How to stamp visa protector in Pakistan?

In order to get a work visa for another country, you need to stamp visa protector in Pakistan by paying a certain fee and submitting the required documents as explained below;

What is visa protector?

You are legally required to stamp a visa protector from the Protectorate of Emigrants (PE) before traveling abroad on a work visa. A Pakistani cannot travel without this stamp to a foreign country on a work visa.

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Required Documents for Visa Protector

First of all, you need to arrange the following documents to stamp visa protector in Pakistan;

  1. A filled Registration Form.
  2. Work Visa Document.
  3. Valid Passport.
  4. Valid CNIC.
  5. Valid CNIC of next of kin (wife, mother, father, etc).
  6. Employment contract/Offer letter accepted by the applicant.
  7. Bank Challan for Visa protector fee.
  8. Life Insurance document.
  9. NOC in the case of government servants.
  10. Police Character Verification Certificate.
  11. Medical Fitness Reports such as GAMCA medical report for a Saudi visa.
  12. Passport Sized Photo.
  13. Get one copy of each of these documents.

Protector fees in Pakistan

You will be required to pay many types of fees to stamp visa protectors in Pakistan;

  • Welfare Fund (OPF) fee: Rs. 2,000.
  • Life Insurance Premium: Rs. 2,500.
  • Registration Fee: Rs. 2,500.
  • OEC Fee: Rs. 200.
  • Total visa protector fee in Pakistan: Rs. 7,200.

Stamp visa protector in Pakistan

1- Visit your local protectorate office early in the morning with all the required documents.

2- Submit the CNIC and Passport for document verification.

3- On the next window, submit all the documents to the designated windows.

4- Wait for a few hours until your passport is stamped.

After the visa protector stamp in Pakistan, you are allowed to travel abroad on a work visa.

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.