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60-day Dubai Tourist Visa

Dubai Tourist Visa which is a 60-day visa to Dubai that serves your needs very well. Especially, if you are looking to stay in the city for a reasonably long duration for some work. This visa pays for your insurance coverage also. Your nationality decides what you need to furnish for the 60-day visa with insurance. If you’re a citizen of any of the GCC countries, you won’t need a visa to enter Dubai. Besides, citizens from the 32 countries mentioned below can get visas on arrival.

Time 3-4 Working Days
Duration 60 Days Visit Visa
60 Days Single Entry AED 650/- (Prices may vary for some nationality)
60 Days Multiple Entry AED 1499/- (Prices may vary for some nationality)
Insurance Yes

  • Visa Fee
  • Insurance

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Note: Please mail your documents to us once you finish applying for the visa online. Not only do we help you with your visa approval, we also help you with visa extension programs you can avail of without having to exit the UAE.

The Documents Required-60 Days Dubai Tourist Visa

Documents to be provided by visitors

  • Passport size photographs
  • The passport’s front and last pages
  • The passport page bearing the exit stamp if you have visited Dubai before
  • Confirmed air tickets out of Dubai

Points to Note
  • The passport should have at least a minimum validity of 6 months
  • The passport should contain no handwritten details
  • The documents you submit should be visible
Documents to be provided by the guarantors
  • The guarantor’s passport copy and the visa page should have a minimum validity of 6 months
  • A security deposit of a cheque of AED 5000 that’s encased only if the visitor absconds
  • The last month’s statement of the bank account and the cheque show that regular transactions are in operation
Documents to be provided by visitors with no guarantors in the UAE
  • No guarantee needs to be submitted by visitors who arrive with families. The airline/hotel/tour bookings proof needs to be furnished instead
  • Certain non-family visitors need to submit a security deposit of AED 5500 that shall be returned after a scanned copy of the passport page that bears the UAE exit stamp is submitted. It’s proof that you aren’t overstaying and that you intend to leave; a vital element

The Process for Applying for 60 Day Dubai Visa
  • You’ll need to enter relevant details like your date of travel, nationality, and how many visas you need
  • Provide the documents asked for
  • Make all the payments

For smooth visa approval, our staff may approach you for additional information and documents like the details of your air tickets, the hotel booking vouchers, or the documents of the guarantor. We issue the visa within the committed deadline unless there are delays caused when the visa authorities ask for more details or documents.

Note: Those who stay in any of the GCCs and yet aren’t a citizen of any, but hold high positions like managers, businessmen, pharmacists, doctors, engineers, public sector employees, or their families and drivers and sponsored visitors are also eligible for visa on arrival (non-renewable 30-day). These visas are available at any of the designated ports of entry into the UAE.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on 60 Days Dubai Visa


Q. What are the different types of visas available?

Depending on the purpose of your visit, you may choose from the visit, tourist, or a transit visa.

Q. How can one apply for a Dubai visa from any other country?

Filing an online application is possible. You may also have your acquaintances living in the UAE apply for you.

Q. How many days in advance should one apply for a Dubai visa ideally?

It’s best to apply at least a month in advance so you can prepare for any delay. The visa will process in only 3-4 working days.

Q. Is it necessary to obtain a visa for kids as well?

Yes of course. All kids with non-UAE parents shall need a visa to enter the United Arab Emirates.

Q. What is the best way to apply for a Dubai visa?

Travelers can visit Travel Saga to enjoy a hassle-free Dubai visa application process. We have three simple steps following which one can apply for the visa. Upload the application form, attach the e-documents, pay the processing fee, and the visa will be ready. Applying for a 60-day visa was never this easy.

Q. Can I check my Dubai visa status online?

Once the Dubai visa application is submitted, travellers can visit the status checking tab on our website and follow the link to check it. Besides, after the application gets approved, our team will send a copy of it to the traveller via email.

Q. Will I get a refund if my 60-day Dubai visa doesn't get approval?

No, the visa processing fee is non-refundable. Hence, the traveller won’t get a refund if the online visa application doesn’t get approval.

Q. Do the price of a Dubai visit visa and a tourist visa differ?

No, the price of a visit visa and a tourist visa are the same. For further details, travellers can visit our website and check for the price.

Q. How long can I stay in Dubai with a Dubai visa?

Your stay in Dubai depends on the type of visa you are choosing. However, one can stay in Dubai for 60 days with a 60-day Dubai visa.

Q. How much time it takes to process a Dubai visa application?

Once you receive the visa application, it takes approximately three to four days to process it. Other than that, one can opt for an express visa to get the visa within 48 hours.

Q. Is there any difference between a Dubai visa and a UAE visa?

No, Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates. Hence, the visa will be the same for UAE and Dubai. In fact, travellers can visit any Emirati city (Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Dubai, Fujairah, Ajman, and Umm Al Quwain) with a UAE visa.

Q. What if I withdraw my application?

It is not possible to withdraw your visa application, especially after submitting it. Once the application is submitted and processed, then you can not withdraw it even if your Dubai trip is postponed.

Also, do read our blog on Nationalities from 87 countries who are visa-exempted from entering the UAE


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