In preparation for Eid Al Fitr, Qatar’s Ministry of Interior (MoI) will dedicate a lane to pre-registered vehicles crossing the Abu Samra border.
The announcement also comes just as officials announced the expansion of the Hayya platform for visa services into the country.
Citizen and resident registration through Metrash2 is optional, according to a tweet sent yesterday by the Ministry of Interior. The pre-registration for Abu Samra border saves time and prevents queues.
“Qatari citizens and residents can take advantage of Pre-Registration Service for Abu Samra Border Crossing in #Metrash2 to complete departure and arrival procedures at Abu Samra border through a fast lane exclusive for pre-registered vehicles,” the tweet read.
“Pre-Registration Service for Abu Samra Border Crossing in Metrash2 is an optional service that allows citizens and residents to complete departure and arrival procedures at Abu Samra border through a dedicated fast lane, while other lanes will serve as usual,” it added.
How To Do Pre-Registration For Abu Samra Border
To take advantage of this service, follow these steps:
- Login to Metrash 2 app
- Select ‘Travel Services’
- Select ‘Pre-Registration for Abu Samra Border Crossing’
- Enter the required data (vehicle, driver, passengers)
- Confirm the request
- Receive confirmation SMS
- Head to the pre-registration line at the border
Meanwhile, visitors can pre-register and benefit from the same service via the Hayya platform on the website or application.
Users have to prepare and fill in the required data and receive a confirmation that the pre-registration process has been completed before proceeding to the designated lane at the Abu Samra border.
This service is optional and free of charge, and the regular border crossing, which includes 24 passport offices and thirty-six checkpoints, will continue to operate as usual.
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