UAE Visa Service

14 Days Tourist Visa + Insurance (Covid)

Processing time: Upto 5 days
Stay period: 14 days
Validity: 58 days
Entry: Single
Fees: 385 AED

Tourist Visa + Insurance (Covid)

Processing time: Upto 5 days
Stay period: 30 days
Validity: 58 days
Entry: Single
Fees: 400 AED

90 days Dubai Tourist Visa

Processing time: Upto 5 days
Stay period: 90 days
Validity: 58 days
Entry: Single
Fees: 850 AED

30 Days Multiple Entry Tourist Visa + Insurance (Covid)

Processing time: Upto 5 days
Stay period: 30 days
Validity: 58 days
Entry: Single
Fees: 1250 AED

90 Days Multiple Entry Tourist Visa + Insurance (Covid)

Processing time: Upto 5 days
Stay period: 30 days
Validity: 58 days
Entry: Single
Fees: 2200 AED

30/90 days inside country visa renewal

Starting from : 1100 AED

Documents required for Dubai visa application

  • Scanned color copy of your pan card
  • Scanned color copy of the first and last page of your passport
  • Passport should be valid for at least 6 months
  • Scanned color copy of your passport-size photograph taken against a white background
  • Confirmed return air ticket (not mandatory for application)

Dubai visa online processing time

As per the Consulate regulations, Dubai visa online processing takes 4 working days from the date of submission. However, the processing time is dependent on several factors and may change as per the discretion of the Consulate.

Important Dubai visa information

Dubai Visa rejection possibilities

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  • Is it mandatory for me to obtain a visa to enter Dubai as well as UAE?

    Dubai is a part of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and with a UAE visa, you can visit all the seven Emirates of UAE. Citizens of all countries have to get a UAE visa, except for those belonging to GCC nations: Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait.

  • Do infants and kids require visa to enter UAE?

    Everyone, irrespective of age, has to get a UAE visa. Infants and kids of all non-UAE citizens have to get a UAE visa before flying to the country.

  • Which countries are eligible for visa on arrival in Dubai?

    Citizens of the following countries do not require to apply for a UAE visa beforehand; they are eligible for visa on arrival: Some of the North American, European and Far East countries, including USA< UK< Portugal, Malaysia, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Iceland, Germany, France, Belgium, Austria and Australia. However, the list of visa-waiver countries is likely to change. Hence, always check with the local embassy or a reliable visa service provider before you start planning for your Dubai or UAE holiday.

  • How should I apply for a Dubai visa from another country?

    You can apply for the Dubai visa online. On the other hand, a friend or relative of yours in the UAE can apply for a visa on your behalf.

  • What are the different types of visa that I can apply for in the UAE?

    Different types of UAE visas are available which include visit visa, tourist visa, transit visa, business visa, etc. You can apply for one of them according to the purpose and duration of your visit.

  • What are the benefits of applying for visa through Orbis Travels LLP?

    Orbis Travels LLP has years of experience in the visa process field, and hence offers quick and easy visa process. With us, you do not require a local sponsor. Moreover, you can get your UAE visa with minimal documentation. Orbis Travels LLP does not ask for a cash deposit. In addition, we provide you with a paper visa, making it possible for you to enter UAE without any issues. While the regular visa process takes anywhere around 3-4 days, we also offer emergency visa process where we would be able to get your UAE visa within a shorter period of time.

  • What are the documents required to apply for electronic UAE visa?

    Scanned copy of your passport (with minimum 6 months validity) and passport-size coloured photos are the two main requirements for electronic UAE visa. Kindly check out our documents section to know all the details.

  • How many days before my intended visa to Dubai must I apply for visa?

    Although it does not take more than 3-4 days for the UAE visa process, it is always best to apply for the visa well in advance. This would help you to make your travel plans without any worries about visa.

  • Can I book my ticket before applying for visa?

    Yes. You do not need to have a valid visa while applying for a ticket to UAE.

  • What are the consequences of extended stay without the renewal of visa in UAE?

    Legal action, hefty penalty and deportation are the consequences of overstaying in the UAE without renewing the visa.

  • Does UAE visa allow both entry and exit from UAE airports?

    Yes! With a valid visa, you can enter and exit from any of the various airports in the UAE.

  • How many days will it take to get a visa?

    Generally, it takes anywhere between 3-4 days to get a visa. However, it also depends on quick submission of all the necessary documents and meeting all the eligibility norms.

  • What is the visa application fee?

    Visa application fee would vary as per the type of visa you want to apply for. You can contact our travel experts at +971-50 915 2276, +91-990 925 0855 or email at

UAE Visa T & C

  • Visa application fees is non-refundable in all cases, including visa application rejection.
  • Prices are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change without notice. A penalty of AED 300 will be charged per visitor on the first day of overstaying a day and AED 100 for every additional day thereafter.
  • Visa applications will only be accepted after the verification of all required documents and receipt of complete payment.
  • All visas are issued as single-entry e-visas and are valid for entry within 60 days from the date of issuance.
  • Visas issued under visit/business/transit/tourist profession are not eligible to work in UAE.
  • Once accepted, visa applications require a minimum of 5 working days to process and may take longer. Visa application approval and processing time is at the sole discretion of the UAE government.
  • We reserve the right to refuse applications at its discretion and bear no liability for the processing time or rejection of visa applications by the UAE government.
  • The guarantor bears full responsibility for the authenticity of all documents provided, for ensuring that the visitor does not commit any crimes during their visit, for the medical condition of the visitor and for ensuring that the visitor does not overstay their visit.
  • The guarantor indemnifies Orbis Travels of all responsibility in this regard and agrees to settle all liabilities to or penalties levied by the UAE government.
  • The guarantor is responsible for processing all additional formalities which may be required such as airline visa messages and OK-to-board messages.
  • The guarantor is also responsible for providing proof of the visitor's exit stamp after they have left the UAE, failing which the visitor will be assumed to have overstayed.
  • Additional documents may be requested from certain applicants