UAE Multiple Entry Tourist visa is one of the most useful prepaid visa types that helps UAE visitors make several entries within a given period of time. However, some travellers are confused with another type of UAE visit visas. Here is the guide to answer your questions related to multi-entry visas.
The UAE immigration authority has recently eliminated the grace period for prepaid visit visas, which used to be granted for a duration of 10 days. Instead, prepaid visa holders now have the option of choosing either a 30-day or 60-day visa. When you reach the completion of chosen visa duration, we are urging you to exit, extend or do Airport to airport visa change or boarder run & get an express visa to avoid overstaying fines or absconding
It's one type of UAE Tourist visa allowing visitors to enter 7 Emirates (UAE) multiple times within the given time frame (30 days & 60 days). The applicant or else a UAE resident may contact a tourism company like ours or an airline or a hotel that can process a visa and provide the relevant documents along with the payment. Within 1-3 days, the visitor gets a copy of the e-visa, which has validity for 60 days to use (within 60 days, have to enter UAE for the first time).
Unlike other country multi-entry visas UAE multi-entry visa, works differently. UAE multiple-entry visa can be used only for 30 or 60 days from the first entry date.
Example: Saudi Arabia 90 days multi-entry visa can be used over a year.
Send us a clear color scan copy of yours, a photo of the applicant with a white background and the residence visa page of the referee via WhatsApp Messenger. In some cases, extra documents may be needed, and if so, you will be advised by your consultant.
Make the payment via bank transfers or by visiting our office.
Your new multiple-entry visa copy will be sent to you via WhatsApp within 24 to 48 hours after the payment has been settled.
You can find 2 types of on-arrival multiple entry visas to UAE, stamps at UAE airports;
If you are in the below list of countries or territories, your passport will be stamped with a multiple entry 90-day visa, which is valid for 6 consecutive months from the date of issue, and you can stay 90 days total. Whenever the 90-day on-arrival multiple entry visa has been fully utilized, then you can apply for a pre-arranged visit visa (Pre-paid and pre-approved).
|Czech Republic||Denmark||El Salvador|
|Romania||Russian Federation||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
If you hold a Mexican passport, you are eligible for UAE multiple entry 180-day visit visa stamps on-arrival, which is valid for 6 months from the date of issue, and you can stay 180 days in total.
No, multiple entry visa holders aren’t eligible for 10 days grace period.
No, it is not possible to check online, and you have to manually calculate by the entries you made during your visits to UAE. You can use the days between two dates calculator & Include the end date in the calculation (1 day is added) while placing the dates. For Example, your first entry was December 15, 2019, and you stayed until January 27, 2019 then, you travelled to Germany and came back to UAE on February 05, 2019 and left on February 28, 2019. Now how many days now left behind? Your first entry was December 15, 2019 and your last day to use the multiple entry visa would be 13 March, 2020 (From and including: Sunday, 15 December 2019 to and including: Friday, 13 March 2020 Result is 90 days) and how many times days left behind isn't considered. Your last day will be 13 March 2020.
Same as above, you can't check online and need to check manually. You are eligible for multiple entry 90 days Tourist Visa & valid for 6 months from the day your enter UAE.
Yes, you can extend your visa for 30 days the same visa through the visa sponsor by paying an extension fee.
You can extend the same to 2 times.
Yes, through inside country visa with the status change, you can obtain a new 30 days or 60 days multiple entry visa according to your preference.
No, you can't do 90 days. You, can do 60 days single or multi-entry with the new visa reforms
Yes, even though your visa is not expired, if you exit the country in the immigration system records, it will show up, and You can apply for a new visa and get it approved to re-enter again with a new visa. Not that when you are applying for the new visa, your previous Tourist Visa will be automatically getting cancelled
No, multiple entry visa holders are not eligible for getting 10 days grace period.
In UAE immigration (Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah or other emirates), all visa fees are the same for both Adults and Kids despite their age. Therefore, Single entry UAE visas and Multiple entry UAE visas fee remain the same for each applicant. But, during the summer (July 15 till September 15) UAE government offers a a discounts for children’s tourist visas in accordance with a Cabinet decision passed in July 2018. During this period, if the kid's visa is applied along with parent/parent's application, the visa will be a free for the child applicant. (However, Service charges will apply if the visas have been applied through a tourism company, airline or hotel)
It depends on how busy the respective system is during the time you apply for the visa. Generally, both immigrants issue visas faster, and rates are almost the same. Depending on your nationality, you can check with your visa sponsor what’s the best place to apply for your visa.
Usually, travellers obtain a UAE multiple entry visa without travel insurance. At this moment, due to the sudden spread of coronavirus, the UAE authority asked to get travel insurance that covers covid 19.