TYPES OF VISAS FOR DUBAI:
The Dubai Naturalization & Residency Department (DNRD) issues different types of visas. For the convenience of our visitors, we assigned them here below.
people that wish to remain in UAE for a few days or those approaching business or family visits can apply for Visit Visa. This visa is valid for either 30 days (short term visit visa) or 90 days (long term visit visa) and both are non-renewable visas.
30-Days Short-Term Visit Visa:
This visa is entitled to people and is valid for 60 days from the difficulty date and non-renewable. This visa is valid for 30 days from the arrival date and non-renewable.
90-Days Long-Term Visit Visa:
This visa type is valid for 60 days from the difficulty date and non-renewable. This visa is valid for 90 days from the arrival date and non-renewable too.
• Passport copy of the sponsor
• Copy of employment agreement or salary certificate of sponsor
• Proof of kinship
• Travel insurance
• Copy of multinational card.
The tourist visa may be a special category under the visit visa type and entitles the holder to a 30-day stay. Sponsorship of hotels and tour operators who usher in visitors and clear passport copy of the sponsor and travel insurance is required for visa. If visa holder of the tourist visa stays for quite 30 days, that person has got to pay a fine per day plus some charges for an out pass.
Multiple-entry Visas are issued to business visitors who are frequent visitors to Dubai thanks to their ties with a multinational company or a reputable local company. Multiple-entry Visas are valid for 6 months from the date of issue and therefore the duration of every stay is 30 days. The visa is non-renewable. The individual must enter UAE on a Visit Visa then obtain a Multiple-entry Visa.
An employment visa is issued to visitors who have arranged employment before coming to Dubai. it’s valid for 30 days and it allows visitors to enter the country once. During these 30 days company should complete processing of your working papers and residency visa. Visit visa doesn’t allow you to figure. the corporate should still obtain an employment visa or have your working papers ready.