To obtain a Dubai multiple entry visa for your trip to Dubai, UAE, which allows tourists or business people to visit neighboring countries and return to Dubai or any other emirate. We have multiple entry visas available for 30 and 60 days. These visas are known as multi-entry visas for both short and long-term stays in Dubai.
Dubai is currently one of the best cities in the UAE and the world. Dubai is a tourist hotspot due to its cosmopolitan lifestyle, ultra-modern architecture, adventure sports, desert safaris, and, of course, the Burj Khalifa. Aside from these, the city is well-known for its world-class shopping. Thousands of tourists visit the Emirate each year to participate in the Dubai Shopping Festival.
There is so much to see and do in Dubai that it is difficult to do it all in a single visit. It’s no surprise that people keep returning to the city to try new things. Tourists in Dubai are truly spoilt for choice, and multiple visits are required to experience everything that this beautiful Emirate has to offer. The Dubai government, of course, is well aware of this.
The 60-day multiple entry visa, like the 30-day multiple entry visa, has an entry validity of 58 days. As a result, you must make your first visit to the UAE within this time frame or your visa will automatically expire.
This visa is ideal for visitors who want to spend more time in the beautiful Emirates, as it allows for a stay of up to 60 days. It also allows for multiple entries. Visa holders are allowed two 30-day extensions by paying an extension fee of 850 AED each time.
Dubai 60-Day Multi-Entry Visa.:
Residents of certain foreign countries, like those required for the 30-day visa, will be required to pay a security deposit of 270 USD + taxes. This amount is refunded to their account when they leave the UAE.
The total fee for a visa without a security deposit is 575 USD. The total fee for a visa with a deposit would be USD 845.
Time Required for Processing:
The 60-day multiple entry visa for Dubai normally takes 3 – 4 working days to process. However, this is only an estimate, and the status may take longer depending on your application and immigration approvals.
Documentation Needed for Multiple Entry Visas
You will be required to submit several supporting certificate attestations, as with any visa application. This is determined by your home country. However, there are a few documents that you must submit to obtain a 30-day or 60-day multiple-entry visa to the UAE.
Passport Bio Page – This is the page that contains your photo and personal information. You must submit a color version of this page. Generally, black-and-white copies are rejected.
Last Page of Passport – A colored copy of your passport’s last page is required if it contains vital information. Passports from certain countries, such as India, include vital information about the passport holder on the last page. If there is no information about you on the last page of your passport, your bio page will suffice.
A clear color photograph is required for your application. Ideally, this should be a passport-sized photograph. However, please do not crop your passport photo and submit it. Again, no black-and-white photos will be accepted.
If your current country of permanent residence and nationality are not the same, you will be required to submit your residency visa as proof.
If you are from a high-risk country, you may be asked to submit one of the following documents in addition to the above list of mandatory documents:
A valid visa for (OR) proof of travel to any of the following countries in the last five years: the UAE, the United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Canada, any Schengen country, or Australia.
Documented proofs of investments of 8,000 USD or more, or local income tax papers stating 8,000 USD as your annual income.
If you believe it might benefit your visa, feel free to provide any other supporting documents in addition to those listed above to attestation services agencies.