Visa Information

Explore hassle-free travel with our comprehensive visa information guide. Whether you're planning a short stay or an extended visit, find all the details you need for a seamless visa application process.

From entry requirements to processing times, our guide ensures you're well-informed, allowing you to focus on the excitement of your journey to Dubai.

If you’re also planning a trip to the beautiful city of experiences and luxury, explore a range of Dubai tourist visas tailored to diverse travel needs, depending on your eligibility:

  • A single-entry tourist visa, valid for 30 days or 60 days
  • A multiple-entry tourist visa, valid for 30 days or 60 days
  • A multiple-entry long-term tourist visa, valid for five years
  • A transit visa:
    • For 48 hours
    • For 96 hours
  • Visa on arrival, either for 30 days or 90 days contingent on nationality
  • Visa on arrival for Indians who have a visit visa issued by the USA, or a green card issued by the USA, or a residence visa issued by the UK or the EU.
  • E-Visa for residents of GCC countries (GCC citizens are eligible for visa-free entry)

Note: Tourists who overstay will have to pay a standardized fine of AED50/day. The fine will be calculated 10 days after the expiry of the visa.

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  • A recent passport photographs.
  • A passport or travel document, valid for no less than 6 months.
  • Valid health insurance
  • A national identity card in the case of certain nationalities.
  • A travel ticket showing an onward journey, and in the case of transit visas, this should be within 96 hours of arriving in Dubai.
  • For GCC residents, a copy of your residence permit
  • For visa on arrival for Indian nationals, a permanent residence card (green card) issued by USA, or a residence visa issued by UK or European Union countries.
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