My employer has recently applied for a Bahrain work visa twice, but official website of Bahrain shows "Visa Expired". Has anyone had a similar experience and does anyone know the reason why the visa expired? It would be helpful if anyone can guide me on this.
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Hi Ali Raza,
I hope that someone on the forum may be able to speak of a similar experience. Where are you and your employer from? Given the public emergency of coronavirus many countries have denied recently issued visas and this could possibly be the reason. As the situation is constantly changing, keep an eye on official government websites and for more direct information you could contact your respective embassy. You could find our list of embassy contacts for Bahrain here. For more information on visas, check out our page on visas for Bahrain.
All the best