UAE Tourist Visa Extension Options 2023

Update - 13th March, 2023

Have you visited UAE with an on-arrival visa? Is your prepaid visa in the brink of expiry? Has your resident visa been cancelled recently? Whatever your visa situation, check out our UAE tourist visa extension options and get in touch with us for a seamless visa change service.

UAE Tourist visa extention
December 24, 2022 UAE Tourist Visa Extension reform

As of December 24, 2022, the UAE immigration of all seven Emirates have stopped issuing any in-country tourist visa extensions. From December 14 to December 24 this service was offered by the Dubai immigration which has since been terminated too. Visitors can extend their stay by leaving the country / come back or Airport to Airport visa change services

Rates for Extension options

30+10 days new tourist visa

Airport to Airport visa change return flight ticket

1490 AED

All nationals

60+10 days new tourist visa

Airport to Airport visa change return flight ticket

1790 AED

All nationals

20 days extension

Without exit

990 AED

Only for 30 days on arrival nationals

30+10 days new on arrival Oman Exit

Sharing return transfer

250 AED

Only for 30 days on arrival nationals

60 days Extension

Multiple Entry

2550 AED

For All nationals visa and change status


Extension Options For On Arrival Nationals

Valid Countries

Andorra, Australia, Brunei, Canada, China, Hong Kong-China, Japan, Kazakhstan, Macau-China, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland, San Marino, Singapore, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, United States of America, Vatican City

Want to stay longer ?

Your 30 days free on arrival visa can be extended for another 30 days, it’s a paid extension costs approximately 1090 AED. If in case you have missed to calculate still UAE government gives you 10 days grace period and given you an extension for another 20 days, altogether you get 60 days from the day 1 to exit

Step 1

If in case you do not like the long drive to Oman, you can opt for exit via airport

Step 2

Book Airport to airport visa change ticket with Arabiers – Lower cost then flying other destinations

Step 3

Fly nearest middle east country (Ex : Oman) & Exit UAE

Step 4

Fly back with in an hour to UAE

Step 5

Enter again with the 30 days on arrival or ask Arabiers Express 60 days

Step 6

Enter UAE

Valid Countries

Argentina, Austria, Bahamas Islands, Barbados, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, El-Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Kiribati, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Maldives, Malta, Montenegro, Nauru, Netherlands, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Serbia, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Uruguay.

Want to stay more
Step 1

If you are looking for lower cost option, you may contact Arabiers for this option

Step 2

Set a date of exiting after finding the last day of your on arrival

Step 3

Self drive to Oman boarder

Step 4

Exit UAE via Oman borders

Step 5

Arabiers will apply express visa 30 or 60 days

Step 6

Get the e-Visa and enter UAE

Step 1

If in case do not like the long drive, can option for exit via airport

Step 2

Book Airport to airport visa change package with Arabiers

Step 3

Fly nearest middle east country (Ex : Oman) & Exit UAE

Step 4

Fly back with in an hour to UAE

Step 5

Wait for Arabiers express 30 or 60 days e-Visa

Step 6

Enter UAE


UAE visa Extension options for Prepaid / Pre-Arranged Visa Holders

Those who are not eligible to get on arrival visas needed to arrange prepaid visa / UAE prepaid tourist visa before arriving to UAE. After prepaid visa holders arrive to UAE below are the options to extend your stay while nearing your visa expiry. We have listed below options for extending your stay in UAE

  1. 1. Renewing your UAE tourist visa – Twice
  2. 2. Dubai Visa Run to Oman
  3. 3. Airport to airport visa change

1. Renewing your prepaid tourist visa twice

If you have obtained visa from an airline or tour operator, it's a sponsored prepaid tourist visa and they can be extended twice for 30 days, the new reform yet to be clarified about this option, we will update soon

2. Dubai Visa Run to Oman

Nationals eligible to get on arrival visa to Oman using this self drive options to exit UAE via Oman boarders and reentering the UAE with the on arrival or prepaid visa, this extension method famous among the on arrival nation. All 30 days on arrival nationals get another free visa by doing this visa run and 90 days arrival national needed to get prepaid visa after exiting

3. Airport to airport visa change

Most famous option among the prepaid visa holders flying to nearest middle east airport and come back to UAE and wait for the visa and get back

Step 1

Send your documents via WhatsApp

Previous visa copy, clear colour scan of passport and photo of the applicants with a white background . Also send us residence visa page of the reference person.

Step 2

Make payment

Send us the receipt

Step 3

Book a visa change ticket

We will book a visa change ticket at the available time slots. A visa change ticket is a special ticket with a visa change stamp.

Step 4

Get exit stamp & boarding pass via WhatsApp

Reach the airport by 8am and send us a photo of your exit stamp and boarding pass before 9am. Regardless of your flight timing, the airport allows you to get your exit stamp and boarding pass early.

Step 5

Fly and come back

Fly from UAE and come back to UAE.

Step 6

Get New UAE Visa via WhatsApp

Get the new visas from us through WhatsApp.

Step 7

Enter UAE

Enter UAE with new visa.


Airport to Airport ticket only

739 AED

  • Return ticket from Dubai or Sharjah
  • No visa given

30 days airport to airport visa change

1100 AED

  • Return ticket from Dubai or Sharjah
  • Express visa for 30 days
  • Guest support online

60 days airport to airport visa change

1390 AED

  • Return ticket from Dubai or Sharjah
  • Express visa for 60 days
  • Guest support online

For Cancelled Residents

Anyone who gets their UAE Residence visa cancelled has a 30 days grace period to make their next move. The grace period is free, those who want to fly out can take up this time to prepare themselves by settling all (tenancy contracts, mobile bills, credit cards, loans & home connections) & leave. Those who are switching the job or wanted to stay a little longer to finish their issues can obtain a tourist visa with the Oman visa run, airport to airport visa change or flying somewhere and returning. Overstaying after the 30 day grace period will result in fines worth 50 AED for each day with the new rule

Because of the prevailing lockdown related to COVID 19, border closing and unavailability of flights for visa change purposes, all individuals with cancelled residence permits are choosing the inside country visa change option. In this procedure, the visa status will be changed from a cancelled resident to a tourist without the individual exiting UAE. Overstaying after the 30 day grace period will result in fines worth 125 AED for the first day and 25 AED for each subsequent day .


Reforms and Updates related to UAE visa Extension 2023 Updates

  • Febraury 06, 2023
    There is a confusion among the visitors between prepaid visa validity extension and in side extension. The validity period for a 30 or 60 day prepaid visa used to be 60 days within which duration the holder has to enter the UAE or the visa becomes invalid. The Federal Authority for Identity, Nationality, Customs and Ports Security (ICP), has introduced a new service that allows prepaid visa holders to extend this duration for an additional 60 days by paying the necessary fee while being out of UAE. Effective from February 6, 2023 onwards, this will prove helpful for visa holders who can't enter UAE within the set validity period (60 days) due to some unexpected circumstances. It can be extended (only once) More details will be provided as soon as more information is received.
    ( Source : ICP UAE)
  • January 23, 2023
    There will be a surcharge of 100 AED per service offered by the UAE ICP in accordance with the latest updates. This charge is applicable for Emirates ID, visitor visas and residents visas, to name a few.
    ( Source : ICP UAE)
  • September 27, 2022
    Travellers who have a layover in any UAE airport will be given either a 48-hour or 96-hour transit visa which cannot be renewed.
  • August 20, 2022
    Children under 16 years of age travelling to Dubai are not required to take a COVID-19 PCR test before they travel.
  • August 13, 2022
    The UAE Cabinet has planned to increase the standard stay duration from 30 days to 60 days starting from September. This step along with many other visa changes will be implemented to double the time tourists spend in the UAE.
    ( Source : The National)
  • July 19, 2022
    PCR tests need to be taken every 14 days to maintain the Green Status in the Al Hosn app was informed by the National Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA).
    ( Source : Gulf News )
  • July 09, 2022
    The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources announced that the holidays for Eid Al Adha will be from Friday, 8th July to Monday, 11th July. Eid will be celebrated on Saturday, 9th July and work will resume from Tuesday 12th July.
    ( Source : The National)
  • July 04, 2022
    Emirates advises customers to make early reservations as more than 550,000 passengers are anticipated to depart from the UAE during the summer months in June and July. The airline is advising customers to start planning their summer vacations as soon as possible to ensure they can fly on their preferred dates and flights. The airline is reporting increased daily booking volumes.
    Source : The National
  • January 03, 2022
    Visitors to Abu Dhabi from UK who intended to travel back or extend the stays urged to check this update, the United Kingdom has been removed from Abu Dhabi's green list of travel destinations. Unvaccinated passengers from the United Kingdom will be required to quarantine in a residence or hotel for ten days upon arrival in Abu Dhabi. Passengers from non-green list countries who have been vaccinated are tested upon arrival and again six days afterwards. It is not necessary for them to quarantine.
    The test-on-arrival at Abu Dhabi International Airport is free, and the day-six test is also free at any Seha clinic. This change will be effective from January 3rd 2022 onwards.
    ( Source : The National )
  • December 29, 2021
    Those who are on a tourist visa in Abu Dhabi urged to see this new update if plans to leave & come for visa change. For the month of December 2021, Abu Dhabi's Department of Culture and Tourism (DCT) Green List of countries, regions, and territories has been updated to accommodate only 73 countries from the previous 95 and has been into effect from Sunday, December 26, 2021. After arrival in Abu Dhabi, all passengers arriving from the amended 'Green List' destinations will be exempt from necessary quarantine measures. The 'Green List' of countries in Abu Dhabi is a collection of overseas territories believed to pose little risk of spreading Covid-19 into the emirate. Travellers must show a negative Covid-19 PCR test result that is valid for up to 48 hours prior to departure. Upon arrival at Abu Dhabi International Airport, passengers will be required to take another PCR test. On Day 6, vaccinated travellers on the new 'Green List' would undergo a second PCR test. Unvaccinated travellers flying from countries on the 'Green List' are obliged to take PCR tests on Days 6 and 9.
    Source : Gulf News
  • November 27, 2021
    Flights originating from Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe will be suspended from Monday(29) November onwards to prevent the spread of the new COVID-19 variants. The announcement was made by the General Civil Aviation Authority, the Supreme Council for National Security and the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority. This suspension does not affect any flights flying from the UAE to any of the above-mentioned countries.
    Source : Gulf News
  • September 19, 2021
    If you have lengthened your stay in UAE by extending your visa, you can now travel to and from Abu Dhabi without worrying about facing a COVID19 PCR test which was previously compulsory. This rule was eliminated and is effective from 19 September, 2021. From 2 July, 2020 anyone entering Abu Dhabi by road was required to show the police at the Abu Dhabi entry points a negative COVID19 PCR test certificate. Although a PCR test is no longer required to enter Abu Dhabi from Dubai, it is still important to have the “green status” in their Al Hosn App to be allowed entry into public places.
    ( Source : The National )
  • April 25, 2021
    As of April 25th 2021 Abu Dhabi has permitted travel for individuals from countries permitted in their green list. If your nationality falls under the green list, you can enter Abu Dhabi with your on arrival facility. If you are EU national and have used up your allocated 90 day on arrival stay duration and wish to revisit Abu Dhabi again, we can assist you by applying for a pre-arranged visa
    Check Green list
  • Febraury 28, 2021
    Travellers holding expired 30 day and 90 day visas will get an automatic visa extension until March 31, stated a source from the GDRFA (General Directorate of Residency and Foreign Affairs). This decision was brought about due to lockdowns and travel restrictions imposed in numerous countries due to the new strain of COVID19 virus. Further details, how it works & procedures yet to be confirmed by the authorities
    ( Source : Khaleejtimes )
  • Febraury 24, 2021
    There is a new update released by the website about the visa fine waiver for UK visitors stranded in Dubai. The update mentions that the GDRFA (The Director General of Dubai Immigration) has renounced the charging of any administrative fines until March 31, 2021 for visitors stranded in Dubai due to flight restrictions and have overstayed their permitted stay duration. Specific details about this update have not been confirmed by the UAE immigration.
    ( Source
  • February 12, 2021
    While checking travelers visa expiry dates we notice certain travelers granted free stay until first week of March 2021. Further information and specifics yet to be confirmed by UAE immigration
  • January 29, 2021
    British travellers stay will be extended without any cost. This decision was bought about after UK imposed a travel ban for travellers from UAE which takes effect from Friday, 29 January. All flights that were scheduled after 1 pm UK time will not be operating.
    ( Source :Gulf News)
  • January 07, 2021
    Tourists currently in UAE holding tourist & on arrival visas that were expired between December 19, 2020 and January15, 2021 are permitted to stay in the country until the 26th of January,2021 as permitted by the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA)
    Source : Khaleej Time
  • December 28, 2020
    Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) announces a complementary one-month extension for UAE tourist visas. He also stated that this extension is valid for all nationalities as a token of help for those who are stranded and unable to fly back to their homelands due to the discovery of a new Corona variant.
    Source : The National
  • November 17, 2020
    UAE ordered a fine waiver program, this order is applicable for individuals who have been illegally overstaying in UAE after their visit, residency or tourist visa expired before March 1 2020
    Source : Gulf Times
  • September 11, 2020
    UAE’s Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA) confirmed that the grace period given on Tuesday 11th August 2020, will end on Thursday 10th September 2020. Visitors must exit the country or change their visa status to avoid being fined whilst exiting the country or extending their stay. The fine is 200 AED for the first day and 100 AED per subsequent day from Thursday 10th September 2020.
    Source : Khaleej Times
  • August 26, 2020
    The end of the deadline for individuals holding expired UAE tourist on arrival visas is nearing. Friday 11th September 2020 is the final date for expired tourist visa holders to exit UAE. This should not be confused with the deadline for expired residence visa holders who have until Tuesday 17th November 2020. Officially it is approved for visitors to stay fine-free until Friday 11th September 2020. Visitors need to exit UAE or do a visa change to stay in the country legally.
    ( Source : Gulf News )
  • August 10, 2020
    The ICA (Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship) had given a deadline until Tuesday 11th August 2020 for those stuck in UAE because of grounded flights to exit the country. The ICA stated on Monday 10th August 2020 that this grace period will be extended for an additional 30 days, until Friday 11th September 2020. Any individual who has been stranded in the country from March should leave before this date or pay the overstay fines.
    Source : Khaleej Times
  • July 17, 2020
    The Federal Authority for identity and Citizenship (FAIC) stated on Thursday that expired Visit visa holders are requested to exit UAE before Tuesday 11th August 2020 or apply for a one month grace period.
    Source : Gulf news
  • July 13, 2020
    Tourists staying in UAE with visas expired after Sunday 1st March 2020 are given a one month grace period to exit the country or apply for a visa status change. This was announced by the Federal Authority for identity and Citizenship (FAIC) on Monday so as these individuals won't have to face the charges of overstaying fines.
    Source : Khaleej time
  • July 12, 2020
    Individuals holding a UAE tourist visa are kindly requested to exit the country within one month starting from 12th July to prevent incurring any fines. This was stated by Brig Al Kabi.
    Source : Gulf News
  • July 11, 2020
    From 11th July 2020 the grace period for visas and entry permits will depend solely on a rigorous schedule put forward by the ICA.
    ( Source : Khaleej Times )
  • July 10, 2020
    The statement that visa and entry permit validity granted from 1st March ,2020 until 31st December for individuals inside the country has been cancelled. This cancellation will be effective from 11,th July 2020 onwards.
    ( Source : Gulf News )
  • May 25, 2020
    If the individual’s residence permits or entry permits expired before 1st March 2020, they are given time until 18th August 2020 to leave the UAE without any fines. Holders of entry permits (tourist visa or on arrival) residence visas that have expired after 1st March 2020 are granted a grace period until 31st December 2020 to leave UAE without incurring any fines. This rule is exempted for individuals holding cancelled UAE Residence visas and new born babies.
    Source : Gulf News & ICA (Federal Authourity for identity and citizenship
  • May 14, 2020
    As per orders of UAE president, his Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, anyone who holds a UAE entry permits that was expired before 1st March 2020, is exempt from paying any overstay fines. These individuals will be given a 3 month grace period starting from 18th May 2020 to exit the country. The fines are exempt for both entry visas and residency visas.
    Source : Khaleej Times
  • April 14, 2020
    According to UAE Brigadier General Al Khabi: visitors who are still in the United Arab Emirates despite their tourist visas expiring before March 2020 , will get their visa validity extended until 31st December 2020.
    Source : Khaleej Time
  • April 7, 2020
    General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA), Dubai has clarified visitors concerns and it announced a fine exemption time frame is declared from 1st March until end of May 2020.
    ( Source : Khaleej Time)
  • April 1, 2020
    UAE General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) decided to exempt fines for coming 3 months for all type of UAE Residency - Residence permit holders, & tourist permit holders.
    Source : Gulf News
  • April 2, 2020
    Emirates got permission to operate flights with a limited number of passengers, it's aim to fly out & fly in to help the residents or visitors who wish to return to their home countries.
    Source : Gulf News
  • March 24, 2020
    UAE tourist entry holders waiting for good news about the government visa extension announcement. On 23rd March 2020 due to the suspension of all flights arrival and departure from UAE airports, it's expected they will be given a chance to extend the visas at a minimum fee to extend their stay in UAE without overstaying fines. Further updates will be announced within the next couple of days.
    ( Source : Khaleej Times)
  • March 19, 2020
    UAE has made a decision to suspend entry for all new entry permit holders including the permit processed before 17th March as a preventive measure against the COVID-19 pandemic. The entry of individuals holding tourist entry permit or resident entry permits have been suspended until further notice. Although the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (FAIC) stated that the ban on permit processing won't affect the permits issued before the 17th March, the organization had requested local and international airliners to not carry any passengers holding UAE entry permits.
    ( Source : Khaleej Times)
  • March 12, 2020
    Oman has halted the processing of all entry permits as a precautionary measure against COVID-19. Starting from the 15th March 2020, this decision will be upheld for a month and updated according to the current information about the pandemic. Due to this decision, any prepaid entry holders wanting to get an extension for their UAE permit have to rule out the airport to airport visa change option and the UAE visa change by bus option because both of these procedures require the visa holder to fly or drive out of UAE into Oman territory. Additionally, the Sultanate of Oman has also decided to stop the entry of cruise liners into the country. Other precautionary measures include banning of shisha in restaurants, reduction of court sessions and postponing all non-class student programs.
    ( Source : Gulfnews)
  • March 10, 2020
    Numerous flights cancelled due to the Corona virus outbreak. Roughly 60 to 80 percent of travellers have cancelled or postponed their bookings as per various travel agents in the UAE. This is due to the many travel restrictions imposed by many countries and airliners as a precautionary measure against Corona virus. Most cancellations have been made to Middle Eastern countries such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain. As UAE's ministry of health has been advising to postpone any form of unnecessary travel, many Indian expats are not bringing their families on visit visas for the school holidays. The Ministry of Education has also announced that any students traveling from foreign countries will have to face thorough screening procedures and face quarantine before being sent home.
    ( Source : The national)
  • March 13, 2020
    The Indian consulate has requested all Indian expats in UAE to postpone their trips to their home land until further notice. The Indian authorities have decided to quarantine all travellers upon arrival to limit the spread of the Corona virus. Thus, any leisure travel plans are requested to be postponed until a positive update.
    ( Source : Gulf News )
  • March 13, 2020
    Due to the travel restrictions, UAE prepaid entry permit holders who want to extend their UAE entry permits must do so by the only procedure that is currently available, the no exit extension procedure. On-arrival permit holders are now given no exit entry permit change option as a special measure until all travel bans have been lifted. That means on-arrival visa holders can stay in UAE and apply for a new UAE entry permit if they want to extend their stay and don't have to return to their home country.
    Source : Gulf News
Check More Updates


UAE visa extension new rules - 2023


A new UAE visa rule has been implemented, allowing Dubai residents to sponsor friends and family for stays of up to 90 days if they are outside the country. The application for this visa can be made through the GDFRA website, a mobile application, or the Amer center. This type of visa is known as a UAE visit visa for relatives and Friends for 90 days. The authorities are yet to disclose extension details for this type of visa.
Source: ICP


The new visa extension reforms, which came into effect on December 23, 2022, led to the discontinuation of the within-the-country tourist visa extensions in UAE. Most visitors are now opting for the Airport to airport visa change & Oman visa run visa extension options. These easy in-country visa extension options came into effect due to the Covid pandemic & travel restrictions.
Source: Arabiers Visa processing team


As per UAE's new visa reforms, individuals in UAE from October 3, 2022, onwards will get a 60-day visit in country visa. Now visitors may choose extensions between single and multiple entries 30 or 60 days & all nationalities can avail these extension options.
Source : ICP


Individuals Whose permits were cancelled by their sponsors or employers in UAE can obtain a new tourist visa without exiting the UAE by choosing inside country visa change without exit (Source: Gulf News, June 06, 2020)


The Royal Police of Oman announced on 25th October 2019 that all nationalities visiting Oman should apply for a pre-entry visa to be able to enter the country. This rule is effective from 1st November 12019 onwards and individuals opting for an Oman visa run to extend their visas need to plan in advance (Source: The National 19th November 2019)


Nationalities eligible for on arrival UAE visas can extend their visit from an on-arrival visa to a prepaid visa without leaving the UAE.


Travel insurance that covers COVID 19 is now available in UAE. Individuals extending their visit or UAE tourist visas without exiting the country are encouraged to get it in case of unfavourable situations.


Indian with USA Visa, EU Residence permit & UK Residence permit holders get on-arrival UAE tourist visa cost of 100 AED on arrival. You will also be charged a 20 AED service charge, after which you can proceed to the passport control counter & you are eligible to stay for 14 days. According to the sources this period can be extended once for a period of another 14 days by paying a renewal fee of 250 AED plus a 20 AED service charge in immigration centers. If the Indian traveler overstays this time duration, they will be charged a fine of 100 AED for every extra day stayed in UAE and 200 AED for the departure permit. Any Indian travel travelers who wish to extend their on arrival visas advised to visit immigration or airport directly & if wanted stay 1 or 2 month visa can contact us .
Source : Gulf News


UAE New work week 2023

Following the UAE government's plan to reduce the working week to four and a half days, UAE immigration will do the same. This is in line with the country's ambition to become the region's most effective and efficient corporate and economic development hub.

Beginning January 1, 2022, the weekend on Saturday and Sunday, as well as limited working hours on Friday, will affect Arabiers' UAE tourist visa renewal service. Those wishing to stay in the UAE longer should apply for extensions and in-country visas during the new work week, which runs from Monday to Friday. It is better to get your extension or in-country done before your current visa expires and to have your status changed a day before your current visa expires.


Expiring visas, Passport & Validity

To be able to apply for a new tourist visa in UAE your passport must have minimum 6 months of validity. While you are in the UAE, you may need to renew your passport. If you are an on-arrival or pre-arranged visa & your passport expiry is approaching, we advise you to renew your passport way ahead of time. Otherwise you can end up paying overstay fines. After renewing your passport, you can easily exit and come with the new tourist visa with the options explained.

And your current visa based on your nationality it would vary the expiry date, you may check on Official UAE websites only


Frequently Asked Questions

Prior to grace period end he must exit the country or legalize his stay. If not he will be subject to paying Overstsying violation fines.

So far there are no such announcements made. Just like you, we are also waiting for updates and details from the government. Every now and then check our 5 years tourist visa page for recent updates on the topic.

A visa change air ticket is a special ticket that includes a visa stamp which allows the ticket holder to fly to any nearby Middle Eastern country without an entry visa to that specific country. This ticket is allowed due to a special agreement between us and the airline.

This depends on your nationality, Contact us to know more about it.

Yes, that is possible too if you don’t prefer any of the visa extension methods mentioned above. We can assist you & get your new visa within 8-24 hours after you have exited UAE. Apart from being this option being costly, the other disadvantage is that you need to book a return ticket to your country as well if you exit to your country or any other country

You can make the payment at the immigration counter in the airport while you exit on your current visa or you can seek our assistance to do

If you are overstaying with any type of visa, you will be charged 50 AED per day with the new rule came into place on October 2022

If such a situation arises while you are in Dubai or Sharjah Airport immediately book a flight to your home country and exit the airport, booking flight ticket cost must be paid by you.

UAE visa processing charge, VAT, service charge and a return flight ticket.

If you are coming for a short holiday you do not need one upfront, in any UAE airport on arrival you get free visa valid for 30 days with 10 days grace period. You are also given the chance to extend your stay in multiple ways. But If you are planning to stay more than 30 days it is better to get a 60 day prepaid visa through us at the cost of 690 AED.

So far Indian nationals holding a US Green card (valid green card) are given an on-arrival facility with the fee (100 AED & 20 AED Service fee) and if you are planning to stay more than 14 or 30 days it is better to get prepaid ones.

Even you overstay UAE immigration allows you to extend your stay in UAE by paying the fines. Daily fine of 50 AED to be paid while exiting the country in boarder or Airport

The visitor's obtaining visas through Etihad Airways, Emirates Airline, Fly Dubai & Air Arabia must contact the respective Airlines to extend their visas. If you would like to get a new visa you can contact us

Unfortunately exit is must now, unless you are one of the 30 days on arrival national (get 30 days extension without exit)

yes, its open and we operate 2 trips every week for 30 days on arrival nationals

If you can't complete your residence permit process (until status change - from tourist to residence) you are liable to pay daily fines. In the other hand the we facilitated the visa and we will be responsible and our permission to issue new visas will be suspended, in order to clear that we will file an escape application with the government applied fee, so you will be absconded and your residence visa application and exit will be denied until you clear the fines and the absconding. If your employer is not understanding your agreement with us, go ahead and extend your stay or exit the country and then wait for your residence permit.

From April 29, 2016 GCC resident permit holders must apply for a UAE visa before entering into the UAE.

yes, all restrictions are lifted

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