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Dubai visa from India documents checklist

Shopping, scenic beauty and spell bounding desserts. Dubai is one of the oldest shopping destinations and is famous for supreme quality and low-priced gold. Not only that, the picturesque images are a sight to behold and one of the best destinations, especially for Indians.

With a quick, seamless and smooth visa process for Indians, Dubai stands to be a preferential location for a family vacation abroad or a getaway trip with friends. Getting Dubai Visa is as easy as it sounds, all you need is to follow a few steps and submit the required documents.

Following are the documents and prerequisites that need to be submitted for initiation of the visa acquisition process –

– Colour scanned copy of first and last page of visa. Please note that the scanned photo of the passport should not be black and white.

– A passport size photo clicked on a white background

– The details filled in the visa application form should be exactly similar to the details in the passport, otherwise your visa will get rejected.

– A passport of at least 6 months of validity is acceptable.

– The day count for your visa begins from the day you enter the country and that will have to be selected by you during the visa application, all the fees and charges will be dependent upon that. For visit visas, a return ticket copy also needs to be attached.

Well anytime is absolutely the right time, if you have planned to apply Dubai Visa looking at all the visit options that are made available to the visitors.

Dubai visa post Covid

Many changes have been implemented post Covid era, one of the change that has come out to be a positive is the availability of Dubai Visa online. Visitors can apply Dubai Visa online and below are the Covid related formalities that needs to be taken care of.

– As per recent information, RTPCR is not mandatory for individuals who have taken both their doses of vaccination. In case, you have taken only one dose of vaccination or no vaccination at all, then you will have to show the RTPCR report post landing.

– For children below 12 years of age, no vaccination certificate or RTPCR, however for kids above 12 years of age, RTPCR or vaccination certificate (both the doses) is mandatory

– For work permit, especially in Dubai, no police clearance certificate (PCC) is required

– Post covid, it is mandatory to take travel insurance, all the visa prices below are inclusive of insurance.

30 Days Tourist E-Dubai Tourism + Insurance (Covid) – 430 AED

30 Days Tourist E-Dubai Tourism (Express) + Insurance (Covid) – 630 AED

90 Days Tourist E-Dubai Tourism + Insurance (Covid) – 1640 AED

30 Days Multiple Entry Tourist E-Dubai Tourism + Insurance (Covid) – 1820 AED

90 Days Job Seeker E-Dubai Tourism + Insurance (Covid) – 3200 AED

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