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FREE UAE visas for limited categories to different nationalities starting October 21


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Different nationalities can now apply for a multi-entry tourist visa in the United Arab Emirates, according to the electronic portal of Emirates Smart Government. Fee-free passes will only be limited to some categories. 


Foreigners who want to avail themselves of the multi-entry tourist visa shall present a bank statement with at least 4000 dollars in the past six months, health insurance, a copy of the passport, and a coloured photograph. 


For the free and duty-free visas, the tourist can obtain the fee-free entry visa for children under the age of 18, and the exemption period from fees applies only during the summer vacation from July 15- September 15 yearly. As for the renewal of tourist, visit, and entry permits, visitors can request an extension of visas of all kinds for 30 days.

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