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With the United Arab Emirates e-visa, we can travel to the 7 emirates:
- Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Qaywayn, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah.
No, the Sultanate of Oman borders but does not belong to the United Arab Emirates. To travel to Oman, we must apply for its visa.
Yes, we must carry our printed e-visa, and present it together with our passport.
Yes, we must carry the printed eVisa and present it upon our arrival in the country along with the documentation required by the government authorities.
The UAE eVisa is valid for 60 days from the date of issuance, but your stay in the emirates cannot exceed 30 days.
If you overstay your e-Visa in the UAE you will be charged a fine of 100 dollars per overstayed day.
There are 2 electronic transit visas for the Emirates, with one we can stay 48 hours and with the other we can stay 96 hours. If we want to spend more time in any of the Emirates we must apply for a tourist visa.
The tourist visa is processed online, and through visagov it will take you no more than 10 minutes to process it. In case of missing data or documentation, it will be saved as pending completion. You will always be able to access your application.
The tourist or transit visa for United Arab Emirates will be approved within 24/48 working hours.
No, it is not possible to change the date on an eVisa that has already been approved. If the approved date is not correct, you will need to apply for a new eVisa, paying the corresponding fee.
It is not possible to change any information on an eVisa that has already been approved. If we have made a mistake, we must reapply for a new visa online and assume the costs of this procedure again.
Before traveling to the United Arab Emirates, we must make sure if our nationality requires a visa. Some nationalities have the option of obtaining a visa on arrival. To do this, they must stand in the immigration queue upon arrival at the airport, where they will have their passport stamped. You must make sure that your passport has an expiration date of more than 6 months once you enter the country, and that it has blank pages so that the immigration authorities can stamp it.
If your nationality does not allow you to process your visa on arrival, you must apply for an electronic visa prior to your trip.
If your trip to the United Arab Emirates is for stopover or transit to another country, you must apply for an electronic transit visa. There are 2 types of these visas, with different length of stay (48 or 96 hours).
Both tourist visas and transit visas are processed completely online.
The duration and conditions of the visa may be subject to the nationality of the applicant.
The government reserves the right of admission. We must not lie or omit relevant information when applying for our electronic visa, as we may be denied entry to the country. We may also be denied entry into the country if government authorities believe we are a threat to national security or national interests, even if we are traveling on an approved visa.
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