The ICP website allows tourist visa applications.
PHOTO BY ICP/EXPAT MEDIA
The Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Port Security (ICP) has granted multiple-entry tourist visas to family groups. The visa is valid for five years.
Issued to families with children below 18 years old, the five-year tourist visa allows beneficiaries to stay in the UAE for a continuous period not exceeding 90 days. It may be extended for a period not exceeding 180 days during the year.
Families do not need to submit separate documents for each member as the ICP website now provides an option for families to apply as a group.
— Colored photo
— Passport copy
—Valid medical insurance
—Valid airline ticket to leave the UAE
—Bank statement for the previous six months with a bank balance of $4,000 (equivalent to approximately Dh14,700) or its equivalent in foreign currencies
—Proof of place of residence, which can be a hotel or residence address
1. Go to the ICP website icp.gov.ae or click here
2. Choose Services from the menu, and then Services for Individuals in the dropdown menu
3. Click on Start Service under Issuance of Multiple-Entry Tourist Visa
4. Under Individuals Registration, log in using your UAE Pass
5. Follow further instructions to submit application
As stipulated on the ICP website, visit visas cost Dh750, with a security deposit of Dh3,025.
In December 2022, Dubai rolled out a five-year multiple-entry tourist visa on a bigger scale as part of sweeping reforms announced last year.
According to Issam Kazim, CEO of the Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing, the multi-entry visa would help the country attract more tourists. RZSP/Expat Media
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