The government of Bahrain will digitize the issuance of residence permits with the stated goal to simplify travel procedures
The government of Bahrain will allow eligible individuals to obtain a digital residence permit instead of a physical residence permit sticker. The electronic residence permit will contain a QR code that, once scanned, will provide information on the individual's stay and permissions.
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What are the Changes?
The government of Bahrain will begin to issue digital residence permits to eligible individuals. Previously, holders of a Bahraini residence permit were required to obtain a residence permit sticker that was stamped into their passport. The government stated that this change would help to simplify immigration requirements in the country.
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