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The UAE will now begin accepting applications for multiple-entry tourist permits from Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022 fans.
The Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Ports Security (ICP) welcomed holders of the ‘Hayya’ card – a personalized document required by people to attend any World Cup matches – to the UAE in a statement issued on Tuesday.
The FIFA World Cup will take place from November 20 until December 18.
International Hayya cardholders can apply for a visa on the ICP website. They can search the website for ‘visa for Hayya card holders,’ enter their information and pay the fees.
With the multi-entry tourist visa, World Cup fans can enter the Emirates several times within 90 days.
The visa fee has also been reduced to a one-time charge of Dh100. It can be extended for another 90 days, with regular fees applied. BKM/ Expat Media
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