Normally would be 2 – 3 working days. There will be additional fee for urgent applications.
In case of rejection by the consulate, your fee will NOT be refunded in any case.
NO, you need to mail us the scanned copy of your Passport Detail page, Scanned Passport Sized photograph, Marriage Certificate (if travelling with spouse) and Birth certificate (if your children travelling with you).
This depends on your nationality. For instance, visitors from GCC nations including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Qatar do not require visa. Likewise, people traveling from certain countries like Australia, Austria, United States of America, and UK, among others, are eligible for visa on arrival.
With a number of money exchange counters dotted across the malls, shopping centers and banks. It is not at all a tedious task to exchange currency in Dubai. Moreover, most banks and ATMs accept credit cards.
Yes. We can help process visa on urgent basis and there will be additional charges for this service.
Though it is not mandatory for expat women to cover their body, head and hair as Emirati women do, it is vital for them to cover their body from shoulders to at least knees. For men, Dubai’s etiquette requires them to dress up well and not to put on anything that is extremely short, such as cycling shorts and boxer shorts, in public.
Once visa is approved the soft copy will be emailed to you and you need to take a print out of it when travelling.
Dubai’s law strictly forbids the intake of alcohol in public spaces and while driving. However, alcohol consumption is permitted in bars attached to hotels, clubs, restaurants, and private functions.
The time zone of Dubai is GMT/UTC +4 hours.
Du and Etisalat are the major telecommunication service provides in the UAE.
The most significant newspapers published in Dubai are Al Khaleej, Gulf News, Emirates Today, Al Bayan, Emarat Business Review, The National Times, and Arabian Business.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is Dubai’s ruler and UAE’s prime minister as well as vice president. He ascended to power following the death of His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2006.
The Public Transportation System, managed by the RTA (Roads & Transport Authority), is perhaps the best way to move around in Dubai. These include public buses with inter-emirate services, taxis, and metro rail network comprising red and green lines – and now a tram that is connected to certain metro station and goes through certain parts of Dubai.