, in close stadiums and world-class infrastructure.

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