Visa

 

When travelling to Dubai some nationalities need visa. Please find bellow some important information.

 

As of 29 April 2016, GCC residence permit holders will need to apply for a UAE visa before arriving in Dubai.

 

Further bellow you can see countries which are eligible for a visa on arrival:

 

30-day visa on arrival:

Andorra, Singapore, Australia, South Korea, Brunei, Hong Kong, Monaco, Malaysia, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland, United Kingdom, United States of America, Japan, Vatican City, San Marino, China.

 

90-day visa on arrival:

Andorra, Finland, Lithuania, Singapore, Australia, France, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Austria, Germany, Malaysia, Slovenia, Belgium, Greece, Malta, South Korea, Brunei, Hong Kong, Monaco, Spain, Bulgaria, Hungary, Netherlands, Sweden, Canada, Iceland, New Zealand, Switzerland, Croatia, Ireland, Norway, United Kingdom, Cyprus, Italy, Poland, United States of America, Czech Republic, Japan, Portugal, Vatican City, Denmark, Latvia, Romania, Estonia, Liechtenstein, San Marino.      

 

All other nationalities are required to apply for a visa in advance.

 

 

Who can apply for Visa on your behalf?

 

On your behalf hotels & tourist companies can apply  for a Tourist Visa (valid for 30 days), Service Visa (valid for 14 days) or a Visit Visa (valid for 90 days).

Any other organization based in the UAE may apply for Visit Visas and Service Visas.

Individuals who are UAE residents may, according to guidelines, apply on your behalf for a Visit Visa.

 

What do you need for Visa application?

 

For more information please visit: General Directory of Residency and Foreigners Affairs.

We recommend contacting your consulate or embassy to find out about the latest visa regulations. 

 

Travel

 

Dubai is situated at the cross roads between the east and the west on the halfway between Europe and Asia. It can be easily reached by air, sea and land. Dubai airport is the main hub for air transport in the United Arab Emirates. It is served by several major airlines, most notably Dubai-based Emirates. There are over 120 airlines operating to Dubai.

 

Dubai enjoys an arid subtropical climate. Temperatures range from 10°C to summer highs of 48°C. The average maximum daily temperature in January is 24°C and 41°C in July, when humidity is very high.

 

Dubai is very liberal but it is always wise to respect the religion and culture of the city by wearing appropriate clothing in public places.

The official language of the UAE is Arabic. English is widely spoken and understood in business and commerce.

 

For further information please visit: http://www.definitelydubai.com/

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