The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has announced increased visa penalties for both residents and visitors.
For every day that the visa is used after its expiration date, an additional punishment of Dh50 will be imposed.
The UAE Digital Government and the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs, and Ports Security (UAEICP) have collaborated to announce additional visa fees for those living in the nation as well as visitors to the Country.
UAE announces new visa fines
Overstays on residence or visit visas that have already expired in the nation are the target audience for the combined cost structure.
According to the revised regulations, a flat charge of Dh50 will be imposed for each day beyond the visa’s expiration date, inclusive of any grace period that may be given for the renewal of the visa.
The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai (GDRFA) website and the Authority website are both good places to look for information, and individuals have been urged by the Digital Government to check them out.
UAE announces new visa policy
These online platforms provide full information on visa service charges, which include costs associated with the granting of visas, the renewal of visas, and the cancellation of visas.
Applications for entry permits and visas can be sent to the authority using its website, its smart application, the Dubai Now application, or approved typing facilities.
An acceptance letter is sent to the applicant together with the original entrance permit once the application has been submitted to one of these centers and has been deemed acceptable for processing.