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New types of visit visas to be announced today

posted on 08/06/2008: 1297 views


The Federal Naturalisation and Residency Department (FNRD) at the Ministry of Interior (MoI) will announce today the new types of visit visas that would come into force soon.

The announcement, which was to be made last week, was rescheduled due to the three-day official mourning over the death of Sheikh Nasser bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

The announcement will be made by Lt-Gen Mohammed Salim Al Khaili, Director-General of FNRD.

Khaleej Times had published on May 28 that the new types of visas would include a one-month visit visa that would cost Dh500, a three-month visit visa at Dh1,000 and six-month visit visa at Dh2,000.

The third type allows the visitor to enter the country and leave more than once during the six-month period after a one-month stay on each entry.

The announcement also will include new medical and education visas that would be implemented countrywide. –Khaleej Times

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