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Aall travellers must check the rules of the countries they are visiting, to find out if they need to be tested before they fly.
Residents and Emiratis who are planning to travel have been urged to register with the Twajudi system from the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This is a recently introduced online tracking system that enables the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) to stay in touch with UAE nationals and Emirati residents with valid residency visas in times of crisis and help them reach home safely.
If you are on a visit visa which expired after March 1, 2020, the previous grace period to stay in the UAE until the end of December 2020 has changed. You will be given a three-month grace period from July to exit the country or change your visa status. To avoid any fines, you will need to:
* Exit the country before October 10, 2020
* Renew the visit visa which can be done via a travel agency
* Obtain an employment visa and change the status via an in country application.
If you are currently inside the country and your residency visa expired after March 1, 2020, you will be granted a three month grace period from the date of the announcement to renew the residency visa.
If you hold a UAE residency visa that expired after July 12, 2020, then a normal renewal process should be initiated.
If your residency visa was cancelled between March 1, 2020 and July 1, 2020 and you are currently inside the UAE, fines will be applied immediately. It is recommended that you exit the country or change your current visa status.
If your residency visa was cancelled after July 1, 2020, you will be given a grace period of 30 days to exit the country or change the status onto a new visa.
If you are currently outside of the UAE and have been outside for less than six months and your residency visa expired after March 1, you will be given a one-month grace period from the date of arrival to the UAE to renew the residency visa.
If you are currently outside of the UAE and have been for more than six months and your residency visa has expired, you may be granted a specific grace period which will be determined accordingly once flights resume between the country you are currently in and the UAE. Once you arrive back to the UAE, you may be granted a 30 days grace period to renew your residency visa.
If you are currently on a visit visa which has been expired after March 1, 2020, you will be given a three-month grace period to exit the country or change your visa status.
Citizens of more than 50 countries do not require a pre-arranged visa to enter Dubai. Please contact us check the requirements for your nationality.
Yes it’s mandatory and it has a small fee, pls contact us to know more.