However, in UAE, there are lots of visas, and the ability to live permanently in the UAE is granted through a UAE residence visa. Which is for a period of two to three years, the visa may be renewed as often as required.
Visitors who are not entitled to admission into the UAE without a visa must apply for a tourist visa. A long-term visit visa enables a visitor to stay in the nation for a duration of 90 days, as opposed to a short-term visit visa’s 30-day validity.
The largest museum, gorgeous structures, theme parks, and other attractions have made Dubai a popular tourist destination. Some people wish to invest in Dubai, while others want to simply visit.
OTHER TYPES OF UAE VISAS:
Partner Visa: Foreign people who own a firm, hold stock in an existing organization, or are ex-pats who want to start their own business are eligible for a company UAE investor visa. The firm investor visa is extendable for a further three years. The bearer of this kind of visa is able to sponsor his or her family renewal visa Dubai‘ and can live and work legally.
Freelance Visa: Working and living as a freelancer is now legal. Without having to rent office space. However, you would need to require a residency visa and a work permit in order to work as a freelancer in the UAE.
Silver Visa: is a visa based on an investment that has a five-year validity and requires investments of at least AED 2 million.
Golden Visas, which have a 10-year validity, are in high demand since they allow foreigners to enter Dubai freely and stay outside Dubai for more than six months. Golden visas are used to get long-term visas in exchange for investments by investors.
Retirement Visa: for investors who are older than 55 and want to retire. For those who invest in a property worth AED 2 million, have AED 1 million in savings, or make an active monthly income of at least AED 20,000, this visa is valid for five years.
High-net-worth people (HNWIs), entrepreneurs, and international investors choose golden and silver visas.
However, we will be discussing the tourist visa (30/90 days Visa).
Tourist visas have 2 types, 30 days (1 month) and 90 days (3 months).
Renewal of Tourist Visas is done Inside the country, No, you don’t have to go back to your country t too renew. you renew in UAE before your previous visa expires. (No exit required) Dubai visa status check for renewal To check the status and duration of your visa, you must go to the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) website.
If you reside in the UAE, you can contact Docman service for visas issued in Dubai by calling the toll-free number 800 5111. Call Docman on the toll-free number +971800362626 if you’re in a nation other than the United Arab Emirates.
Through the GDRFA Dubai mobile app (Android or iOS), you may check the progress of your Dubai visa and upload any necessary information.
Here comes the juicy part- all you need to know about tourist visa extension in Dubai.
PROCEDURE FOR TOURIST VISA EXTENSION IN DUBAI
The process for extending a tourist visa for Dubai is rather simple. Before the first renewal expires, submit an application for the second.
Federal Authority for Identity & Citizenship:
- Visit the online portal of the Docman
- Add attachments and submit your credential
- Pay the fee and apply for an extension
- Change in processing status.
- Get copies of your e-visa and e-status change.
- Verifying the last day your fresh visa is valid.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR VISA RENEWAL IN DUBAI
The documents to be submitted for a visa renewal are;
- Data page of the applicant’s passport. (Your passport should have a minimum validity of six months).
- White background Passport-size photo
DUBAI TOURIST VISA EXTENSION FEE
The renewal fee is AED 600
DUBAI TOURIST VISA OVERSTAY PENALTY
Tourists who fail to renew their tourist visas will be fined. They will have to pay AED 100 fine for the extra day(s) they have overstayed.
The extra days will be calculated 10 days after the visa expiry date.
The fear of overstaying and being fined by the UAE is definitely the beginning of wisdom. Overstaying will result in a fine of 200 AED for the first day and 100 AED for the second day.