The UAE allows citizens of this country to obtain an electronic entry permit without complications
The Federal Authority for Identity, Nationality, Customs and Ports Security in the United Arab Emirates announced the issuance of an entry visa for residents of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries electronically and without any complications.
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Requirements for issuing an entry visa for UAE residents in the GCC countries
- The original passport.
- Showing the original residence issued by one of the GCC countries upon arrival.
- Labor card or civil card.
Steps to issue an entry visa for UAE residents electronically
- Log in to the smart services system through (digital identity or username).
- Search for the service to be applied for.
- Fill in the application data, where applicable.
- Pay the service fee (if any).
Fees for issuing an electronic entry visa to the UAE
The fee for issuing an entry visa to the United Arab Emirates electronically is about 250 dirhams, in addition to value-added tax (5%).
It is worth noting that the Federal Authority for Identity, Nationality, Customs and Ports Security in the UAE has announced that the holder of a resident entry permit or the facilities of the Cooperation Council will not be allowed to enter the country if it is found that his residence is expired or cancelled, and the holder of a resident entry permit of the Cooperation Council will not be allowed to enter the country if it is found That the profession was changed after the entry permit was issued, and the validity of residency in the GCC state must be more than 3 months upon arrival at the UAE ports, and the passport validity of the entry permit holder must be more than 3 months upon arrival at the UAE ports.
The UAE Federal Authority also confirmed that foreigners residing in any of the other Gulf Cooperation Council countries must obtain an electronic visa to enter the UAE, before they travel, as the visa allows them to stay in the country for 30 days from the date of entry, with the ability to extend it once for a period of 30 days. .