Five types of visa arrangements can be made to get 60 days to visit in UAE. You can choose with arrangement depending on your passport.
You can get 90 Days on arrival which will allow you to stay for 60 days in UAE if you are a passport holder from the following countries; Argentina, Austria, Bahamas Islands, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, etc.,
You will get your passport stamped at the immigration office for 90 days. You don’t need to pre-arrange. You will require presenting your passport at the point of entry in UAE and get the visa.
If you are a passport holder of any of the following countries, you can get 30 Days on arrival, which comes with an option of extending another 30 days and thus having the 60 days stay.
The countries are; Andorra, Australia, Brunei, Canada, China, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Kazakhstan, Macau, and China.
You can get the 180 days visa on arrival if you're a Mexican passport holder and stay for 60 days in UAE. Even though you will not have completed the 180 days, you will exit the country hassle-free.
Indians with a Green card or USA/Europe visit visa qualify for the 14 days on arrival visa, but you can stay for 60 days in UAE.
You can enter UAE using the 14 days arrival visa but change your visa without exiting the country and get 3 months visa which will allow you to stay for 60 days in UAE.
If you plan to visit UAE for 60 days, but you are not a passport holder of the countries mentioned above, you arrange for 90 days or 3 months visit visa.
You choose the visa services processing time based on why you travel to UAE and when you need it.
The standard time to process a visa under this service is 24 - 72 business hours.
Those who have to travel urgently or have unplanned travel on the cards can apply for Express service. The time taken to process a visa under this service is 8-9 business hours.
It is important to understand overstaying fine & grace period for each category of UAE visa. If you qualify for the 90 days visa on arrival, you can stay for 90 days and 10 days grace period. You cannot extend your stay by changing your visa or exiting the country. But if you plan to stay days, they are more than enough.
On-arrival and pre-paid nationals with a 30-day visa have a 10-day grace period after which they are required to either change their visa status or leave the country and reenter it to be granted another 30-day stay in the UAE.
The grace period does not apply to people who are citizens of the European nations that were listed earlier.
If the person overstays beyond the grace period, he will be subject to a fine of 100 AED per day for the second day onwards and a total of 200 AED for the first day of overstaying after the grace period has passed. You will be required to pay a service fee of one hundred AED at the time of departure.You would be subject to a fine of 100 AED per day that you overstay your visa if you choose to extend your stay within the nation by going with a visa that did not require you to leave the country.
And above citizens are eligible for a pre-paid visa extension once they have exhausted their 90-day visa on arrival, which is good for a total of 6 months.
Oman Visa Run Visa Change, also referred to as border run or border hop, is where you, to have a visa change, are required to exit the country and enter again. Here you get to exit UAE to Oman and reenter and get a new visa.
For a visit visa to the UAE, you must cross the border after the initial 30 days to access the country for an additional 30 days.
This approach is quite suitable for visitors to the UAE with an on-arrival visa who want to prolong their stay by applying for a new visa.
If you are planning to stay in UAE for a long time, the best option is to change your visit visa to a residence visa to extend your stay for a longer period.
If you are a national of the United States who is entering the country on a pre-paid or on-arrival visa and your visit visa is about to expire, you can either extend it or convert it into a residence visa.