Oman visa run Sharing
With the new boarder regulations individual only can drive to oman boarder & our service Oman visa run service has been suspended from January 06, 2022. We can assist any one going to Oman boarder by them self we can assist express 60 days visa with in 4-8 hours
A visa run is the process of travelling out of UAE border limits to Oman and re-entering UAE after getting a new visa. This process is highly suitable for individuals visiting the UAE with 30 days on-arrival visa and wish to extend their stay more. A visa run is also used to change the visa status of a visitor to resident or vice versa. Many individuals who find a job while holding a visit visa can get a resident visa change by doing an Oman Visa run with the lower cost visa run.
Oman visa run is very useful and economical for the the nationalities getting 30 days on arrival visa to UAE, here is the list of nationals who can exit and come back again on a 30 days visa.
|Canada||China||Hong Kong, China|
|New Zealand||Republic of Ireland||San Marino|
|Singapore||Ukraine||United Kingdom and Northern Ireland|
|United States of America||Vatican City|
Below list of nationals when arriving to UAE getting free 90 days on arrival & its a multiple entry visa which is valid for 6 month. Even though you stayed 90 days in total in side UAE, the 6 month validity will be still applicable once & you need to obtain prepaid visa to continue your stay. Doing Oman visa run not going to possible on a sharing basis or you need to do a private trip & get an express 30 or 60 days visa. Some times the approval of your prepaid UAE visas not always guaranteed will be ready in the same day. So below nationals usually driving by them self and waiting for the new visa in the boarder or opting for Airport to airport visa change or visa change without exit
|Czech Republic||Denmark||El Salvador|
|Romania||Russian Federation||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
As per a recent press release in which the Royal Oman Police requested visitors to apply for an Oman Visa in advance. This is an initiative in reducing the time spent by making it possible to fill the online form through the ROP (Royal Oman Police) Website. This reduces the backlog of visa forms to be re-typed at submission. To ensure a successful visa process make sure to apply for your Oman Visa at least 5 days before your scheduled visa run date. Follow the steps mentioned below and you will be set for a hassle-free Oman Visa run.
Sign up and visit the home pageof Royal Oman Police Visa website
Apply for the visa by selecting the unsponsored visa option
Fill up the requested details along with your nationality and continue to the next step
complete the online payment process for your Oman Visa. The price of your Oman Visa may vary between 5 Omani Riyals (47 AED) to 50 Omani Riyals (476 AED) depending on the type of visa.
Save the copy of your e-Oman tourist visa which will be processed and sent to your ROP account within 1 to 4 working days.
If you are driving your family or parents to the Oman border to change the visa status, then you need to get an Oman visa for you too. Since you are a working resident of UAE and possess a residence visa page, the profession listed on the residence page will influence your visa. Look at the list of professions in the entry visa for foreign residents in a GCC states
Overstaying fines are calculated on a day-basis where you will be charged 350 AED for the first day and 100 AED per day from the second day onwards. To reduce the chances of these happening use a calendar to calculate the date you should be leaving by regarding your entry date as the first day of stay.
If you are driving to the Sultanate of Oman, then its mandatory to have car insurance as it will be checked by the immigration officials at the border. If your vehicle is from a rental, then you will require written permission from the rental company stating their acceptance of you taking the car across the border (they might charge you for this letter). Although a photocopy of the vehicle’s registration was accepted, the updated rule is to produce the vehicle’s original registration (which most rental companies aren’t willing to handout). If the vehicle is your own but does not have insurance in Oman, you can purchase a third-party insurance package at any of the insurance offices situated near the Oman border. These packages cost roughly 90 AED and provide insurance for a minimum of 5 days. Make sure to have a letter of acceptance from the owner of the vehicle if you are borrowing a vehicle for the Visa run. Although it is not a mandatory requirement bring it along to be on the safe side.
ATMs are available at the Omani Border.
Individuals who have applied for the pre-paid express visa can get their visa printed at the border. All you need to do is email them the document and they will print it for a charge of roughly 30 to 50 AED.
If you have applied for an express visa through a tourism company, you need to keep in touch with them to receive updates about your visa status. There are many data packages that are sold at the Oman border and the most cost-friendly is the 1GB for 20 AED package.
Individuals who want to extend their stay in UAE with a pre-paid visa but want to avoid the hassle, cost and time waste flying out of the country, can reap the benefit of this easy service if they can get hold of a tourism company that is well-experienced in this process. Make sure that the tourism company you choose is well-experienced in this process and can provide an express visa with assistance (if the need arises) with regards to exit issues, fines and other immigration problems. If you choose a company solely based on the cheap price of their Oman Visa Run package without taking into consideration their expertise you might face major delays or even have to spend few nights in Oman.
If you do not receive your visa within the course of the day you exit from the UAE, you will have to drive roughly 3 hours to Muscat to be able to find good rooms to spend the night.
Here are some tips that will help you choose a good company and get a clear understanding of their service and procedures:
Keep reading to educate yourself on the process of applying a prepaid UAE visit visa with the tourism company
After the UAE visa reforms, UAE has only 30 & 60 days. At Arabiers we can only do 30 days express visa single and multi entry. Soon we will be able do 60 days express visas too
Checkout the single UAE visit visa guide, multiple entry visa guide, type of visa guide, extending the UAE stay guide for more details
Use a scanner (avoid using the mobile scanning app) to get a colored softcopy of the applicant’s passport which has a minimum validity of 6 months and a colored photo of the applicant. Make sure you also have the softcopy of the referee’s residence visa page as the tourism company might request for it.
Select an ideal tourism company to issue your express visa
Make the payment directly or online
Drive to the Oman border, notify them that exit is complete and send the tourism company a photo of the exit stamp that was stamped at the border.
Wait for the visa to get issued
Receive the issued visa via WhatsApp or Email.
Print the visa, submit to immigration at Oman Border and wait for the entry seal to be stamped on your passport.
Re-enter UAE with new pre paid visa. Make sure you check on the visa terms and condition to avoid issues on your next visa run
Individuals who are driving to Hatta for their visa change and receive their new visa early can spend the rest of their time exploring Hatta with a list of entertaining Hatta things to do. Formerly known for its many desert farms and quaint historic forts, modern-day Hatta is now popular for scenic hiking routes, exciting mountain biking spots and many more activities that are mentioned in Arabiers interesting guide 37 Things to do in Hatta
Hatta is blessed with plentiful natural vistas while also being a hub of UAE’s conserved heritage. Scenic roads flanked by Rocky Mountains guide you into the Hatta town. The Hatta Fort Hotel allows you to savor the delicious views of the Hajar Mountain Range while staying or dining in their gorgeous premises. A mandatory stop in Hatta is the Hatta Dam Viewpoint that promises rolling views of the surrounding mountains and the glistening Lake. A kayaking expedition in the Hatta Lake will invigorate your mind for a dose of history served up at the Hatta Heritage Village. Look at the dioramas demonstrating life in ancient Hatta and see many restored buildings that were part of a typical Hatta village. For the bookworms, the Hatta library might prove a good stop to read up on a bit of Hatta history within the pages. Adventure lovers can also have a thrilling time by trying mountain biking in any of the many trails that offer spectacular views and are suitable for riders of all levels.
For adventure seekers, Hatta is a hive of possible activities. Mountain biking being one of the highly enjoyed activities in this hilly town, bikers of all ability levels can enjoy the scenic trails that are dedicated especially for mountain bikers to enjoy the views while having a thrill.It is also a great way to savor the surrounding environment as you will encounter rugged mountains, clear water pools, lush farmlands and maybe even a secret oasis or two. You can have a better idea of a typical mountain biking excursion by looking at our mountain-biking itinerary or even visit the Hatta Mountain Trailbike (MTB) for up-to-date details on cycling routes and more. Newbies can also get some lessons from MTB so that you can sightsee and engage in a new activity. For some extra adventure activities that can get your adrenaline pumping, don’t miss out on a visit to Hatta Wadi Hub. Up the adventure quotient by canoeing along the Hatta Dam river which promises lots of peaceful views and an exciting feeling of discovering hidden waterways as you canoe along. You can make it a full-day experience by bringing along a well-packed picnic. However, consider nature and conserve it by not leaving litter behind.
None of the routes mentioned below are in anyway superior or better than the others. It all simmers down to the route that adheres within your available time limit, your ability and consent to go the distance and your starting point. The most commonly taken routes are:
Dubai and Sharjah residents who are doing an Oman Visa run use this crossing point the most. Currently, the Hatta E44 is closed for expats so make a left turn at Al Madam-Al Malaiha road. Make a right turn at the signpost ‘Shawka’ to the E102 Sharjah-Kalba road. After driving for approximately 30 kilometers, make a right on to the E44 Hatta Road. You will get to the Al Wajajah border post roughly 3 kilometers after you cross the border. Park and complete the necessary paperwork before driving along.
Unless you have any good reason to visit the northern side of Oman, its not a highly preferred crossing point, especially for Dubai residents. It can be accessed through the E99 from the east coast of Sharjah and is the northern crossing point to mainland Oman. However, paperwork is really easy at this crossing point with the entire process taking a mere 20 minutes or so. Border guards are very friendly but do not permit rented cars to drive through unless they possess police permission to take the car over the Omani border.
Commonly used by Abu Dhabi and Al Ain residents and is the best route to take if you are driving to the south of Oman or to Nizwa. The distance between both border posts is only 1.3 kilometers making it a walkable distance during winter season.
Frequently used by heavy vehicles like trucks, this route is situated north-east of Al Ain and is preferred by some expats due to its quieter atmosphere. However, you will have to drive more than 30 kilometers across the border to get to the Oman border post at Al Wadi Jizi making it one of the longest drives for the Oman Visa run. If you enjoy long, quiet drives and have the time at your disposal you can take this route.
A roughly 2-hour long lovely drive from Downtown Dubai, drive through the E311 that’s adjoined to the E11. This is one of the scenic routes as you will be driving along the Ras Al Khaimah coastline until you get to the border. Once there, park, walk across to the Oman border and get your stamp.
You might have heard of other border crossing routes like Hili-Al Ain, Hatta E44 and Al Madheef-Buraimi. None of these are opened to expats and only allow GCC Nationals.