Kuwait Embassy Visa Stamping Started
Kuwait is one of the most popular places to work on the globe. This Middle Eastern country attracts a large number of foreign workers, who make up 70% of the population. A large number of Indians travel to Kuwait to work. To work in Kuwait, Indian people must first obtain a Kuwait work visa or permit and for same Kuwait embassy visa stamping has started.
And, we are delighted to inform you that after a long gap, the Kuwait Embassy Visa Stamping has resumed for Employment visas for Indian passport holders. Once your employer sends you the work visa/permit, along with the NOC you must complete several formalities such as a PCC, medical examination, visa stamping, and emigration clearance before you can leave.
The following are the required documents:
For a Kuwait Visa Stamping process, the following tests, as well as a comprehensive medical check, should be performed:
- Filariasis caused by hepatitis B and C
- Women’s pregnancy test
- TBQ/X-ray of the chest (optional)
The Kuwait Embassy-approved medical centers in India from which the above-mentioned medical tests must be completed are located in the following cities:
- New Delhi
Once the above documents are submitted, its taking 4-5 working days for the visa stamping. Manav Attestation Services is well equipped to give all services regarding Kuwait Embassy stamping and also attestation of documents. We have offices in all major Indian cities and can give pick and drop service anywhere in India.
Once the essential documents are submitted, the visa stamping takes 4-5 working days. Kuwait visa stamping is necessary for individuals with work or family visas at the Kuwait Embassy in Delhi. Manav Attestation Services is highly equipped to provide all Kuwait Embassy stamping and attestation services. Document attestation is also available. We have offices in all major Indian cities and can give pick and drop service anywhere in the country.
- Before sending your medical certificate for stamping, make a copy of it.
- Before you depart, double-check that your passport has ECNR status.