3-month visit visas
According to an executive from the Federal Authority For Identity, Citizenship, Customs & Port Security (ICP) call center, the three-month visas are no longer offered.
The call center executive informed, “The three-month entry permit was available a few months ago, but not anymore. Visitors to the UAE can now come on either a 30- or 60-day visa.” The executive also mentioned, Travel agencies can issue these visas.
The three-month visit visa was discontinued during the Covid-19 pandemic, and a 60-day visa was introduced as an alternative. However, the three-month scheme was reintroduced in May as a leisure visa option.
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In Dubai, first-degree relatives of residents can obtain a 90-day visa, as confirmed by an Amer call center executive, allowing residents to bring their parents or relatives on the three-month scheme.
A job exploration visa in the UAE costs Dh200 for 60 days, Dh300 for 90 days, and Dh400 for 120 days. Additionally, visitors must provide a security deposit of Dh1,000.
The 5-year UAE visa allows multiple visits, each lasting 90 days, and it’s self-sponsored. You can extend your stay for another 90 days without leaving. It’s ideal for families wanting to stay longer with their UAE-based loved ones.
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