The UAE issues various types of visas and entry permits for those wishing to visit, and their prices vary according to their duration, number of trips and their purpose, including entry permits for a long visit for several trips, a long visit permit for one trip, a long visit permit for one trip (tourism), and a long visit permit for several trips (tourism), short visit permission for one trip, short visit permission for one trip (tourism), short visit permission for one trip (attendance of a festival, exhibition, seminar or conference), short visit permission for multiple trips, short visit permission for multiple trips (tourism), Entry permit for a short visit for several trips (attendance of a festival, exhibition, seminar or conference).
The Emirates Digital Government, through its official account on Twitter, published a report showing information about the cost of visas and entry permits to the Emirates, provisions for overstaying a visa, and conditions for modifying its status, through the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship services guide at the link https://ica.gov. .ae/userfiles/assets/services-catalogue.pdf, which shows the fees for different types of entry permits and residence permits in Abu Dhabi and the Northern Emirates, and at the link https://amer247.com/pricing-list/ which shows a list of prices for visa and visa services in Dubai .
The digital government has alerted to the consequences of exceeding the period of entry permit or visa, stressing that if the tourist or visitor exceeds the period of stay permitted by the entry permit, visitor visa or tourism, it is considered a violation and is fined by the relevant authorities in the UAE by 200 dirhams for the first day 100 dirhams for each day thereafter, and 100 dirhams additional service fee upon leaving the country.
For residents of the UAE, the law gives them a grace period of 30 days, either to adjust their status and provide a new sponsorship for them and their dependents, or to leave the country. No fines apply during that period, and if the grace period expires and the resident exceeds the 30 days, he will be fined 125 dirhams for the first day, 25 dirhams for each subsequent day, 50 dirhams for each day exceeded after six months of the grace period, 100 dirhams for each A day exceeded after one year of the grace period.
With regard to the modification of visa status, she pointed out that according to Ministerial Resolution No. 377 of 2014, holders of all types of visas are allowed to modify their residency status in the country and change it from an entry permit for visit or tourism to a residency visa, subject to certain conditions, in addition to a fee of 555 Dirhams as an exit allowance, the customer must carry out the procedures for adjusting his position before the expiry of his entry permit or visa.
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