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Ban on Pakistani nationals visiting Bahrain


There have been reports circulating in the social media about a temporary ban being placed on Pakistani nationals visiting Bahrain.

According to informed sources, the immigration officials have seized 50 forged Pakistani passports, issued by the Pakistani Embassy in Bahrain, which has apparently led to the ban. But, this is yet to verified officially.

The message clearly states ‘No more visas to Pakistanis, no re-entry, and no renewals.
A senior official in a Bahraini company who spoke to the media agreed that it had faced an issue with the visa requests for Pakistanis at LMRA (Labour Market Regulatory Authority).

New visas have been put on hold, he said, but the embassy and LMRA are yet to comment on this.



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