UAE and Dubai visa fees of all types 2023

The first step to entering the UAE, whether you are a frequent business traveler or a first-time visitor, is to obtain a visa, such as a tourist, green, business, or study visa. The UAE, especially Dubai, has grown to become one of the most popular travel destinations, drawing millions of tourists from all over the world.

Visa fees in Dubai and the UAE:

The cost of a visa varies according to its type, and all visa costs are listed on the websites of the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs, and Maritime Security (ICP) and the General Authority for Identity, Citizenship, and Residency Affairs in Dubai (GDRFA-D), through which visas for the United Arab Emirates can be applied for.

Types of Dubai and UAE Visas

1. Visit Visa for Dubai and the UAE:

The customer service representative at the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs, and Maritime Security (ICP) confirmed that all UAE and Dubai visa fees, including 30- and 60-day tourist visas, have increased by AED 100.

For example, the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship has raised the cost of a one-month visit visa from AED 270 to AED 370, and according to travel agency reports, the UAE 60-day tourist visa fee is currently AED 500.

2. Tourist visa for Dubai and the UAE:

The cost and fees of a tourist visa in Dubai vary depending on the type of visa you are looking for. At the moment, a fee of $90 for a short-entry single entry visa and $177 for a long-term single entry visa makes a short-term tourist visa with a single entry visa cost $122 and a long-term single-entry tourist visa cost $204 on Etihad Airways.

3. Golden Visa for Dubai and the UAE:

The cost of a golden visa in the UAE depends heavily on the type of service and visa category. For individuals applying from within the country, the cost of a golden visa ranges between AED 2,800 and AED 3,800, and fees ranging from AED 3,800 to AED 4,800 are charged for applicants from outside the country.

In addition, the individual must also pay the 10-year Golden Visa application fee, which has been raised from AED 50 to AED 150, and these fees include DEWA fees, e-services fees, and smart services fees.

The applicant will also need to spend approximately AED 1,000 for a medical examination and an ID processing fee in the UAE. In addition, they will need to purchase health insurance in the UAE, which starts at AED 800 and varies in cost.

4. Dubai and UAE Green Visas:

The Green Visa costs AED 2,280, excluding the ID card fee, which costs around AED 575, and the medical examination fee, which is AED 320 for regular services. Please note that this price only includes one person.

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