In the year 1984, few prominent Indian businessmen and Indian Community Leaders living in Qatar have come together and undertaken the noble task of helping succor and solace to the underprivileged Indians, Thus Indian Community Benevolent Forum was formed with Late Mulchand Assandas Kanjani as the founder President under the aegis of Indian Embassy -Qatar.
In the year 1984, few prominent Indian businessmen and Indian community leaders living in Qatar have come together and undertaken the noble task of finding succor and solace to the underprivileged Indians in distress due to any unforeseen circumstances in Qatar.
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ICBF: an organization under the patronage of the Embassy of India, Qatar, undertakes the task of providing succor & solace to the underprivileged Indians in Qatar.
Indian Community Benevolent Forum (ICBF) is a unique organization under the aegis of the Embassy of India, Doha, Qatar has undertaken the noble task of providing succor and solace to the needy and underprivileged brethren in distress at Qatar by way of providing Financial, Medical, and various other assistance.
Indian Comunity- (100%)
Fresh Passport for New Born
Passport Renewal for Child
Passport Renewal for Adult
Walk-in customers will not be entertained
Note: As per Government guidelines, the Green Code of ‘Etheraz App‘ and
Social Distancing protocols to be followed while entering the premises
Ramadan Office Timing : 9 AM to 1 PM – 7 AM to 9 PM
Consular Service timing (Submission) – 9 AM to 8 PM
Passport collection time: 2 PM to 5 PM
organization under the patronage of Embassy of India, Qatar, undertakes task of providing succor & solace to the under privileged Indians at Qatar.
Integrated Indian Community Center Building (IICC)
29, Ibn Al Mustawfi Street,
(Behind Thumama Teyseer Petrol Station)
Nauaija, Doha – Qatar.
09.00 am - 01.00 pm
07.00 am - 09.00 pm
Saturday - Thursday:
09.00 am - 09.00 pm