The Ministry of Justice provides its services to the public through the mobile office in Villagio, in order to provide real estate registration and documentation services and rid the relevant transactions to the public without the need to visit the ministry or its external offices. This mobile office also allows visitors of Villaggio and shoppers to clear their transactions easily and save them time and effort. The appropriate place has also been identified to enable the audience at Aspire park to benefit from the office's services, especially in the evenings after the Taraweeh prayers, which witness the public's demand for these places.
On this occasion, Mr. Mubarak Al Hajri, director of the documentation department of the Ministry of Justice, explained that this step comes after the success of the previous experience of the ministry's mobile office in Qatar mall and Doha Festival City. This previous experience was the first of its kind where such a service was provided within the framework of bringing services closer to the public and came under the guidance of his excellency Mr. Masood bin Mohammed al Ameri, minister of justice.
Al Hajri explained that due to the success of the previous experience and in the context of interaction with the public, a questionnaire was submitted to the public through the digital platforms of the ministry to determine the next location of the mobile office.
Accordingly, the office has been equipped and launched from Sunday at gate 1 of the complex. The mobile office hours will be from 8:30 pm to 11:30 pm.
The mobile office has an integrated team comprising legal documentation and all office and technical requirements to terminate transactions and take signatures for citizens and reviewers as soon as they come to the car accompanied by the requirements of their transactions.
This service will continue at Villagio for one month, taking into account the circumstances and needs of the reviewers to complete transactions in a timely manner during the evening during the holy month. The new service represents a paradigm shift in the ministry's efforts to bring transactions closer to the public and facilitate their access and is available to all segments of society, primarily the elderly, people with special needs, and persons with disabilities trapped by certain circumstances such as illness, etc.
Source and cover image credit: Ministry of Justice
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