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Investor’s visit visa for 60, 90, 120 days

Investors can apply for a visit visa for 60, 90, or 120 days through a digital service offered by the Federal Authority for Identification and Citizenship, Customs and Ports Security (ICP), and the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs Dubai.

The UAE digital government urged foreign investors to use digital services to explore business opportunities. The visa is for a single trip and different periods of up to four months, such as 60, 90, or 120 days.

The government highlighted that the visit visa enables investors to enter the country without the necessity for a guarantor or host to investigate chances for setting up firms and to learn about investment opportunities.

What are the conditions for obtaining an investor’s visit visa?

— Ability to maintain financial stability, as required by the type of activity he intends to engage in.
— Must possess talents, abilities, or higher qualifications.
— Engaged in that line of employment full-time in his country of residence.
— Must fulfill the financial guarantee fixed.

What are the documents required when applying for an investor’s visit visa?

— Colored photo.
— A copy of the passport.
— Proof of eligibility for permanent residency.

How to apply for an investor’s visit visa?

— Fill in the required data in the ICP smart channels.
— Attach files.
— Pay the prescribed fees.
— Evaluate the service.
— Receive the transaction by email.

The application will be electronically rejected after 30 days if it is returned three times for the same reason or if it is returned for lack of data, for failing to attach the relevant papers, or for any other reason.

Visa validity might be extended once for 60 days if the bearer cannot enter the country within the allotted time from the date of issuance.

Only the issuance fees and financial guarantees (if any) may be returned through credit card within no longer than six months from the date the application was submitted.

These can also be refunded through the procedures for a check or a bank transfer (for banks in the UAE) within five years. KD/Expat Media

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