List of countries where UAE expats can get an e-Visa
Planning to travel outside of the UAE? Find out about the easy e-Visa choices that UAE expats in places like Saudi Arabia, Japan, Azerbaijan, Oman, and Qatar can use. Find out what these e-Visas can do for you, how much they cost, and how long they are good for. This will make your travels easier and more handy.
Good news for expats living in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) who want to journey abroad for Eid al-Adha or their summer vacation.
Many countries now offer e-Visas, so you don’t have to wait in long lines to get your visa stamped. With these e-Visas, UAE expats can speed up the process of getting a visa and plan their trips more easily.
The arrival of e-Visas has changed the way people apply for visas. Now, travelers can get their visas verified in just a few minutes and avoid long lines and lots of paperwork. UAE expats can apply for their cards online with just a few clicks, which saves them time and work.
In this piece, we’ll look at five countries that offer e-Visas to UAE expatriates, making it easier and faster for you to travel internationally.
Saudi Arabia, Japan, Azerbaijan, Oman, and Qatar are among these countries. By using e-Visas, these places are making it easier for people from the UAE to visit their sights, see family and friends, or do business.
So, if you’re ready to travel abroad without the hassle of traditional visa procedures, let’s look at the easy e-Visa choices that UAE expatriates in the following countries have.
1. Saudi Arabia GCC e-Visa
Saudi Arabia recently started a new e-visa system for people from the UAE and seven other countries. The system sends visa information to email addresses and uses QR codes instead of standard visa stickers.
Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) residents who live abroad can get an e-Visa from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. With this e-Visa, you can stay in the country for up to 90 days. It gives you the chance to travel around Saudi Arabia, see family and friends, and perform Umrah at any time of the year (except during Hajj season).
Visas and how much they cost
According to the official Saudi Government website, the type of visa you apply for will decide how long you can stay in Saudi Arabia. The multiple-entry tourist visa is good for 90 days and is valid for one year from the date it was issued. The single-entry tourist visa lets you stay for up to 30 days and is only good for a certain amount of time after you get it.
A GCC resident e-Visa costs about 300 Saudi riyals (Dh293.25), which includes a charge for health insurance.
2. Japan e-Visa
With the new 90-day e-Visa from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, getting a visa to go to Japan is now easier for people who live in the UAE. Through Japan’s official e-Visa platform, expats can apply for a short-term vacation visa. This was announced in the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Requirements and Validity
Make sure you have a legal ID, an Emirates ID, and a UAE residence visa before you apply for an e-Visa. The e-Visa lets you stay in Japan for 90 days and is good for 3 months.
The fee for getting an e-Visa is 3,000 yen, which is about Dh82. But some people may not have to pay the fee or may get a discount. The usual fee is Dh80, and people from India have to pay an extra Dh20.
3. Azerbaijan e-Visa On Arrival
UAE residents who want to travel to Azerbaijan have two options: they can apply for an e-Visa ahead of time or get a visa when they get there. With either visa, you can stay in the country for up to 30 days.
Either the e-Visa or the visa at the airport costs Dh140. Use Azerbaijan’s official online visa site to get an e-Visa. The visa will be sent to you within three days.
4. Oman e-Visa
Expats who live in the UAE can get an e-Visa that lets them stay in Oman for up to 30 days. But it’s important to remember that only jobs that are allowed by the Royal Oman Police (ROP) can be applied for online. If your job isn’t on the list, you’ll have to use an unauthorized travel service to apply for a sponsored tourist visa.
A 30-day stay visa to Oman costs 5 Omani Rials, which is the same as Dh47.50.
5. Qatar e-Visa
Qatar has made its doors open to all UAE expats, no matter what they do for a living. You can now get a Qatar e-Visa through their online Hayya site. This lets you stay in the country for up to 30 days.
The fee for a Qatar e-Visa is 100 QAR, which is about 100.49 Dh. Once your visa application is accepted, you will have to pay the fee, which is non-refundable.
Since e-Visas were introduced, UAE expats can get international tickets faster. UAE residents can easily travel Saudi Arabia, Japan, Azerbaijan, Oman, and Qatar with e-Visas.
E-Visas have made it easier and faster for UAE expats to travel overseas by eliminating long lineups and speeding up verification. To ensure a good vacation, check each e-Visa’s requirements and fees before applying.
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