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Facts about United-arab-emirates

The United Arab Emirates is a dream destination for tourists. There are a lot of breathtaking views scattered around the city. You should make sure to have a very good camera on this journey because you will not be able to resist the sight and you will need a reminder. From the view of the Burj Khalifa to the Ferrari world the mosque with a chandelier of crystals, you definitely have enough to keep you wanting more.

The number of international tourists visiting Dubai yearly is about 20.7 million people and this number is going to take a considerable jump in the years to come. The most populous city in the UAE is in Dubai.

Only non-muslims are allowed alcohol consumption in restaurants, bars, clubs, private venues and at home. Tourists are not allowed to purchase alcohol in general stores and supermarkets. E-cigarettes and vaping are banned in Dubai and UAE.

Basic Travel Requirements for Filipinos visiting United-arab-emirates

  • A Signed, original Philippine passport with validity of at least 6 months from the proposed date of arrival in the UAE. 
  • Two fully accomplished and duly signed visa application forms.
  • If invited by a host in UAE,an invitation letter is required.
  • Two passport sized photographs (51 mm x 55 mm) taken with a white background and showing the face fully. 
  • A bank statement to prove your financial ability to support the trip.
  • A cover letter from the applicant containing the introduction, reason for staying/visiting the UAE, and specific request of visa.
  • If you have a sponsor or host in the UAE, a copy of the host’s valid passport and residency permit in the UAE is required.
  • A proof of Medical Insurance is required.
  • A confirmed flight reservation with dates of entry and exit from UAE.
  • If you’re traveling with a minor child, the minor’s birth certificate is required.
  • A proof of accommodation.

Types of United-arab-emirates Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist Visa 2-7 days 30 days
Transit Visa 4-5 days 14 days
Work Visa 3 weeks 30 days
Business Visa 2-7 working days 30 days
Visa days

Visas of United Arab Emirates Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Tourist Visa 336.00 (AED)
Transit Visa 50.00 (AED)
Work Visa 7000.00 (AED)
Business Visa 1000.00 (AED)
Visa Not available

FAQs about Visas of United Arab Emirates

Can you hold hands in public in UAE ?

Public displays of affection are not well-tolerated in Dubai. Holding hands is fine for married couples, but kissing or hugging in public are not acceptable. Keep in mind that if you're stopped by the police because you're holding hands and you're not married, you might run into trouble.


Is it safe to travel to UAE ?

UAE is the 31st safest country in the world, based on the safest and most dangerous countries ranking. Violent crime is low and most tourists will never face any safety concern. The most common is risk pickpocketing. There have been incidents of drink spiking in places frequented by visitors, but it is relatively rare.

What language does UAE speak ?

Although Arabic is the official language of the UAE, English is the most spoken language in Dubai. You will also find a lot of expatriates who speak Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Tamil, Tagalog, Persian, Chinese, Malayalam, in addition to many other languages.

What is UAE culture ?

The UAE is a predominantly Muslim country. Islam is the basis of the UAE's culture, political system and way of life, yet it is also multi-cultural and tolerant towards other religions.   Emirati clothing is an important part of the history and heritage of the UAE and is a source of pride.

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Tourist Visa from Philippines to United Arab Emirates

The tourist visa is given to the Philippines travelling to UAE for tourism and visitation. An original Philippine passport with validity of at least 6 months from the proposed arrival date in the UAE. If you are invited by a resident or an organisation, an invitation letter is required. If you have a sponsor or host in the UAE, a copy of the host’s valid passport and residency permit in the UAE is required. A bank statement is required to prove the financial ability to cover up the applicant duration of stay. A cover letter from the applicant containing the introduction, reason for staying/visiting the  UAE. The United Arab Emirates has both single and multiple tourist visa entries. 2 copies of a fully accomplished and signed visa application forms. Two coloured recent photographs  (51 mm x 55 mm) with white background. Applicants below the age of 18 are to submit a copy of their original birth certificate alongside, a letter of consent from their parents or guardian. Proof of medical insurance is required. A copy of a valid Philippine passport. The applicants' travel itinerary should be submitted.

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Transit Visa from Philippines to United Arab Emirates

The transit visa is issued to the Philippines transiting through the UAE to their destination countries. The applicant must possess a valid passport. The transit visa is valid for 14 days. A transit visa must be processed and approved before travelling to the UAE. A passport or travel document with a minimum validity of six months is required. You are also required to have an onward ticket to your next destination country. You need to apply for the transit visa in advance through a UAE-based airline.  A transit visa is issued either for 48 hours or for 96 hours.

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Work Visa from Philippines to United Arab Emirates

The application form must be completely filled out. Applicant's passport photographs (51mm x 55mm). Employee’s original passport and photocopy. A copy of the valid company card. A valid commercial license of the company. Payment of application fee is required. A valid health certificate is required. The employer will apply for an entry permit from the Ministry of Labor on behalf of the employee and the approval must be granted before the employee enters the UAE. The entry permit is valid for 2 months from the date of issue and allows the holder to remain in the UAE for a period of 30 days, it is extendable twice. Employee's educational certificates and other evidence of professional qualifications are required. Sponsoring company’s valid trade license Three copies of the employment contract – one for the employer, one for the employee and one for the Ministry of Labor A valid passport with a minimum of six months is required.

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Business Visa from Philippines to United Arab Emirates

A business visa is issued to the Philippines traveling to UAE for some business activities. Payment of the business  visa application fee All business visa fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. A statement or documentation detailing the purpose and duration of the visit. A proof of funds to support visit or support from sponsoring company. The business visa is valid for 30 days An original Philippine passport with validity of at least 6 months from the proposed arrival date in the UAE with one blank visa page. Proof of medical insurance is required. Two colored recent photographs  (51 mm x 55 mm) with a white background. If you intend to stay longer than 30 days then you may request more time from the immigration officer at the airport or contact the local immigration office in the UAE and request an extension. Hold all documents required for the next destination Proof of onward/return flights.

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Visa from Philippines to United Arab Emirates

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