Your One-Stop Dubai Visa Guide

Neha Mathur

Last updated: Sep 18, 2018

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Planning a trip to Dubai or curious about the place? You'd really like to go through this comprehensive Visa Guide for the city. The Dubai Visa process has changed over the years, and there is some confusion about how to go about applying for the visa. Here we have the most updated process you need to go through, to visit the incredible city!


Dubai Visa Guide

All the applications for Dubai, United Arab Emirates visa can now be submitted online by means of a latest electronic visa application system (e-Visa). These applications are submitted to any recognized and reputed visa agents. All the candidates who get approved visa applications can to take the print out of United Arab Emirates tourist visa online


Visa Application Forms

The United Arab Emirates Tourist form should be aptly completed by the applicants with utmost care. The United Arab Emirates visa application forms are absolutely free of charge and can be downloaded from any authorized visa agents. For applying for Dubai Visa for Indians you can contact these agents during their business hours. For Dubai Visa you should have following documents complete:

  1. Properly signed and completed Form since incomplete applications will not be accepted.
  2. Confirmed ticket booking with an airline
  3. Passport with at least 6 months validity from the date of departure
  4. Clear Passport photos are as per the specifications, namely, Size 4.3 cms x 5.5 cms with a white background
  5. Carefully attach all supporting documents according to the checklist.

The United Arab Emirates Visa Fees for each application is 5000 INR and is non-refundable. For the payment you can opt for the online mode as Master/ Visa, both credit and debit card are accepted. The authorized service agents charge extra fees for every visa application.

Here is some more useful information for Dubai

Forex Tips

The currency of the UAE is Dirham (Dhm). Most banks in city exchange foreign currency, however, the time taken might differ from one bank to another. There are many exchange houses in malls and at the airport where you can easily get a currency exchange.

Do shop around for prices and try not to land up in a situation where you have to buy it last minute – especially at the airport, where you aren’t likely to get a favourable deal.

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