A visa is a travel document that allows a person to enter or leave the country from which it is issued. When visiting a foreign country, you always need a visa to ensure that you are entering the country legally. A visa application submitted in advance of arrival allows the country to consider the applicant's circumstances, such as financial protection, the reason for applying, and information about previous visits to the country.
You can apply for your UAE visa anytime between 58 to 3 days prior to your travel date.
Once accepted, visa applications require a minimum of 2 - 3 working days to process and may take longer. For visa change applications, the maximum time of the processing of the visa takes 24 working hours.
Generally, we require our customers to submit documents for two people: the passenger and the guarantor. From the passenger, we will need the passport copy and 2 x 2 photo with white background.
Yes, the visa fee for single entry and multiple-entry in UAE is different. Additionally, it also depends on the length of stay.
Yes, once you have a valid UAE visa, you can travel anywhere within the country. The UAE visa can be issued from either Abu Dhabi, Dubai or Sharjah.
No, the visa application fee is non-refundable in all cases, including if the visa application is rejected.
For a tourist visa, the passport should be valid for at least six months from the date of travel.
Yes. You can travel by road/border if you are holding a tourist visa.
Yes. All passengers, including children and infants, must have a visa to enter the UAE.
No. You must leave or exit UAE first before we can make a new application for you.
No. It will create a double application and we cannot get approval if you have a pending application from another company.
No. This expiration date that you see in the visa is its validity from the day it was issued until the day it can be used. The validity of the visa is usually 60 Days. So, if the date of issue of the visa is, for example, from July 6, you have until September 3 to use the visa to enter the UAE. If you use it on September 4, you will lose the right to enter the country and must again apply for a new visa. The first day of your stay will count from the day your passport gets the entry stamp, regardless if it is 30 days or 90 days.
A regular tourist visa is a single-entry, single-exit visa that is used for tourist/one-time holiday purposes. The multiple-entry Dubai visa is applicable for travellers who travel to Dubai on a regular basis for business, leisure, or to visit family or friends.
It is not possible to cancel your UAE visa application if you have submitted it and made the payment.
Uaevisagov.com does not accept amendments/changes or any other type of modifications to the submitted UAE visa application. Furthermore, UAE visa application fees are non-refundable.
The UAE visa is an electronic document received in the form of an E-Visa, which will be e-mailed to you once we receive it from the UAE Embassy. You only need to print it and show it at the UAE passport checks at the airport.
Dubai visa is valid and entitled for Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah.
Yes, UAE and specifically Dubai, is one of the safest destinations to travel during COVID-19. It is fully operational by adhering to the stringent safety and precautionary measures in place.
Yes, all of our visas include insurance cover.
Yes, COVID-19 PCR test is mandatory to ensure everyone's safety. Every traveller must possess COVID-19 negative PCR test report taken 72 hours prior to flying.
Yes, even if you have taken COVID-19 vaccine, most countries still require PCR test reports. We recommend you to stay up to date with recent travel regulations regarding testing and quarantine at your departure and arrival destinations.
Many countries have imposed detailed travel advisories and travel restrictions in ongoing COVID-19-related safety measures. While some countries have closed all Visa Application Centres, others are still open and accepting visa applications in certain categories. We advise you to check the visa-related information of your destination country before travelling.
Yes, in the ongoing global pandemic of COVID-19, the UAE government has made it essential to include COVID insurance with every UAE visa issued online. Our UAE visa costs are inclusive of COVID insurance.