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Americans in Qatar

Americans in Qatar
Total population
8,000 (2010)
Regions with significant populations
English (American English) · Arabic
Protestantism · Roman Catholicism · Islam
Related ethnic groups

Americans in Qatar are a large expatriate community who numbered around 3,800 in the year 1999.[1] In recent years, this figure has more than doubled and various estimates now put the number of Americans in Qatar to be up to 8,000.[2] Most Americans within the country tend to be based in the capital city of Doha and are largely attracted by the tax-free inducement of the gulf state. American expatriates run a number of community organisations, meetups and get-togethers. There are also many American schools throughout Qatar, often consisting of U.S. teachers and students.

See also


  1. ^ Private American Citizens Residing Abroad, Bureau of Consular Affairs, 1999, retrieved 2010-09-22 
  2. ^ Qatar: U.S. Department of State

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