Process for UAE Visa

Types of Visa

Tourist – 30 Days S.Entry Visa

Price: 6,650/-
Our Service Charges : 1,000/-
Travel Insurance Charges:500/-
Total Amount : 8,150/-
Normal Processing time: 5 TO 7 Working Days
Visa type: 30 Days Tourist, Visit
Stay period : 30 days
Validity: 58 days
Entry type: Single Entry
Price inclusive
Consulate fees
Medical insurance (Covers Coronavirus and everything else)
Service charges
exclude taxes :
All taxes

Tourist – 90 Days S.Entry Visa

Price: 14,650/-
Our Service Charges : 1,000/-
Travel Insurance Charges :500/-
Total Amount : 16,650/-
Normal Processing time: 5 TO 6 Working Days
Visa type: 90 Days Tourist, Visit
Stay period : 90 days
Validity: 58 days
Entry type: Single Entry
Price inclusive
Consulate fees
Medical insurance (Covers Coronavirus and everything else)
Service charges
exclude taxes :
All taxes

96 Hrs Transit visa+ Insurance

Price: 2500/-
Our Service Charges : 1,000/-
Travel Insurance Charges :500/-
Total Amount : 16,650/-
Normal Processing time: 5 Working Days
Visa type: 96 Hrs Transit Visa
Stay period : 04 days
Validity: 30 days
Entry type: Single Entry
Price inclusive
Consulate fees
Medical insurance (Covers Coronavirus and everything else)
Service charges
exclude taxes :
All taxes

Tourist – 30 Days S.Entry Visa(Express Service)

Price: 7,000/-
Our Service Charges : 1,000/-
Travel Insurance Charges :500/-
Total Amount : 8,500/-
Normal Processing time: 5 Working Days
Visa type: 30 Days S.Entry Visa(Express Service)Tourist, Visit
Stay period : 30 days
Validity: 58 days
Entry type: Single Entry
Price inclusive
Consulate fees
Medical insurance (Covers Coronavirus and everything else)
Service charges
exclude taxes :
All taxes

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    Documents Required for UAE Tourist visa

    Passport

    • Original passport valid for 6 months from the date of application submission
    • Should contain at least 2 blank visa pages and passport first page and last page clear colour scan copies.

    Photograph

    • One recent colour passport size photographs (35 mm wide by 45 mm high without border) without specs and taken within the last 3 months
    • Applicant full face must be clearly visible without any headgear

    Pan Card

    • Pan card clear colour scan copy

    Designation details

    • Occupation details of applicant and highest education details

    Simple Steps to get a Dubai Visa for Indians:

    Imad travel has been a part of more than one million travel dreams. We offer quick and hassle-free Dubai Visa assistance. With a highly professional and dedicated team of Visa Experts, we are here to cater to all your Dubai visa application requirements.

    Step 1: Contact our Visa Expert with your travel plans and gather all the Dubai visa information and requirements.

    Step 2: Pay your Dubai visa fees online and share your documents via whatsapp or email

    Step 3: Our Visa Expert will thoroughly verify your Dubai visa online documents and process your Step

     Step 4: Receive your Dubai Visa.


    Dubai Visa Requirements:

    Have sufficient funds to support yourself and all family members during your entire trip.

    Have a valid Passport and valid Dubai Tourist Visa.

    Thorough knowledge of your accommodation and itinerary details to furnish at immigration if asked to

    Return or onward flight tickets to ensure return to your home country or your next destination once the visa expires

    Adhere to the moral standards of the country and follow the general rules

    Be in good health

    Travel Checklist:

    Passport valid for at least six months

    Valid Dubai visa, based on the reason for your visit and the duration of your stay

    Return or onward tickets that have been confirmed

    Detailed information on lodging

    Itinerary for travel

    Currency exchange rate

    Any supplementary documentation to substantiate your visit’s purpose, particularly for business visa holders.

    Before travelling, have all documents validated. Display fewer

     

    What to do when you arrive in Dubai:

    Keep all your travel documents ready to be produced for verification by the immigration officers.

    Ensure you are not carrying any forbidden items that will not pass-through customs, including ‘any immoral items liable to cause a breach of the peace’ like books, audiobooks, audio and video tapes.                                                                         

    Always carry your passport or a copy of it while traveling within Dubai.

    Note down emergency helpline numbers in the country.

    Be aware of the general rules of conduct in public places.

    COVID GUIDELINES:

    COVID-19 has brought the global tourist and travel industries to a halt. Before COVID-19, Dubai and Abu Dhabi alone attracted hundreds, if not millions, of tourists each year. The level of luxury and culture available in the UAE is unparalleled anyplace else in the globe. As populations worldwide receive COVID-19 vaccinations and the situation improves, the UAE may shortly resume travel and tourism. Indian tourists and travellers must possess a valid India to UAE tourist visa or a valid India to UAE business visa. To protect the safety of both tourists and citizens, certain procedures and laws will be implemented, which must be respected and observed. If you wish to visit the UAE, you must possess a valid UAE tourist visa, UAE transit visa, or UAE business visa, as well as a negative COVID-19 PCR test. Apply for your UAE visa well in advance and plan your travel appropriately. At IMAD Travel, you may apply for an India to UAE visa online.

    Dubai travel guide:

    When you think about Dubai, all that comes to mind is gold, grandeur, and glitz. Dubai, located in the United Arab Emirates, has developed into one of the world’s most popular and expensive cities.

    Dubai’s modern image is defined by glittering malls, soaring skyscrapers, and superhighways. It was formerly a fishing community about 50 years ago. Then they discovered oil, and the rest, as they say, is history! Dubai is a cultural melting pot, and while it has embraced modernity and futurism, it has not lost its roots. Al-Fahidi, the city’s oldest section, is carefully preserved and serves as a reflection of bygone eras. Dubai is a playground in its own right; from palm-shaped islands to lively, lofty structures, from the ultra-fast hyperloop to flying taxis, Dubai is more than an ambitious metropolis. It is the city of dreams, fearlessly in love with its futuristic vision and fully capable of authoring its own narrative.

    Dubai is located on the Arabian Peninsula’s eastern coast, in the Arabian Gulf’s south western corner. It is renowned for its gracious hospitality and rich cultural legacy, and the Emirati people are hospitable and generous to guests. Dubai attracts millions of leisure and business travellers each year due to its year-round weather, fascinating deserts, stunning beaches, magnificent hotels and shopping centres, fascinating heritage attractions, and flourishing business community.

     

    Over 125 airlines fly to Dubai from all over the world, and a world-class motorway network connects Dubai and the neighbouring GCC countries. Whether travelling by vehicle or bus, the United Arab Emirates’ seven emirates are connected by a modern network of first-className roads and motorways.

     

    Places to Visit  in Dubai:

    Dubai is a shopper’s paradise. Shopping is a must-do activity for any visitor to Dubai. The grandiose malls and world-renowned brands will entice you to shop. While there are modern malls, the historic souks are equally as interesting. Glitz, elegance, and wealth are inextricably linked to this metropolis.

    While in Dubai, strike a pose in front of the Burj Khalifa, or take in the city’s skyline from a bird’s eye view, wet your toes at Jumeirah beach, or marvel at the Dubai Fountains. At the Dubai Aquarium, you may see aquatic life or shop till you drop at the Dubai Mall. The Dubai shopping festival, which takes place twice a year, is a haven for consumers from all over the world. Visit the Dubai museum, which is housed in the Al- Fahidi Fort. The museum depicts Dubai prior to and following the oil boom.

    Take a Dhow trip across the Dubai Creek, or escape the malls and browse at Deira’s traditional souks. Bring your inner child to life at IMG Worlds of Adventure. Dubai possesses

    FAQ’S

    Do I require a visa to visit Dubai from India?
    Yes, all holders of Indian passports are required to visit Dubai. A Dubai tourist visa is best for Indians visiting the UAE for recreational activities such as vacationing, sightseeing, or even brief family visits. The type of Dubai visa you require will depend on a number of criteria, including your nationality, the purpose of your travel, and the duration of your stay. Indian nationals travelling to the UAE for tourism purposes can apply online for a Dubai visa. Once your visa application has been granted, you will receive an email with a copy of the approved visa.
    Is Dubai Visa on Arrival?
    Yes, citizens of a few countries are not required to get visas in advance and can obtain them upon arrival in the UAE. Indian people with a valid passport and visa, or a Green Card granted by the United States of America, or UK or EU residency, can receive a Dubai visa on arrival for a stay of up to 14 days. US Visas, Green Cards, UK Resident Permits, and EU Resident Permits must be valid for a minimum of six months from the date of entry into the UAE. The visa on arrival will be valid for 14 days and may be extended once for a comparable period. Passports must be valid for at least six months and an entry permit will cost Dirham 100. (Rs 2024.11).
    How can I obtain an Indian visa to Dubai?
    If you are planning a brief journey to Dubai, you can apply for a Dubai visa online in the form of an ETA - Electronic Travel Authorization. Applicants can apply for a Dubai visa online from the convenience of their homes using properly scanned copies of their documents. After successful completion, a Dubai Tourist Visa in PDF or JPG format will be emailed to you. IMAD Travels In as little as 24 hours, IMAD Travels can process Indians' Dubai visas.
    What are the prerequisites for Indians seeking a Dubai visa?
    To obtain a Dubai visa, the following documents are required:Color copy of your passport scanned Scanned colour picture with white background Color scanned copy of your pan card
    What are the requirements for applying for a Dubai visa?
    Make sure you provide this information clearly in order for the authorities to process your application: Why are you paying a visit to Dubai? how long do you plan to stay in Dubai? How are you going to sustain yourself while in Dubai? Why are you visiting Dubai? your passport type and validity duration After your visit to Dubai, where do you aim to travel? if you have a visa for the country you want to go to after you leave Dubai. Indian travellers and tourists must be properly vaccinated against Covid -19. Covishield and Covaxin are both authorised by the WHO.