Your Guide to Applying for a Visa to the United Arab Emirates:
There are several factors involved, such as:
Nationality, the purpose of your visit planned, and the duration of the specific visit.
Currently, citizens of the 47 countries with the exception of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to obtain a visa upon arrival.
France, Iceland, Norway, Iceland, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Austria, Finland, Belgium, Greece, Luxembourg, Poland, Switzerland, Estonia, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus, Malta, Denmark, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia Kindly, note the following:
Citizens of the countries mentioned in the list above may obtain a valid 90 Days Visa upon arrival which commences from the date of entry; unable to extend the validity of this visa. Passport Must Be Valid more than six months upon entry.
Citizens of the following countries do not require prior visa arrangements to enter the United Arab Emirates as they automatically receive a 30 Days Visa:
Brunei, Malaysia, United Kingdom, Andorra Japan, Canada, Hong Kong, United States of America, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Monaco, Vatican, Singapore, South Korea Kindly, Note the following:
Citizens of the countries mentioned in the list above may obtain a valid 30 Days Visa upon arrival which commences from the date of entry; unable to extend the validity of this visa.
Kindly contact, the Dubai Immigration line at 8005111 for further questions or concerns.
Arab Network offers the Following Visas:
Duration: 14 days from the date of entry
Shelf Life: 14 days from the issue date
Duration: 30 days / 90 days from the date of entry
Shelf Life: 60 days from the issue date
Duration: 14 days – $135
Duration: 30 days – $190
Duration: 90 days – $400
Documents required to obtain a visa
1. Color Passport Copies
2. Passport Size Photographs
3. Visa Fee