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Details about visa for Dubai

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The Union of Seven United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a charismatic nation on the Arabian Peninsula’s eastern side. The UAE is the new center of shopping, entertainment, and classic architectural buildings washed with a suave glimmer of urban life. The UAE is renowned worldwide for housing the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa. A ride to the observation deck provides a stunning view of the skyline of Dubai. From the Ferrari World’s exciting rides, the Sheik Zayed Mosque veiled in the magical aura, the one-of-a-kind Palm Jumeriah Islands, the winding roads of Jabel Hafeet with spectacular panoramic views of the desert, to the art exhibits of the Sharjah Arts Museum.

The most luxurious hotel in the world burj al arab on the jumeirah beach

What’s the UAE Evisa?

It is an official document that allows you to fly to and from the United Arab Emirates and is electronically connected to your passport.

How long is the UAE Tourist Visa valid?

This Tourist Visa is valid for 60 days after it has been released. This means that you must

join the UAE during this timeframe. Besides, it is a single-entry visa, which requires a maximum stay of 30 days in total.

How do I know if I am qualified to apply to a UAE VISA?

The first thing you need to do is verify your eligibility. There are 44 countries whose citizens can access the UAE for a defined duration of 30 to 180 days without a visa and 22 nationalities who can apply for an online visa.

What are the requirements to apply for a UAE visa?

The list of basic specifications shall be as follows:

  1. Scanning Passport
  2. Personal Information
  3. Last Passport page (if applicable)
  4. Image of the claimant

Remember that the passport is one of the essential criteria.

All applicants must have a valid passport valid for a further six months from the UAE’s arrival date. This means that if your passport expires earlier than that, you need to get it extended to apply for a visa. Otherwise, your application will be denied.

Do I need a UAE EVISA If I am in transit through? 

If you do not leave the transit lounge at the airport when in the UAE, you are not allowed to have an eVisa. Otherwise, if you want to leave the airport, you’ll have to register for a UAE Tourist eVisa.

I am an American who flies to the UAE. Do I need a visa for Dubai?

Americans with US passports valid for more than six months are welcome to enter the UAE and do not require a visa to enter the country if the length of the stay is less than one month. This includes travel for industry, tourism, or transit purposes. This also includes US citizens with visas or stamps of entry from other countries.

What are the visa requirements for US citizens?

The original US passport signed by the holder and shall not expire within six (6) months from the scheduled date of arrival in the UAE.

Verified round-trip airline tickets or airline tickets to other destinations.

Visas are available at the airport upon arrival and are valid for a stay of one (1 ) month in the UAE. If you intend to stay longer, you can request more time from the airport’s immigration officer or call the UAE local immigration office and request an extension.

I am a US citizen traveling with my family to the UAE, but my spouse and/or child are not US citizens. Do they need a visa to travel with me to the UAE?

If your spouse or child is a resident of the countries mentioned below, he or she will not be allowed to obtain a visa before entering the country if the length of the stay is less than one month. This includes travel for company, tourism or transit:

United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Finland, South Korea, Spain, Monaco, Vatican, Iceland, Andorra, San Marino, Liechtenstein, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong.

If your spouse or child is a resident of a country not mentioned above-even if they have a US Green Card or a US student visa-they may need to obtain a UAE travel visa.

Dubai skyline in the evening

I’m an American traveling to Dubai. If I have an Israeli stamp on my passport, will the United Arab Emirates grant me a visa for Dubai?

Yes, United Arab Emirates will grant you a visa for Dubai, even though you have an Israel visa stamp on your US passport.

What are the steps to apply for a visa for Dubai from Click2visas?

It is quite simple to complete the request. Please follow the below steps carefully:

  1. Choose the departure and arrival country, select the required visa type, enter your name, and click ‘CLICK TO START.’
  2. Verify the visa fee and terms and conditions on the next page.
  3. On the third page, enter your basic details in the respective field and upload the necessary documents (you can upload the documents in a later stage also).
  4. After that, review and confirm the information of your form, then proceed with the payment. We support all types of cards for payment.
  5. You will receive the invoice and a confirmation mail with a link in your registered email id.
  6. Click the link and complete the remaining visa for Dubai form (you can also upload the document in this stage) and submit it for processing.
  7. Once the evisa is approved, click2visas will send your visa to your email in PDF format.

If I have more doubts or unresolved questions, can I find more info about the UAE visa?

If you need more details about the UAE visa, you can contact us, and we will be happy to assist you. Moreover, you can get more info on our blog. Start your adventure today, and worry about what you should take on your trip and leave the rest to us.

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