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Tourist visa


Tourist visa : Depending on your plan, tourist visas to the UAE can be issued for 30 days or 90 days for single or multiple entries. Tourist visas can be extended for 30 days twice, without the need to leave the country.





Who is a tourist visa for?





Tourist visa is for those who are not eligible for visa on arrival or a visa-free entry to the UAE. Tourist visa can be obtained for eligible individual tourists from around the world. Females below the age of 18 are not eligible to apply for this type of visa unless they are travelling with their parents.





According to a Cabinet resolution passed in July 2018, children under the age of 18 years who are accompanying adults, can get a free visa for their visit from 15 July to 15 September each year.





Multiple entry tourist-visa for all nationalities





A new multiple entry tourist visa can now be issued for all nationalities, in a step that aims to facilitate the process for tourists and visitors. The five-year visa enables tourists to enter multiple times on self-sponsorship and remain in the country for 90 days on each visit, which can be extended for another 90 days.





For more information about the multiple entry tourist visa, please contact with Gatewayz.









What is the validity of a tourist-visa?





Depending on your plan, tourist visas to the UAE can be issued for 30 days or 90 days duration, single entry or multiple entry. Recently, the UAE facilitated a five-year visa which enables tourists to enter multiple times on self-sponsorship and remain in the country for 90 days on each visit, which can be extended for another 90 days.





Who can apply for your tourist-visa?





Tourist visas through agencie





Licensed travel agents in the UAE can arrange a tourist visa for you provided you purchase the ticket through them and maintain hotel reservation with the specific hotel.





It is important to check the authenticity of travel agents you are dealing with and refrain from paying or sending copies of your official documents until after you are 100 per cent sure the tour operator is genuine. You can seek the help of the Gatewayz Tourism.





Also learn about the provisions of a transit visa to the UAE.





Renewing or extending tourist visa





All types of visit and tourist-visas can be extended for 30 days twice, upon applying for it and after successful approval by the relevant authority. This can be done without the need to leave the country.





Visitors and tourists can apply for the second renewal before the expiry of the first one against AED 600 each time of renewal.





Visa overstayers who do not renew, as above, will have to pay AED 100 fine for each day of their overstay, to be calculated from 10 days after the visa expiry.





However, the new rule for extension does not apply on the following categories:






  • visitors and tourists who are residents in GCC countries




  • residents accompanying GCC nationals




  • those on special entry permits




  • those on 96-hour permit for special missions.








Source: Gateway.co





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expo city dubai | 2020


March saw the end of six glorious months of Expo 2020 Dubai, which witnessed millions of visitors all over the globe flock to Dubai to witness the 6-month mega event. World-class music, sporting events, stunning pavilions and everyday family-friendly entertainment kept visitors hooked to Expo 2020. But now that the Expo is over, what does the future of the world fair look like? Well, we have good news for you. Expo 2020 Dubai has now been revamped as ‘Expo City Dubai’ officially opening its door to visitors since 1 October 2022.





Here’s everything you need to know about this new city and what it promises to offer its visitors.





Expo City Dubai opening





Dubai has transformed the Expo site into a brand new destination, Expo City Dubai. The new destination will play a vital role in the development of Dubai 2040, a comprehensive master plan focused on the sustainable urban development of Dubai. Strategically located between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, Expo City will be one of the five urban centres pinpointed in the master plan. The 4.38-square-kilometre site will cater to visitors and tenants who will live in one of the 2,000 apartments.





His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, encapsulated the spirit of the upcoming destination, describing it as “a city that represents the most beautiful ambitions of Dubai, Expo City Dubai will be an environmentally-friendly city, one friendly to families, to the economy, and future generations.”





The primary goal behind the initiative is to enhance people’s happiness and quality of life and reinforce Dubai as a global destination for citizens, residents and visitors alike.









Sustainability and eco-friendly 





With a sharp focus on sustainability, nearly 80 percent of Expo-built infrastructure will be retained and repurposed in the new city. Other highlights include:






  • No single-use plastic.




  • LEED-certified buildings.




  • A sustainable community that prioritizes the environment’s positive impact on human wellness.





Care has been put to ensure that the city is human-centric, accessible only by pedestrians with no cars or heavy vehicles, thereby carrying forward the sustainability legacy of Expo 2020. Expo City Dubai would be environment-friendly with buggies to transport visitors. The development shall have cycling tracks, running tracks and more than 45,000 sqm of parks and gardens.





Expo attractions





The Al Wasl Dome, the world’s largest 360-degree projection screen, has come back to life, ushering in the grand opening of Expo City Dubai. Garden in the Sky, a rotating observation tower that lifts visitors 55 meters above the site for a panoramic view, has also continued to host guests. Expo’s iconic and surreal water feature, which became a popular spot for people to cool down during scorching temperatures, is also open to the public.





A paid-for attraction pass has been launched to give visitors access to these experiences.









Expo Pavilions 





Since 1 September, visitors have been given access to two Expo City pavilions – Terra, The Sustainability Pavilion and Alif, The Mobility Pavilion. The two pavilions offer visitors interactive educational experiences, including science, technology, engineers, arts, mathematics and culture. Visitors can also access the rotating observation tower – Garden in the Sky attraction.





From 1 October 2022, visitors can also explore the Expo City pavilions and attractions such as the Al Wasl Plaza and ‘Surreal’ the cascading waterfall.





The Women’s Pavilion will continue to show how women have contributed to societies worldwide and will focus on driving gender equality and women empowerment. The Vision pavilion will honour the life and vision of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai. 





The Opportunity Pavilion, which attracted large crowds for its innovative displays on water, food and energy, will be transformed into the Expo 2020 Dubai Museum. It will highlight the history and impact of world expos and celebrate the success of the six-month event held in Dubai.





Visitors can also expect the return of popular pavilions such as the KSA pavilion and the ‘falcon-inspired’ UAE Pavilion that will re-open soon. Country pavilions of Australia, Egypt, India, Pakistan, Luxembourg and Morocco will be re-purposed; stay tuned for upcoming announcements.





Expo City Dubai opening date





Expo City Dubai has officially opened its doors to visitors on Saturday, 1 October 2022.





Expo City Dubai entry fee and tickets





Entry to the Expo district itself will be free but you will need a paid visitor pass to enter the pavilions. Visitors can now purchase tickets online at the Expo City Dubai official website or at the four box offices at Expo City that have started from 1 September 2022.





Currently, visitors can purchase tickets for the following pavilions in Expo City Dubai:






  • Terra (the sustainability pavilion) – AED 52




  • Alif (the mobility pavilion) – AED 52




  • Garden in the Sky – AED 31




  • Women’s Pavilion – AED 52




  • Vision Pavilion – AED 52




  • Carousel Around the World – AED 21





From 1 October, you can purchase the following passes to visit the Expo City attractions:





One-day pass: The one-day attraction pass is available online and grants visitors access to the Vision Pavilion, Women’s Pavilion, as well as Terra, Alif, Sustainability and Mobility pavilions. The pass is priced at Dhs120 and will grant visitors access to the 4 pavilions. A few more attractions will later be added to the day pass.





Individual pavilion pass: Visitors who want to visit individual pavilions can purchase the individual pavilion pass that are priced at Dhs50 per pavilion per person.





School groups: The Expo City will also welcome school groups, with special programs offered exclusively to the educational community. General entry to the Expo City is free of cost for booked school groups. School group journeys with workshops and shows must be booked at least 2 weeks in advance.





Children aged 12 and under and people of determination can enter the pavilions free of charge but must obtain a complimentary pass at any one of the ticketing booths at Expo City Dubai.





Expo City Dubai location and opening hours





If you’re driving to Expo City, you can reach there from all major roads. Expo City Dubai has 3 main entrances which are a 20-minute drive from Dubai Marina. You can follow the signs for any one of the four designated parking zones: Opportunity, Mobility, Sustainability or DEC parking.





If you’re travelling by public transport such as the Metro in Dubai, the Metro Red Line will take you from the city directly to the entrance of Expo City Dubai. Taxis or cabs can be booked online using Careem, Uber or S’hail apps.





Expo City pavilions are open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm; while some attractions such as the Surreal water feature and Al Wasl Plaza will be open 24/7.





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60-Day Tourist Visa


UAE visa Information on arrival





30‑day UAE visa Information visit eligibility





If you are a passport holder of the below country or territory, no advance visa arrangements are required to UAE visa Information. Simply disembark your flight at Dubai International and proceed to immigration, where your passport will be stamped with a 30‑day visit visa free of charge.





90‑day UAE visa Information visit eligibility





If you are a passport holder of one of the below countries or territories, your passport will be stamped with a multiple entry 90‑day visit visa that's valid for 6 months from the date of issue, and for a stay of 90 days in total. Citizens of the below European countries are also entitled to apply for a pre‑arranged visit visa if their 90‑day visa on arrival has been fully utilised





180‑day UAE visa Information visit eligibility





If you hold a Mexican passport you’re eligible for a multiple entry 180‑day visit visa that's valid for 6 months from the date of issue, and for a stay of 180 days in total.









Dubai immigration procedures





As an added security measure, Immigration Authorities at Dubai International are now conducting random eye screening for visitors to Dubai.





Visitors asked to proceed for eye screening are required to present a hard copy of their visa or a printed version of the visa number confirmation page at the screening counter. If you do not have a copy with you, a charge of AED 30 per copy applies ‑ payable only in AED.





Important information





Before you travel to the UAE, please check your visa requirements and make sure you have a valid visa if needed, or if your passport needs to be valid for a minimum period. Holders of non‑standard passports and travel documents may also have different entry requirements: find out if you need to apply for a visa and other passport requirements.





As of 29 April 2016, GCC residence permit holders will need to apply for a UAE visa before arriving in Dubai.





As of 1 May 2017, Indian nationals holding a normal passport valid for a minimum of six months from the arrival date, and a visit visa or green card issued by the USA which is valid for a minimum of six months, or holding a UK or EU residence, can obtain a visa on arrival for a maximum stay of 14 days for a charge of AED120 (subject to change). They can apply to extend their stay for an additional 14 days for AED250 (subject to change).





Required documents






  1. Colour photograph of applicant




  2. Colour copy of applicant's passport. The passport must be valid for at least three months.




  3. The original application form (available at all Emirates ticketing offices) can be accessed in Arabic or English, depending on the applicant’s nationality. Download the English or Arabic application form.




  4. Copy of the Emirates ticket





Additional documents are required for visitors of some countries





Additional documents may be required, depending on your country of residence. Please use our visa search tool above or visit our visa requirements page for more information.






  • Afghanistan National ID Card (Tazkira ID)




  • Iraq National ID Card




  • Pakistan National ID Card




  • Iran National ID Card





UAE visa Information




UAE visa Information Rules and conditions






  • Visa fees must be paid upon application.




  • Additional visa processing fees apply.




  • The passenger must travel to and from Dubai on Emirates or code share flights only.




  • Visa fees are non‑refundable.




  • The ticket is non‑refundable if the visa has been issued and utilized.




  • Visa processing time is approximately 3 to 4 working days.




  • Entry into the UAE is subject to immigration approval.




  • All visas are valid to enter Dubai for 60 days from the date of issue, except the 96‑hour and 48‑hour visas, which are valid for 30 days from the date of issue.





Contact information : Gatewayz.co





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Dubai Multiple Entry Visa


Dubai Multiple Entry Visa : Dubai's General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) has issued the first special dubai-multiple-entry-visa, 90-day tourist visa to a football fan.





Jordanian national Mohammed Jalal became the first recipient of the visa that is issued to fans attending the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022.





Holders of the 'Hayya' card – a personalised document required by people to attend any of the World Cup matches, which offers them multiple entries to the UAE throughout the tournament.





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The GDRFA said it expects to receive and process a large number of applications for the visa that lets holders stay in the UAE for 90 days, with the option to renew it for a similar period.





Lt. General Mohamed Ahmed Al Marri, Director-General of GDRFA, said Qatar is expected to receive 1.4 million visitors during the World Cup.





Dubai Multiple Entry Visa





Dubai is prepared for visitors to set up base here and shuttle to Qatar for the matches. The tournament is being played at a time when the emirate has the most pleasant weather, he added.





Football fans can even stay in the Dubai and be part of its famed New Year's Eve celebrations, the top official said.





Dubai is rolling out the red carpet to receive football fans. According to AP, some soccer fan clubs have already said they'll be commuting to Qatar during the cup on 45-minute flights from Dubai.





The Dubai Sports Council has estimated hundreds of thousands of fans could arrive in the city. Special fan zones have been set up across the city, while hotels are offering attractive packages that include stay, transport and shuttle flights.





Budget airline flydubai will operate at least 30 return flights a day to Doha.





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Dubai things


Our guide to the best things to do in Dubai highlights the local and global sides to the so-called City of Gold. As the eponymous capital of one of the UAE’s 7 emirates, the city is known for its riches, its glitzy and innovative development and architecture, and its shopping scenes. But Dubai isn’t all about 5-star glam, though that’s likely to be a big part of any visit here.





From the tranquillity of the deserts to the hubbub of the souks, there is a huge range of things to see and do in Dubai. You can explore vast dunes, traditional villages and remarkable skyscrapers throughout your stay.





What are the best things to do in Dubai?





1 Grand Mosque
Admire the spiritual symbol of Dubai









The Grand Mosque in Bur Dubai features Dubai's tallest minaret that offers dizzying heights – it stands at an impressive 70 metres tall and boasts 45 small and 9 larger domes. Each dome sports beautiful stained-glass panels that glisten in the sun.





The Grand Mosque is one of the city's most recognisable landmarks, and the morning or early evening make for good times to walk around it to avoid the searing heat of the midday sun.
Location: Ali Bin Abi Taleb Street, Dubai, United Arab Emirates





Open: Saturday–Thursday from 9 am to 10 pm, Friday from 4.30 pm to 10 pm





2 Burj Khalifa
Towering at an amazing 828 metres





Dubai




No list of things to do in Dubai would be complete without a mention of the Burj Khalifa. Enjoy the exhilarating feeling of being on top of the world at the At The Top Burj Khalifa observation deck, located on the 124th floor of the world’s tallest tower and guaranteed to be a highlight of any visit to the Middle East.





Marvel at the dazzling lights of Dubai that lie below you at dusk. If you come by day, you can also bask in the sun on their funky outdoor terrace. The queue for the lift to the top can be quite long, but The Dubai Mall is at the base of the tower, so you can do some shopping while you wait for it to get shorter.
Location: 1 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, Dubai, United Arab Emirates





Open: Daily from 8.30 am to 11 pm





3 Arabian Desert safari
Cruise the sand with the wind in your hair









A trip into the Arabian Desert is a popular excursion for many visitors to Dubai. There are a whole host of tour companies that can take you out to either tear up the sand in a 4x4 – including exhilarating dune bashing – or explore it at a more leisurely pace atop an obliging camel.





There is also the possibility of spending a night in the desert at a private desert camp, where you’ll be treated to a barbecue feast, music, and belly dancing. But for perhaps the most magical start to a day in Dubai, head out on a desert safari in the morning. This also means you’ll have the rest of the day free for other exploring back in the city itself.





4 Dubai Museum
The cultural and historical primer every visitor needs





Dubai




Dubai Museum is where you can trace the history of Dubai – and that of the country at large. See recreated reed houses and a pearling-era souk among other interesting artefacts, while learning about the city's amazing transition from a backwater into an affluent modern city.





The Dubai Museum is set in the historical Al Fahidi Fort, the oldest remaining building in Dubai, and was constructed at the start of the 1970s – as the city’s breathtaking reinvention began to materialise – as a way of preserving the traditional way of life that had existed beforehand.
Location: Al Fahidi Street, Dubai, United Arab Emirates





Open: Saturday–Thursday from 8.30 am to 8.30 pm, Friday from 2.30 pm to 8.30 pm





5 Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood
A feel for Dubai before the modern day









The Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood lets you stray away from your first thoughts about Dubai as an affluent oil-fuelled economy and vibrant tourism destination. Dubai’s emergence in its current, modern form is a relatively recent development.





Taking a stroll through the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, alongside the Dubai Creek, lets you gain another perspective on the heritage of this jewel of a middle-eastern city. Amid traditional-style houses and other buildings from before Dubai’s rapid modernisation in the 1970s, you’ll find art exhibitions, creative studios, museums, and more.





6 The Dubai Mall
Shop 1,200 stores in one of the world's largest malls









The Dubai Mall offers a vast, modern experience in one of the world's largest malls with tons of family attractions, art and fashion, and even an entire aquarium. This mall boasts more than 1,200 retailers covering favourite brands like Topshop, famed international department store brands like Bloomingdales, and their Fashion Avenue section, where you'll find the latest haute couture. You can find all the upscale brands like Dior and Fendi.





For family fun, you can head for an indoor, Olympic-sized skating rink or head to the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo onsite to see exotic undersea life. Like every good mall, there's also a wealth of food court and sit down eatery options, all right in the city centre.
Location: Financial Center Street, Along Sheikh Zayed Road, Next to Burj Khalifa - Dubai - United Arab Emirates





Open: Sunday–Wednesday from 10 am to midnight, Thursday–Saturday from 10 am to 1 am





7 Dubai Marina
Visit an artificial canal city









Dubai Marina is a man-made canal city that was created in 2003 and offers stunning and impressive views along with plenty of walks and beaches. Lots of shops and restaurants are available along the marina, with some that are friendly for budget-conscious travellers.





Visiting this marina lets you explore a marvel of engineering that even the wildlife seems to appreciate. Despite the canal being artificial, whales are often seen in the water after entering from the open sea nearby. It's located south of the city centre along the coast.





8 Atlantis water parks
Get wet or go home!









Three thrilling water-themed parks are based in the Atlantis resort for you and your family to experience. Aquaventure Waterpark – complete with zip lines, and slides through shark-infested lagoons – is the top water park in all the Middle East and Europe, with 42 acres of stimulating water activities to enjoy.





The Lost Chambers Aquarium alone has an astonishing 65,000 marine animals to look at. Also, not to be missed is the sensational Dolphin Bay, where you can interact with these beautiful creatures 1-on-1.
Location: Atlantis The Palm, Crescent Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates





Open: Daily from 10 am to 6 pm





9 Palm Jumeirah
Take a yacht out around islands that embody ultra-luxe Dubai









Take a tour by yacht around the iconic Palm Jumeirah, an artificial archipelago on the stunning coastal area of Dubai created using reclaimed land. Jumeirah is in the shape of a palm tree and, astoundingly, it’s as large as 800 football pitches.





Relax on a chartered yacht in the sunshine, and watch people go about their daily business along its coastline. Once you step back onto dry land again, take time to explore the sights of the area’s luxurious hotels, or go diving around the exotic artificial reef – impressively, it was created by purposely sinking two F-100 Super Sabre fighter jets.





10 Dubai Opera
A slice of musical or theatrical culture









The downtown Dubai Opera is well worth a visit for culture enthusiasts spending time in the city. Even if opera isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Dubai (you’re not alone), Dubai Opera’s varied programme of performances can become a highlight of your visit.





Performances include not just pure opera but also ballet and classical music. There are also theatre productions, fashion shows, and comedy sketches, meaning there’s something to catch most nights, and many shows are family-friendly.
Location: Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, Dubai, United Arab Emirates





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Dubai work visa 2022





The expatriates who wish to work in Dubai need to apply for a Dubai work permit or a work visa to be legally employed in the emirate. A work permit (entry permit) is a document issued by the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship that allows foreigners to enter and work in the UAE legally for a certain period of time.





The Dubai work visa (Residence visa) is issued to foreigners once they are already inside the country and have entered using the entry permit. When moving to the UAE, you will ultimately need to get a residence visa, on which your work permit will be listed.





Dubai work visa types





In Dubai, there is one type of work permit. This work permit is often referred to as a labour card. However, employees will need to obtain an entry visa, a residence visa, and an Emirate ID card before applying for a work permit.





However, under the new UAE visa rules, the UAE has recently introduced an entry permit for temporary work missions that allows visitors holding a temporary work assignment (such as probation testing or project-based mission sponsored by the employer) can apply for the entry permit for a temporary work mission. A visitor can apply for this entry permit if they are a relative or friend of a UAE citizen or resident.





Furthermore, the validity of all entry visas will now be available for single or multiple entries and will be valid for 60 days from their date of issuance. They can also be renewed for similar periods. Some of the requirements include:






  • a temporary work contract, or




  • a letter from the employer clarifying the visit purpose




  • proof of health and fitness to work.





Dubai work visa age limit & categories





Any foreigner over the age of 18 can choose to work in Dubai, provided they meet the following standards as set up by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE).





Based on their academic qualifications/skill sets, foreign workers are divided into three categories:






  • Category 1: Holding at least a bachelor’s degree




  • Category 2: Holding a post-secondary diploma in any field




  • Category 3: Holding a high school diploma.





Dubai Work Visa




Dubai work visa requirements





To obtain a work permit and Residence visa in Dubai, employees will need the following documents:






  • A valid passport and a photocopy




  • Passport photos




  • Copies of academic qualifications. (Your qualifications have to be authorized by the UAE Embassy or consulate in your country as well as from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of your country)




  • Copies of the applicant’s birth certificate (and marriage certificate if applicable).




  • An Emirates ID card




  • An entry permit from the Ministry of Labor




  • A medical certificate, issued by a government-approved health centre in the UAE.




  • Proof of accommodations in the UAE, such as a copy of a lease agreement




  • A copy of a company card from the employer




  • A copy of the company’s commercial license




  • Evidence that the applicant has sufficient financial means to support themselves in the UAE




  • Proof of payment of the application fee.





Dubai work visa validity





When the applicants first receive a work permit, it is valid for 30 days and can further be extended for 30 days. Thus, applicants can stay in Dubai for 60 days, during which their employer must arrange to get a Residence Visa, an Emirates ID, and their Labour Card.





It is the Residence Visa in addition to the Labour Card which allows travellers to live and work in the UAE legally. The Residence visa and the associated work permit usually last for one or two years, depending on your employment contract.





How to apply online for a Dubai work visa?





To start the necessary procedure to obtain your employment visa and work permit for Dubai, you need an employer willing to hire you. There are three stages in the process of obtaining a Dubai work visa:





Obtaining an entry visa for the UAE





To begin the process of obtaining an Employment Entry Visa (Pink visa/Residence visa), the employer will need to follow the procedure as follows:






  • Apply for visa quota approval on your behalf. The Ministry of Labour (MOL) will approve this.




  • Submit an employment contract to the MOL. You will be required to sign this contract.




  • The Ministry must approve the work permit application before issuing an employment entry visa. With the approval and visa secured, you will need to enter the UAE within two months.




  • Upon entering the UAE with a Pink visa, you will have a period of 60 days to obtain a residence visa and formal work permit.





Obtaining an Emirates ID





An Emirates ID is required for the medical screening. To apply for an ID, you need to provide your entry visa along with an original passport and a copy. Employees need to apply in person at the Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA) centre.





Obtaining a residence visa and work permit





To apply for a Residence visa, you will need all of the required documents, as mentioned above.





Once your company secures visa quota approval from the Ministry of Labour, you can sign your contract and return it to the employer. At this point, the employer can apply for a work permit on your behalf. The work permit will be listed as part of the Residency visa. On approval of the work permit, the employee is then allowed to begin working officially.





Receive the employment entry visa





The applicants will now receive an Employment Entry Visa (Pink visa) at the airport. It allows applicants to live in the UAE for two months while they finish their residency visa application.





Once you are in the UAE, you will need to undergo a medical screening and attend the Emirates ID service centre (sometimes known as a Customer Happiness Center) to show your passport and entry permit and undergo biometric tests. The Ministry of Labor will further receive your medical results and employment contract, which is used to process you onto the payroll system.





Collect your Emirates ID





The applicants will now have their Residence visa stamped into their passports. Once applicants have this, they may open a bank account and access government services. After ten days, applicants can collect their Emirates ID card.





The employment visa for Dubai, or any other emirate in the UAE, comes with specific rules ensuring the workers’ rights are not violated.





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