UAE Visit Visas: You Have A One Month Grace Period From July 12


If you’re on a visit visa, you have one month to try and renew your visa or go home.

Following the amendments of grace periods for expired visa holders in the UAE, authorities have clarified the information for visit visas.

If you have a visit visa which expired after March 1, you have a one month grace period to arrange your documents, starting from July 12. This means you will begin incurring overstay fines again after August 10.  You can visit Amer for visa approval.

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GDRFA is warning customers to ensure you have the correct documents ready, otherwise, you can expect delays

To update your residency visa: The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship resumes its services to customers, here are the dates for residency visa holders to take note of

READ: UAE Visa Update: Have All Your Documents Ready Or Expect Delays

READ: The UAE Cabinet Issues An Amended Grace Period For ALL Residents With Expired Visas

LISTEN: The Lovin Daily: UAE Visit Visas: You Have A Month Grace Period From July 12

DHA is reminding all Dubai citizens and returning residents to treat wearing a face mask at all times as the NEW normal!

If you’ve run out of disposable masks or are looking for quality reusable masks (to avoid being fined AED 3000) then check these out:

1. A pack of 50 three-layer disposable medical face masks for AED 23.98.

2. Advance reusable face mask, suitable for when you go running or cycling for AED 88.90.

3. Pack of 8 adjustable and slightly more affordable reusable face masks with breathing filters and earloops, for AED 53.90.

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