For a Smooth Entry to Dubai, United Arab Emirates you must consider the following:
- Always have a confirmed return air ticket.
- Make sure that you have a confirmed hotel booking in Dubai or other cities in UAE. If you don’t have one, we can arrange a hotel booking for you at the cheapest price.
- It is highly recommended that you carry enough funds to support your stay while you are here in the UAE. Having credit cards would be very much helpful. Make sure your passport is valid for 6 months from your date of departure from Dubai.
- Always have photocopies of your Itinerary and Travel Documents. If possible, save it in your email or online storage account for easy download when you need it.
- While traveling, you are subject to the local laws. Dubai is a playground for the rich and well-known people, but it has strict Muslim laws. It would be great if you could learn about local UAE laws and customs and respect them while in the Dubai or other emirates of United Arab Emirates.
- Pack Smart! Pack light so you can move more quickly and have a free hand when you need it.
- If you plan to drive in Dubai UAE, you may need to obtain an International Driving Permit (IDP).
- Beware of some Travel Agencies that offers complete package in a low price that sells like hot cakes including documentation specially for Filipino citizen who wants to bring their relatives in the UAE as you may fall on the alleged black market for Philippine embassy documents.
- The UAE is one of the safest places in the world to visit, so relax and enjoy your stay!
- Always have a travel insurance while travelling.
Applying a Dubai Visa with us online is easy. Just fill up the visa application form, submit the required documents and complete our online secure payment process. You will have your visa for Dubai in 3 to 5 working days. For more information please contact us.
Visa rules, requirements and rates mentioned above can and do change suddenly, and without a warning. All details provided are for general information purpose only and may not be complete or accurate, even government websites can be slow to update. We recommend to check the UAE embassy in your country or the relevant authority in the UAE (DNRD in Dubai)