How to Check UAE Visa Status
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UAE Visa - An Overview
Foreign travellers to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) must apply for and obtain a visa before their arrival unless they belong to one of the visa-free countries or are eligible to get a visa on arrival in the Emirates. A UAE visa is a legal permit to live, work, study, or travel anywhere in the UAE.
Types of UAE Visas
Entry Permit for Short-Term Visits:
5-Year Multiple Entry Visa
GCC Visa for UAE Residents
UAE Job Seeker Visa
Residence Visas for Long-Term Stay
UAE Golden Visa
UAE Green Visa
How to Check the UAE Visa Status Online?
The following details are required to check your UAE visa status online.
Passport number with details
Visa application reference number
How to Check the UAE Visa Status by Passport Number?
Go to the ICP Smart Services portal.
Select the option ‘Change Language’ and click on English
Click on the ‘Passport Information’ tab
Select ‘Visa’ or ‘Residency’, depending on your visa type
Enter your passport number and passport expiry date (UAE residents can also enter their Emirates ID number)
Select your nationality from the dropdown menu
Check the captcha checkbox before you click on the search tab
Click on ‘Submit’
The complete visa details, along with the expiry date, will be displayed if you provide the correct information. It is also important that you renew your visa before its expiry.
How to Check the UAE Visa Status With Passport Number Offline?
There is a convenient way for people who prefer the traditional offline method. They can check their UAE visa status with their passport number by calling 600-522-222.
If your visa is Dubai-based, you can check the visa status by calling Amer Centre at 800-5111. If you are calling from outside the country, the contact number is +971-4-313-9999.
How To Check Your Dubai Visa Validity Online (Issuance & Expiry Date)?
The UAE visa validity check can be made directly on the entry permit that you receive. You get both single and multiple-entry visas in the UAE. The validity of these visas ranges between 48 hours for a transit visa to 5-10 years for long-term residence visas.
If you are a UAE resident living in the country, please contact Amer service on the toll-free number 800 5111 to check the validity of a Dubai-based visa.
If you are staying outside the UAE, please call Amer on the toll-free number +9714-313-9999. You can also call the toll-free number 600522222 to enquire about visa types, issuance, and validity.
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Frequently Asked Questions onHow to Check Your UAE Visa Status
You need the details of your visa application number and reference number to check the status online. These details are given by the service provider to whom you submit your visa application.
You will be notified through an email by the UAE immigration authorities to inform whether your visa application has been approved or rejected. You can also check the Dubai visa status online.
Yes. You can reapply if your visa application has been rejected for some reason. But if you have appealed against the Embassy’s decision to reject your visa application, you will have to wait until they respond.