Dubai is one of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is situated at the Arabian Peninsula and has the biggest population with the second-largest land after Abu Dhabi. Dubai and Abu Dhabi are the only two emirates to have veto power over significant matters of national importance in the country’s government.
The earliest settlement recognized as Dubai town from 1799. Its geographical position made it a vital trading center and by the starting of the 20th century, it was an important port. The modern emirate of Dubai was shaped after the UK gone from the area in 1971. At this time Dubai, collectively with Abu Dhabi and four other emirates, formed the United Arab Emirates. A free buying and selling zone was built around the Jebel Ali port in 1979, permitting foreign companies unrestricted import of labor and export capital.
The Embassy advocates all their qualified applicants to strictly follow the Rules and Regulations to stay away from any delay. Since the visa plan is being observed by the UAE authorities, consequently, the directions provided by the Embassy are subject matter to change without any prior notification.
Information related to the visa wants for those willing to travel to the United Arab Emirates is listed below. However, VISA system and costs are subject matter to modify and should always be twice ensured with your travelling agent or Embassy of the UAE before travelling.
There are three categories of visas which can be achieve d from the Embassy provided that the necessities are fulfilled:
1. Single Entry (One Month)
2. Single Entry (Three Months)
3. Multiple Entries (Six Months)
According to the duration of staying in UAE Ordinary passports will be charged for the visa:
Single Entry US $ 200/- for (30) Days
Single Entry US $ 400/- for (90) Days
Multiple Entry US $ 800/- for (6) Months