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Visa Services in UAE

Dubai attracts visitors from all over the world, some who stay for a short time, some who stay for a much longer time. Fortunately, accessible visa regulations make travelling to Dubai a fairly easy process, with a range of visas on offer.

For visitors to Dubai looking to pack in some sightseeing over a weekend or a few weeks, there is the visit visa, available on arrival for a number of nationalities.

For those visiting Dubai on business, there are a number of business visa options available. The visa obtained will usually depend on the type of activities the business visitor wishes to undertake, the expected length of time in the UAE, and the location of that work, whether “onshore” or “offshore”.


Applying for Visas

As your local partner, Fusion Middle East offers a range of essential visa services. We take care of your visa needs, to ensure you, your employees and your family have the visas they require to live and work in Dubai.

In terms of short-term work permits, non-GCC nationals aged 18 or over can now enter the UAE on a short-term work permit with a validity of 60 days. The applicant’s employer can extend this permit up to six times after providing a fee and bank guarantee.

Recently introduced short-term work permits include:

  • The multiple-entry visa, designed for business visitors who have a relationship with a multinational or reputable local establishment, who frequently visit the UAE. This is valid for up to six months, with each stay limited to 30 days.
  • The temporary work permit allows expats to work on projects or assignments for up to six months in the UAE.
  • The mission visa  is valid for a period of 90 days (extendable for another 90 days), allowing expats to work on short-term projects or to try out at a company on a probationary period. This visa can be converted to a residence visa, if needed.
  • The part-time work permit allows expats to work on a part-time basis in the UAE.
  • The permit for juveniles allows expat minors aged 15 to 18 to work under certain conditions.

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As for longer term visa solutions for your stay in Dubai, we cover that too, with the end-to-end application of all necessary visa paperwork.

This can include the application for your:

  • Residence Visa: A visa that allows expats to stay and work in Dubai for up to two or three years, depending on the applicant’s position.
  • Family Visa: A visa that provides residence for your dependants to join you in Dubai, staying and working over the longer term.
  • Maid Visa: A visa that allows expat families to sponsor a live-in housemaid to help out with duties around the house.
  • Emirates ID Card: An identification card required by all UAE citizens and residents (including expats with residence visas).

To find out more about the visa services Fusion Middle East provides as your local partner in Dubai, contact us today on 00 971 4381 7333 to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation.

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