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What Are The Revised Dubai Visa Fees?
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When you are applying for travel documents, you will need to pay the fees in accordance to the Visa Processing Services. Normally, every few years these charges are revised in agreement with the norms of the local government. In this article, we give you the new fee structure for the Dubai visa process.
Depending on the visa type, the following are the new visa charges for the various visa processing services:
If the employment permit is sponsored by the government the new amount is DH 200 per year. If the individual is working for a private sector or free zone the payment is DH 250 per year. The renewals for these documents are DH 250. The multiple entry payment for this visa will cost around DH 2100
If the individual is a partner or investor in a business the amount for the document is DH 250. The renewal charges are also the same amount.
The residence visa for the family member of an employed individual with a governmental institute will cost DH 200 annually with the renewal cost of the same amount per year. Workers who are employed in the private sector have to pay DH 250. The residence visa for real estate owners is DH 1100.
• Entry Permit
The entry permit and renewal for domestic workers will cost around DH 150 annually, while outsiders will have to pay DH 200. Also, if an investor or partner sponsors a permit to a domestic worker, the visa will be DH 250.
The multiple entry tourist permits amount will be DH 200
Residents of the GCC countries will have to pay DH 200 with a renewal cost that will cost DH 700.
• Studying or Training:
This will cost DH 550, with a renewal of DH 600. The multiple entry fees are DH 1500.
The payment for this document will be DH 500 while the multiple entry fees will be DH 1400. This is also applicable to the individuals accompanying the patient. Renewal for this travel document will be DH 500 while the accompanying individual will have to pay DH 600.
The transit fee will be DH 100 and can be sponsored by the airports
• Refundable deposits
The refundable deposit for the residence will be DH 5000 for cancelling the sponsor’s residence travel document without cancelling the documents of the sponsored family members. DH 3000 is the refundable deposit for the sponsorship of each family member for a female investor. DH 5000 refundable deposit will be collected for humanitarian cases
The new fee structure for the visa processing services is currently being implemented in the application process for the travel documents to Dubai. These changes will talk over the next 10 to 12 years before it will change again.
About the Author:
Isha Yama is an employee of Cox and Kings Global Services. She provides adequate information to readers about CNKMDV’s Dubai visa processing services and the revised fee structure. She also helps them to understand the visa process for Dubai in detail.
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