Dubai Visitor Visas
What better place to relax and unwind than in the glorious, opulent surroundings that Dubai has to offer? If you’re looking for a place to spend some well-earned time off, then the UAE won’t disappoint. The country can offer some of the most beautiful scenery of anywhere in the world, as well as buzzing, metropolitan cities where you can shop ‘til you drop or simply relax in unfettered luxury.
The last thing you want when you’re planning your dream holiday to Dubai is to find yourself swamped with immigration paperwork. So why not put your feet up and relax while we do all the hard work for you? Don’t run the risk of having to cancel your dream trip due to bureaucratic mishaps; rejected visa applications could ruin your trip to Dubai! Because we have been helping our clients to obtain the visas that they need when they need them since 1996, we know all there is to know about immigration law. We’re here with you every step of the way on your journey, no matter when you need us, we’re always here to answer your questions about immigration.
To be eligible for a UAE Visitor visa, you will, of course, be required to hold a recognised, valid and in-date passport or other travel document. The passport should be valid to a date which is after your return journey from the UAE. Likewise, you will need to be clear of any serious criminal convictions or illnesses which may pose a threat to the safety and wellbeing of the UAE populace.
Visitor Visas to the UAE are some of the fastest visas we’re able to process, and it could take just a few weeks for you to get the Visitor Visa that you need. Typically, these visas only take a few weeks to process, depending on whereabouts in the world you are, but as the timescale for processing is not in our control, we are unable to give guarantees in regards to processing times. This timescale is determined by the UAE immigration authorities and, as such, we are unable to control them. This, too, is true of the government fees charged by the UAE authorities. We would therefore strongly suggest that our clients wait for their visa to be successfully approved before they commit themselves financially to any travel plans or any other such thing which may be adversely affected by a delay in processing.
February 12, 2015