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Changing Visa Rules in the UAE – 2019

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Changing Visa Rules in the UAE – 2019

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The UAE Government has updated a few Visa Regulations for the residents and visitors.

  1. Change in the Sponsorship Criteria for Residency Visa of Dependents
  2. Dependent Sons with 18+ Years will be granted Residency Visa
  3. Tourist Visa Fees waived off for dependents under 18 years
  4. Transit Passengers exempted from all entry fees for the first 48 hours
  5. Extended Visa for Overstayed Job Seekers 6. 1 Year Residency Visa for Divorcees, Widows
  6. Long Term Residency Visa for Investors, Property buyers, Researchers, students

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