NPRA all set to receive F1 visitors

The Nationality, Passports and Residence Affairs (NPRA) said on Monday it was ready to receive visitors to the 2014 Formula One Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.

Assistant Undersecretary of Exits, Search and Follow-up Brigadier Yousif bin Ahmed Al Ghatem said that passport personnel at official exits of Bahrain were ready to receive visitors to the international event. He said that more staff had been assigned by way of additional shifts at the Bahrain International Airport and King Fahad Causeway to meet an expected rise in the number of visitors. A technical support team has also been assigned at all exits to tackle any problem in the e-system.

He said the steps were meant to process papers quickly and be prepared for the large number of visitors.

The NPRA offers special visas for F1 visitors from 46 countries. These can be used for entry from March 23 to April 6 and are valid for two weeks from the date of arrival. They are also considered multiple-entry visas.

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