Dubai Visa From Germany

Update - 08th June, 2023

Switch Germany’s Bavarian Alps and Gothic Cathedrals for Dubai’s barren desert and the Jumeirah Mosque with a Dubai visa from Germany. Apart from discussing the top things to do in Dubai, this comprehensive guide will also explain the procedure to get a visit visa for German passport holders, the price, necessary documents, and extension procedures. It will also cover some remarkable hotels to stay at and some restaurants you shouldn’t miss when visiting Dubai.

Do I need to apply for a Dubai visa from Germany?

No, Germany passport holders don’t need to apply for a prepaid Dubai Visa from Germany because they are eligible for a 90-day on-arrival visa.


Dubai Visa From Germany Application Procedure

Are you trying to get a Dubai visa from Germany? Arabiers guarantees continuous assistance and guidance from our representatives if you apply for your prepaid Dubai visa from Germany.

1. Send the Documents

Scan the required documents in colour and send them to our WhatsApp account along with a picture of yourself against a white background.

dubai visa from Germany
Dubai Visa from Germany

2. Settle the Payment

The Arabiers representative handling your visa will provide you with a link for safe payment. Send us the receipt once your payment has been completed as verification.

3. Visas Sent to You

After we receive payment, we will send your visa for processing. Within 24 to 48 hours, you will receive a soft copy of your visa over WhatsApp.

Dubai Visa from Germany

Types of Dubai Visa From Germany

90-Day on arrival visa

Who is it for?
Dubai visa for German citizens

This 90 day on-arrival visa is stamped free of charge during entry at the Dubai International Airport or any other Dubai land border or airport. This is a multiple-entry visa with a validity period of 6 months from the issue date. The 90-day visa allows the holder to stay in Dubai with multiple entries for a total of 90 days within 6 months.

Dubai visa requirements for German citizens

As a German citizen, you must also fulfil the following criteria to be eligible for the 90-day on arrival visa.

  • Your passport must have at least 6 months of validity
  • You must have a confirmed return flight ticket to Germany or a different destination

Documents needed

The procedure to apply for a Dubai visa from Germany, especially if you are taking the on-arrival visa, is simple. There are no documents needed, only your passport is needed at Dubai airport immigration to stamp your visa.

Dubai on arrival Visa Price

The on-arrival Dubai visa from Germany is issued free of charge.

Grace Period

There is no grace period for the 90 day on-arrival Dubai visa for German citizens.

Extending Dubai visa for Germany nationals

1. Express visa
You can apply for an express visa with Arabiers to stay longer. Contact us via Whatsapp or drop by our office for continuous guidance from our visa consultants. With our Express Visa process, you can get your new visa within 4 to 8 hours. You can self-drive to the Oman border, wait for the new express visa to be issued(after the exit stamp has been stamped on your passport) and return with your new visa. You can check our dubai express visa service page for more details about the express visa.

2. Airport to airport
The airport to airport visa change allows you to extend your visa by flying to a neighbouring country and re-entering with a new Dubai visa. This package benefits applicants because it is time-saving and not as complicated as flying back to Germany to return to Dubai. An airport-to-airport visa changing package can be easily reserved by getting in touch with Arabiers via Whatsapp or by visiting any of our offices.

14-day on arrival visa

Who is it for?
Indian Nationals holding Germany Residence visa

If you are an Indian holding a Germany residence visa valid for at least 6 months, you are eligible for a 14-day paid on-arrival visa. This single-entry visa is stamped during entry at Dubai International Airport and is not issued for Indians who don’t hold a German residence visa.

Dubai visa requirements for 14-day Dubai on-arrival visa

You must meet the following requirements to be qualified for a 14-day on arrival visa:

  • Hold a valid residence permit for Germany (valid for at least 6 months)
  • Own a passport with a minimum six-month remaining validity
  • Booked a return flight to Germany or another other destination

Documents needed

Your original passport is the only document needed to stamp the visa at Dubai Airport Immigration.

14-day Dubai on arrival Visa Price

Pay 120 AED/ 30.43 Euro(subject to change)

Grace period

There is no grace period for the 14-day on arrival visa.

Extending Dubai visa for 14-day Dubai on-arrival visa

1. Extending current visa for 14 more days
The 14-day on-arrival visa can be extended for an extra 14 days by paying an additional cost of AED 250/63.40 Euro. This visa can only be extended once. If you want to stay longer you will have to apply for an Express visa or a Prepaid visa

2. Apply for a Dubai prepaid visa
Do you plan to stay longer in Dubai? Your best option is to apply for a 30-day or 60-day prepaid visa. Contact Arabiers via Whatsapp to experience a hassle-free prepaid visa application procedure.

Prepaid Dubai Visit Visa from Germany

Who is it for?
German entry permit holders

Are you a foreign national working or studying in Germany? Want to go on vacation or visit Dubai? Whether your purpose of visit is leisure, education, or to meet family, a prepaid Dubai visa from Germany is the perfect option. You can choose between a 30-day or 60-day prepaid visa depending on the purpose and length of your visit.

Types of Dubai Prepaid Visa

Visa Type 30-day single-entry 60-day single-entry 30-day multiple-entry 60-day multiple-entry
Permitted stay duration 30 days 60 days 30 days(within first day of entry) 60 days(within first day of entry)
Validity period for entry 58 days
Grace Period no
Extension Yes
1st Extension(with extra charge) 30 days 30 days - -
2nd Extension(with extra charge) 30 days 30 days - -

Visa requirements for Dubai visit visa from Germany

Make sure you meet the following requirements before you apply for dubai visa from germany:

  • Your passport has at least 6 months validity
  • You have a confirmed return ticket to the Germany or any other destination

Documents needed

Make sure you have the necessary supporting documents before continuing with your Dubai visa online from Germany application:

  • Clear scanned colour copy of your passport
  • Clear scanned copy of Germany entry permit
  • A recent coloured photograph was taken with a white background.
  • If travelling with kids, their birth certificate and photos
  • Pakistani nationals also include Pakistan ID back and front, along with passport signature page

Dubai Visa Price

  • 30 Days single entry dubai visa 30 Days
  • 30 Days single entry dubai visa Single Entry
489 AED
124.01 Euro
  • 60 Days single entry dubai visa 60 Days
  • 60 Days single entry dubai visa Single Entry
689 AED
173.96 Euro
  • 30 Days Multiple entry dubai visa 30 Days
  • 30 Days Multiple entry dubai visa Multiple Entry
990 AED
251.06 Euro
  • 60 Days Multiple entry dubai visa 60 Days
  • 60 Days Multiple entry dubai visa Multiple Entry
1190 AED
301.78 Euro

*prices are subject to change

Grace period

In a recent development, the UAE immigration has eliminated the grace period previously provided to prepaid visit visa holders, which typically lasted for 10 days. Individuals now can opt for prepaid visas with durations of either 30 or 60 days. It is crucial for visa holders to be aware that once their chosen duration expires, they must take immediate action to either extend their visa or depart the country in order to prevent penalties for overstaying or the potential consequences of absconding.

Extending Prepaid Dubai visa

1. Extending a current prepaid visa
The single entry 30-day visa may be renewed twice for an extra 30+30 days period by paying a fee. The 60-day single entry visa can also be extended twice for 30 + 30 days by paying an extra fee. However, the Multiple entry visas cannot be extended. If you wish to extend your current visa, get in touch with Arabiers via WhatsApp, or you can stop by our office to submit an application for this extension.


Recent Changes

Several modifications have been made after October 2022 due to the Dubai government's implementation of an improved visa system.

Standardised Overstay Fine

According to a recent statement from the Dubai ICP, the normal fine for overstaying is 50 AED per day. Overstaying fines are imposed when a visa holder stays past the permitted amount of time or the visa's expiration date. Depending on the type of visa, your overstaying fees will accumulate once the grace period or expiration date has elapsed.

60-day Visa

On October 3, 2022, the ICP introduced the 60-day visit visa when the updated rules were enacted. Visitors can stay in Dubai for up to two months with this visa, according to immigration.

Increase in ICP

The cost of all services, including Emirates IDs, visit visas, and resident visas, has increased by AED 100, according to the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs, and Port Security (ICP).

Exit Permit When Leaving from Dubai

To leave Dubai by plane, you must get a departure permit, which costs 200–300 AED and is available at the Al Awir immigration office, the immigration desk at the airport, or the land border.


Dubai Embassy in Germany

Embassy in Berlin

Hiroshimastraße 18, 10785 Berlin, Germany

Opens Monday–Friday 9AM–4PM

+49 (0) 30 516516

+49 (0) 30 516 51-900


Consular Office

Telephone Information:
9:30AM - 12:30PM

Document Submission:
9:30AM - 12:30PM

Document Collection:
2:30PM - 3:30PM



Consulate General in Munich

Lohengrinstrasse 21, 81925 Munich, Germany

Working Hours:
Monday – Friday 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

+49 (0) 89 4120010



What To Do in Dubai?

Dubai is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, attracting millions of visitors each year. The city has something to offer everyone, from luxury experiences, adventure sports, family-friendly attractions, and vibrant nightlife. Despite its modernity, Dubai has retained its cultural heritage and is home to several museums showcasing the history and culture of Dubai. Additionally, it is home to some of the most iconic landmarks in the world, which is why we have compiled a list of some things you can do to make your Dubai visa from Germany even more worthwhile.

Dubai Visa from Germany

1. Swim with sharks at Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo
Dubai Aquarium, located on the main floor of the huge Dubai Mall, features a 10-million-litre water tank filled with over 33,000 unique aquatic animals, including one of the world's largest crocodiles. Observe marine species of all sizes from the tunnel's bottom surface, which is 11 metres high and 48 metres long. Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the underwater observatory with the Researcher Experience, or combine it with a glass-bottom boat excursion with the Explorer Experience. If you're courageous enough, you can feed and even swim with rays and sharks and say hello to one of the most dangerous sea critters - safely within a dive cage.

2. Hold on for dear life with a 4×4 dune bashing adventure in a desert safari
If you're looking for something thrilling and daring that you can't find at home, look no further. Strap yourself into a 4x4 and let the driver roar up, down, and around the dunes at breakneck speed. Mix that with a slow-paced camel ride, dune bashing, and sandboarding. Finish the day in a more relaxed manner by indulging in a scrumptious BBQ buffet and cold beverages. Traditional Bedouin activities such as belly dancing, fire dancing, and falconry can be experienced and participated in.

3. Spend an afternoon at the kid-friendly OliOli®
The interactive OliOli Museum blends fun and education, exciting the senses through a plethora of innovative, child-focused activities and games. In this colourful and instructive environment, kids can build, create, play, and experiment in this family-friendly attraction. They can safely explore, swing, and bounce at the massive Toshi's Net. Kids may learn engineering and physics concepts in a fascinating and hands-on way at The Water Gallery. They can construct hurricane-proof rockets and hovercrafts or explore Future Park's limitless construction opportunities. The toddlers' gallery is equipped to handle smaller youngsters as well. The staff is constantly on hand to keep the youngsters entertained, giving the parents a chance to relax and enjoy a well-earned rest.

4. Walk on a cracking glass floor at Burj Khalifa
Climb 830 meters (2,723 feet) to the top of the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai's architectural masterpiece. The construction of this 160-story glass-clad tower cost $1.5 billion, and it has since drawn millions of tourists, particularly to the observation decks on levels 124 and 125, as well as the outdoor patio on the 148th floor. The latest feature on the 125th level is a nerve-wracking virtual reality experience that involves walking on a glass floor that cracks with every step. Sensors power this lifelike simulation; you are merely walking on high-resolution panels. However, be aware, as this is not for the faint of heart!

5. Illuminate the night at Dubai Garden Glow
The imaginative and immersive Dubai Garden Glow in Zabeel Park is a visual treat and the first of its kind in the Middle East. This glow park has over a million LED lights and four distinct themes: magic, art, ice, and dinosaurs. The extensive collection of one-of-a-kind, magical light sculptures is unmatched. Artists have produced enormous shimmering jellyfish, seductive love tunnels, and even a vicious T-Rex.

6. Spot colourful fish at The Lost Chambers Aquarium
Fly in a hot air balloon over the brilliantly orange desert of Dubai at daybreak for a calming and thrilling experience. Flights offer birds-eye-views of the desert, so watch for camels and gazelles grazing the sands—but you may have to squint at 4,000 feet. Dubai Desert Conservation Area, the last of the nation's desert wilderness, is home to threatened species, including the Arabian leopard and Arabian oryx. The Giant Long-horned Beetle, one of the biggest beetles in the world, lives there, as do hedgehogs, bats, and vipers.

7. Soar above the desert in a hot air balloon
Fly in a hot air balloon over the brilliantly orange desert of Dubai at daybreak for an experience that is both calming and thrilling. Flights offer birds-eye-views of the desert, so keep an eye out for camels and gazelles grazing the sands—but you may have to squint at 4,000 feet. Dubai Desert Conservation Area, the last of the nation's desert wilderness, is home to threatened species including the Arabian leopard and Arabian oryx. The Giant Long-horned Beetle, one of the biggest beetles in the world, lives there,as do hedgehogs, bats, and vipers.


Where to Stay in Dubai?

Dubai is renowned for its luxury, comfort, and extraordinary experiences. There are upscale eateries, excellent service, and futuristic-looking hotels that can accommodate any requirement. Some of the top places to stay in Dubai are listed here. But you are always free to choose another option or ask the Arabiers staff handling you for a recommendation for a decent hotel in Dubai.

Dubai Visa from Germany

1. The Palace Downtown Hotel in Downtown Dubai
Conveniently located near some of Dubai's top attractions, such as the Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa, and Dubai Opera, the hotel has 242 rooms with balconies that overlook either the Old Town, Dubai Fountain, or Burj Lake. The interior strikes a perfect balance between modern design and Middle Eastern architectural elements.

The breakfast buffet highlights the hotel's culinary capabilities and serves everything from pastries to freshly-pressed juices. You can choose your favourite from seven different cuisines at the hotel's restaurants, including, but not limited to, Thai, South American, and Emirati. Suppose you have a Dubai visa from Germany for business. In that case, you will benefit from the high-tech indoor and outdoor conference rooms that are tastefully decorated and have all the latest gadgets.

One and Only the Palm

2. One and Only the Palm
The Palm is a private haven on the Palm Jumeirah and is ideal for a trip with your special someone. The elegant Andalusian architecture, with its fine carvings, colonnaded walkways, and flickering lanterns around the landscaped gardens, reminds Grenada's Alhambra. The guest rooms, which start at 700 square feet, are among the largest in Dubai and come with spacious marble bathrooms and sea view terraces. The private pool apartments, which are only a few steps from the sand, are ideal for couples, while families will feel perfectly at home in the two-bedroom beachfront villas.

Relax all day by the sapphire pool, which has air-conditioned cabanas with minibars, sunbeds, and indoor/outdoor showers.

Mandarin Oriental Dubai

3. Mandarin Oriental Dubai
There are several beachfront hotels in Dubai, but few can rival the Mandarin Oriental, which debuted in 2019 on a private stretch of Jumeirah, for glitz and location. The hotel is brand-new and gleaming, and the lobby is lined with rows of towering bronze trees with crystal lights in the shapes of leaves, creating a sparkling fairy forest that leads to the beach. One of the six restaurants in the hotel, Tasca, is run by José Avillez, a Portuguese chef who formerly worked at Lisbon's Belcanto restaurant, which has two Michelin stars.

The St. Regis Downtown, Dubai

4. The St. Regis Downtown, Dubai
The St. Regis Downtown, situated on the vast Dubai Water Canal, mixes the spirit of its New York sister hotel with the best that the city's up-and-coming Downtown financial area has to offer. From the Burj Khalifa, the tallest structure in the world, to the Dubai Mall, the largest retail mall in the world, every famous monument is conveniently located nearby. Inside, a Middle Eastern perspective gives the design a traditional feel. The rooms are large and have floor-to-ceiling windows with views of either the Burj Khalifa or the Dubai Water Canal—both excellent choices—and access to the renowned St. Regis butler service. The hotel also boasts the region's first St. Regis Spa, which is impressively dispersed throughout six therapeutic suites and a Hammam. Since we are in Dubai, signature services include a detoxifying 24-carat gold facial, floating pod therapy, and a traditional Moroccan Hammam.

XVA Art Hotel

5. XVA Art Hotel
This lovely hideaway is one of Old Dubai's cultural gems, tucked away among the picturesque lanes of the Al Fahidi Heritage District. The 15-room boutique hotel, once the residence of a famous merchant family, is located inside a traditional Emirati villa with sandy-toned stucco and towering wind towers, the region's first form of air conditioning.

The Bedouin-inspired textiles and original artwork created by local artisans on exhibit in the art gallery, gift store, and uniquely designed guest rooms are further ways that Dubai's heritage is highlighted. The XVA Café, a courtyard shaded by vines serving vegetarian Middle Eastern food in the centre of the hotel, is a must-try in the summer. The souks of Old Dubai are just waiting to be discovered beyond the hotel's ornately carved wooden doors. For a genuine and unforgettable experience, traverse Dubai Creek in a traditional wooden boat or abra.


Where to Eat in Dubai?

Whether you're craving a classic burger or a slice of cheesecake, Dubai offers a variety of options to pick from. It doesn’t matter if you are in the mood for a five-star four course meal or a juicy meatloaf, the city’s portfolio of restaurants will leave you wishing you had an eating capacity to match it. You definitely shouldn’t miss out on delicious food after getting your Dubai visa from Germany.

German Restaurants in Dubai

Brothaus Bakery Bistro

Brothaus Bakery Bistro
The Pullman Downtown Dubai hotel's Brothaus Bistro and Bakery offers you exquisite breakfasts, freshly baked bread, and delectable meals you'll enjoy in a wooded, green setting that makes you feel at home. You should try either the Brothaus Bregel or their Eggs Benedict. The restaurant also serves numerous lunch options, from salads to soups. The large floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views of the Dubai Water Canal while letting in natural light, making the cosy and welcoming interior even more attractive.

The Tap House

The Tap House
This restaurant, located in the Club Vista Mare on Palm Jumeirah, serves a variety of German beers and traditional German dishes like schnitzel, sausages, and potato salad. This gastropub is known for its relaxed and casual atmosphere, craft beers, and delicious food. They also host live music performances and other events throughout the week, making it a popular spot for both locals and tourists. The stylish and modern interior features a mix of exposed brick walls, polished concrete floors, and wooden accents.

International Restaurants in Dubai


This Italian eatery, part of the Four Seasons Resort Dubai, is well-known for its homemade pasta and traditional Italian fare. Savour authentic and well-known meals, including pasta with lobster, calamari in tomato sauce, gelato, various kinds of cheese, and an extensive wine list. The staff's friendliness, good service, and interior contribute to the restaurant's overall atmosphere.

Zheng He's

Zheng He's
Named after the well-known Chinese explorer Zheng He, who traveled throughout the world during the Ming Dynasty in the 15th century and discovered the Indian Ocean and other regions. It offers a contemporary twist on traditional Chinese cuisine and is housed within the Jumeirah Mina A'Salam hotel. Fresh ingredients and creative cooking methods produce dishes that are aesthetically pleasing and tasty. Together with a selection of dim sum selections, the menu offers a variety of meals from other parts of China, including Sichuan, Cantonese, and Shanghai.


Nobu Dubai is a well-known eating spot in Dubai for those seeking top-notch Japanese food with a contemporary touch. The establishment frequently ranks as one of Dubai's top dining establishments. The minimalist décor of Nobu Dubai is sleek and modern, allowing the breathtaking views of the Arabian Gulf to take centre stage. Celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa, the creator of Nobu, is known for fusing South American and Japanese ingredients to create a unique cuisine. Numerous of Nobu's hallmark dishes, such as the miso-marinated black cod and the jalapeno-infused yellowtail sashimi, are offered on the menu. Together with a wide selection of hot and cold food, the restaurant also offers a substantial sushi and sashimi menu.


The JW Marriott Marquis's Prime 68, a classic steakhouse, offers panoramic city views. The menu features premium steak cuts, seafood, and other German specialties. Also, the restaurant has a sizable wine list, and their cheesecake will transport you to dessert paradise. The crew offers excellent service and is very attentive.The restaurant is perfect for special occasions or for anyone looking for a truly exceptional dining experience in Dubai.


Major Airlines Operating

There are several major airlines that operate flights from Germany to Dubai. Other airlines that operate flights to Dubai from Germany include Turkish Airlines, KLM, and Air France. Here are some popular airlines that operate between Dubai and other German cities.


There are several major airlines that operate flights from Germany to Dubai. Other airlines that operate flights to Dubai from Germany include Turkish Airlines, KLM, and Air France. Here are some popular airlines that operate between Dubai and other German cities.


This is the national airline of Germany and offers daily flights from Frankfurt and Munich to Dubai. Lufthansa also offers a direct flight from Munich Airport (MUC) to Dubai International Airport (DXB), with a flight time of approximately 6 hours. Lufthansa is the largest airline in Germany and the country's flag carrier. Lufthansa operates a modern and diverse fleet of aircraft, including the Airbus A320 family, Airbus A330, Airbus A340, Boeing 747-8, and Boeing 777 aircraft.

Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways
This airline offers daily flights from Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, and Stuttgart to Dubai, with a layover in Doha. Passengers on Qatar Airways flights can enjoy various amenities, including inflight entertainment, complimentary meals and drinks, and comfortable seating. It is Qatar's national airline, based at Hamad International Airport in Doha.


This airline offers daily flights from Frankfurt, Munich, and Düsseldorf to Dubai, with a layover in Abu Dhabi. Etihad Airways is known for its high standards of service and hospitality and has won numerous awards for its service and reliability. Etihad Airways is the national airline of the United Arab Emirates and is based in Abu Dhabi.

Turkish Airlines

Turkish Airlines
Turkish Airlines is the national airline of Turkey and operates flights from several cities in Germany to Dubai, Dubai. The airline offers multiple daily flights from major German cities such as Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, and Düsseldorf, with a stopover in Istanbul. The airline is a member of the Star Alliance airline alliance, a global network of airlines offering passengers access to a wide range of destinations and benefits.


Jobs Suitable for German Nationals

Dubai is renowned for its thriving economy and labour market, offering numerous opportunities across numerous industries. Considering that Dubai has a significant need for skilled professionals across a wide range of industries, looking into employment prospects in Dubai may be worthwhile.Here are some popular job sectors for German nationals in Dubai

Hotel Manager
German nationals with experience in hotel management can find job opportunities in luxury hotels, resorts, and other hospitality establishments in Dubai. The hospitality sector is a major industry in Dubai, with a wide range of job opportunities for German nationals with experience in the hospitality industry. Some popular companies in this industry include Jumeirah Group, Atlantis, The Palm, and Hilton Worldwide.

IT project manager
With many companies implementing technology projects, there are opportunities for German nationals with experience in IT project management. An IT program manager is responsible for managing a project portfolio, ensuring it is completed on time, within budget, and meets business objectives. German nationals can find job opportunities in Dubai with large organisations and multinational companies. Other job roles may include program manager or IT director.

Clinical Laboratory technologists
German nationals with experience in medical technology, such as radiology, laboratory science, and nuclear medicine, may find job opportunities in Dubai. Clinical laboratory technologists perform diagnostic tests on patient samples and analyse the results. They also maintain laboratory equipment and ensure that laboratory safety standards are met. German nationals with experience in clinical laboratory technology can find job opportunities in Dubai with hospitals and medical clinics.

Investment banker
Dubai has a well-established investment banking industry that is still growing. There are many opportunities for German nationals with experience in this field. An investment banker is a professional who provides financial advice and services to individuals, companies, and governments regarding the purchase and sale of securities and other financial transactions. Investment banking is a well-established industry in Dubai, and it offer some

Cloud architect
Many cloud computing jobs are available in Dubai, as the region is rapidly adopting cloud technologies and moving towards digital transformation. A cloud architect is a professional responsible for designing and overseeing the implementation of cloud computing solutions for businesses. They are responsible for understanding a company's IT requirements and designing a scalable, reliable, and secure cloud infrastructure that meets them. They work closely with stakeholders, including developers, IT managers, and business leaders, to ensure that the cloud infrastructure meets the company's needs and goals. German nationals with experience in this area may find job opportunities as cloud architects, engineers, or consultants.



German nationals don’t need to apply for a prepaid Dubai visa from Germany before flying to Dubai because they are eligible for a free 90-day on-arrival visa. Indians holding a German residence visa (with at least six months validity) are eligible for a paid 14-day on-arrival visa. Depending on their nationality, German residents must apply for a prepaid visa.
You can apply for a Dubai visa from Germany by messaging Arabiers via WhatsApp. Our representatives will assist you with the visa procedure.