Qatar government reminds people to register their address before July 26

More than one million people have already done it

Qatar government reminds people to register their address before July 26

Qatar's Ministry of Interior has reminded people who live in the country to register their address before July 26.

The registration is compulsory and will be needed for people to carry out various transactions.

More than one million people have registered since it started on January 27.

A Tweet from the Ministry said: “The National Address will be one of the information required to complete (other) transactions. Register your national address to ensure the completion of your transactions in a proper time.”

There is a fine of QAR10,000 for giving false information or for failing to register.

You can register through the Metrash2 portal, MoI e-services or at MOI centres.

The information needed is the address of your residence, landline and mobile number, email address and work address (for those who work in government or private sector).

The information will be used by the Ministry of Municipality and Environment; the Ministry of Justice; the Supreme Judiciary Council and Planning and Statistics Authority.

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