A digital visa issued in the UAE.
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Expatriates in the UAE can apply for a visit visa for their relative or friend through the UAEICP app, the Federal Authority for Identity and Nationality, Customs and Ports Security (ICP) announced.
According to the ICP, the UAEICP app offers various services, including requesting a visit visa for a friend or relative. The service is also available on the ICP website icp.gov.ae.
Applicants can log on to the app or website using their UAE Pass digital identity, then select “Start a new service”, before clicking on “New Visa” to display a list of visas.
The ICP clarified that the type of visa required would have validities ranging from 30 days, 60 days or 90 days.
According to the ICP, once the user selects the service to issue a visit visa, according to its validity period, all the data of the resident will appear automatically in the system, and he or she will only need to complete the required steps to submit the application, enter the identification data of the person they would like to receive a visit visa, submit the required documents and pay the fees.
Residents can also apply for the service on the ICP website, its customer service centers or through ICP-accredited typing centers. ICA/Expat Media
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