Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Dubai visa?

A visa is a document that permits a foreigner to enter Dubai or UAE and stay here for a specified period of time. It is issued by the Dubai Immigration and Naturalization department.
It is mandatory for all foreigners to obtain a visa to enter Dubai. But GCC nationals coming to Dubai from Sultanate of Oman, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Kingdom of Bahrain, and Qatar are exempted from this. It is, nevertheless, not applicable to expats settled in these countries, unless otherwise they’re investors or hold a high profile professional status, with an eligibility to get a visa on arrival at the Dubai’s airport.
People visiting Dubai from certain American, European and Far Eastern nations needn’t have to make any pre-arrangement for Dubai visa, as they will be granted a visa on arrival (valid for one month) at the airport in Dubai. Since the list of countries that are eligible for a visa on arrival is subject to change from time to time, we recommend you to check with your local embassy before traveling to Dubai.
Properly filled in visa application form, along with the copies of your passport with a minimum validity of six months at the time of travel to Dubai and passport-size photograph in white background, are required for applying for a Dubai visa. Visit for detailed information on Dubai visa requirements.
You may deposit your Dubai visa application along with the supporting documents online. You can alternatively mail or send via courier or even stop by our facility to submit the documents. Based on your request, we can also come to your location in Dubai to collect your documents.
Your friends or relatives settled in Dubai can apply for a Dubai on your behalf. But they will be entailed to submit the copies of such documents as their visa as well as passport with a validity of at least three months and bank statement.
All visas other than multiple entry visas are valid for single entry only. With a multiple entry visa, you can travel in and out of Dubai as many number of times you wish, however only within the visa’s validity term, which is 30 days or 60 days.
It depends on the Dubai visa package you choose. The rates start from AED 200 for a single entry visit visa and goes up to AED 2500 for a multiple-entry Dubai visa.
Yes, you will need a valid visa to visit Dubai from India.
Subject to your visa package, you can stay up to a period of maximum 90 days in Dubai.
It costs AED 650 for single-entry 60 days visa and about AED 1100 for 60 days multiple-entry Dubai visa.
To apply for your Dubai visa, it requires a minimum balance of AED 3000 in your bank account.
Speak to our visa experts at who will help you to choose the right visa and guide you in every step until your visa is approved on time.
As the name indicates, this type of visa allows for one entry only. In other words, if you leave Dubai even before the validity of your Dubai visa ends, you have to apply for a new visa to visit Dubai again.