General requirements for obtaining a visa to UAE

The visa regime in the UAE requires free entry for citizens of almost all European countries, as well as citizens of the neighbouring Arab states, but for the citizens of Russia and the CIS sole visa provided exceptionally.

In the UAE there are several categories of visas, different in their purpose and the possible length of stay in the country. Among them, the most relevant are:

• transit visa, which entitles you to stay in the country within 96 hours, and is used when you make a flight to another country through the United Arab Emirates

• short-term visa, which is used by tourists to visit the country, but gives the right to stay in the UAE only 14 calendar days

• long-term visa, which entitles tourists to stay in the UAE to 40 days with a possible extension, for a total possible visa is 60 days

• visit visa can be issued to you by residents of the UAE and provide the possibility of staying in the country from 30 to 90 calendar days

• visa for medical treatment also limit the length of stay in the UAE 90th day

• work visa provides employment opportunities and is issued for 60 days, during which must be issued residence visa in the passport. Typically, these visas are issued by the potential company – the employer

• UAE resident visa in the form of inserts in the passport is the main type of visa that is issued in employment, buying real estate in Dubai (in case the price of the property exceeds 1 million dirhams), and when you open your own business. Residence visa in the UAE provides for the possibility of permanent residence in the country in 2–3 years with a further extension.   Requirements for registration of a resident visa in the country rather strict. You need to not only provide the necessary documents, but also undergo a medical examination (chest X-rays, blood tests), to be fingerprinted, do a retinal scan and biometric tests. 


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