How to Apply for a Personal License of Small Printing House in Qatar

WorldQatarHow to Apply for a Personal License of Small Printing House in Qatar
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How to Apply for a Personal License of Small Printing House in Qatar. This service allows Qatari individuals to submit a request to obtain a small printing house’s license, via the E-Services portal of the Ministry of Culture (MOC), which includes printing advertisements, posters, informational flyers, calendars, diaries, business cards, wedding cards and smart cards, and printing correspondence papers and commercial stationery. 

License Duration: one year

Instructions

  • Click on “Publications and Artistic Works Services” under E-Services portal available on MOC website.
  • Click on “License Request to Operate Small Printer” from the list of services.  
  • Login by using your personal account on the National Authentication System (NAS, Tawtheeq). 
  • Attach the following documents:
    • A QID copy of license owner
    • A QID copy of responsible manager
    • A certificate of trade name preservation (in case of new request)
    • A certificate of proof of authorization to sign, in case of entering as a delegate or authorized to sign (optional)
    • A copy of the commercial registration (in case of renew or re-issue request)
    • A copy of the municipality’s license (in case of renew or re-issue request)
    • A copy of the establishment card (in case of renew or re-issue request)
    • A copy of the lease contract (in case of renew or re-issue request)
  • Submit the application.

Fees

  • License Issuance: QR10,000 
  • License Renewal: QR5,000 
  • Re-issue Request: QR10,000 
  • Edit License Data: QR100
  • License Transfer Ownership: QR100

Additional Information

  • Among the terms for applying for this service are as follows:
    • The application is available for individuals who must be Qataris.
    • Submission is available for personal entities or through an authorized signatory.
    • The age of license applicant must be over 21 years old.
  • For more information and details, you can view the service user manual
  • This service is also available on the Ministry’s mobile app.
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