There are many options accessible if you want to travel to the UAE. Tourists and visitors may be able to choose from a variety of visas, ranging from short-term to long-term, single entry to multiple entries. Therefore, the component that best fits your budget may frequently be the decisive one.
Here is a list of all the UAE visit visa fees you should be aware of.
Depending on how frequently and for how long you plan to travel to the UAE, you have a variety of options. The prices of the various tourist visas are broken down as follows:
- 30 days – Dh300
- 90 days – Dh720
- 30 days – Dh749
- 90 days – Dh1,799
The costs stated above are an estimate; the exact amount will depend on the Emirate from which you obtain the visa and any service fees assessed by the travel company, airline, or hotel you use to apply.
The price also includes health insurance, which is a requirement for applying for a visa.
You will also receive COVID-19 insurance coverage if you apply through a travel agency.
Any visitor who intends to apply for one of these visas must make sure that their passport is valid for at least another six months and that they have clear copies of their passport as well as a clear passport photo.
Once the visa is approved, they will have 60 days to enter the UAE.
Applicants should be aware that some organizations may charge more for expedited or premium services when it comes to the cost of the visa.
Five-year multiple-entry visit visa
The five-year multiple entry tourist visa permits visitors who frequently visit the UAE to enter the country for 90 days, which can be extended for an additional 90 days to a total stay of 180 days.
You can submit an application for this visa online at icp.gov.ae, the website of the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Ports Security (ICP), or at a service provider that has an ICP registration.
Here is a breakdown of the cost for this visa:
- Application fee: Dh100
- Issuance fee: Dh500
- Electronic services: Dh50
- Urgent application fee: Dh100 (if requested)
e-visa for GCC residents
If you intend to travel to the UAE and are a resident of one of the GCC nations, you can apply for an e-visa online through the ICP or the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) of Dubai’s website, gdrfad.gov.ae.
Holders of GCC e-visas are permitted to stay in the UAE for 30 days starting on the date of entrance. This entry permit is valid for 30 days from the date of issuing.
According to the ICP website, the fee for obtaining an e-visa through them is as follows:
- Request fees – Dh100
- Issue fees – Dh100
- E-services fees – Dh28
- ICP fees – Dh22
According to the GDRFA website, the following is the cost if you apply for an e-visa through them: Dh200
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