Oman to open visas for Bangladeshi nationals

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Oman to open visas for Bangladeshi nationals in 12 categories

Muscat:  The government of Oman will open visas for citizens of Bangladesh in 12 categories including family visas, local media reported citing Chairman of Bangladesh Social Club Oman Sirajul Haque.

The arrivals of Bangladeshi nationals in Oman stood at 28,201, decreased by more than 50% since October 31, 2023, after Oman banned the issuance of visas for them across all categories.

The 12 categories in which Bangladeshi citizens can apply include family visas, visit visas for Bangladeshi citizens living in GCC countries, teachers’ visas, engineers’ visas, accountants’ visas, nurses’ visas doctor’s visas, investor visas, as well as all types of official visas.

The Royal Oman Police (ROP)’ in a recent statement said: “The ROP, within its review of the policies for obtaining some types of visas, announces the suspension of the conversion of all types of tourist and visit visas to work visas for all nationalities coming to the Sultanate of Oman, as well as the issuance of all types of new visas for Bangladeshi citizens, effective Tuesday (October 31, 2023) till further notice.”

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