UAE visa exemption reveals overstaying Sudanese can get 1 year permit

Sudanese citizens are granted one-year temporary residency under the 'Crisis and Disaster Countries Visa,' allowing them to seek refuge, rebuild lives, and get vital support.

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UAE visa fine exemption

Sudanese nationals who find themselves stuck or exceed the duration of their stay in the UAE are not subject to fines.

As, the UAE has developed a new visa category to aid Sudanese nationals threatened by the continuing conflict, which is a significant milestone. The "Crisis and Disaster Countries Visa" provides Sudanese people with a one-year temporary residency permission, allowing them to seek refuge, reconstruct their lives, and get critical assistance during times of crisis.

This sort of visa is available through Al Nahda Centre's website, which claimed : "Those from Sudan who have previously lived in the UAE and have accumulated visa fines can also clear and proceed." "We will assist you throughout the entire process, beginning with the Visa Medical".

Sudanese nationals allowed to apply

Sudanese nationals must fall into one of two categories in order to receive a one-year visa:

  • Visit visa holders within the UAE
  • Those who cancelled their visas and must pay the penalties if they were issued before April 15, 2023.

Application steps

  1. The first step is to complete the medical testm which costs Dh322
  2. Register for an Emirates ID, as it costs Dh283.
  3. Fill out an application for visa stamping, which costs Dh370.

This project represents the global commitment to sustaining the principles of humanity and solidarity. Offering Sudanese nationals the opportunity to temporarily dwell in the country by offering vital services and help is a step towards a brighter future.

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