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Getting Your Dubai Work Permit by ECNEDigital: 1:29pm On Oct 01
In this tread, all issues related to getting your 2yrs work permit to work in Dubai will be treaded here.
Re: Getting Your Dubai Work Permit by erifeoluwasimi: 1:32pm On Oct 01
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Re: Getting Your Dubai Work Permit by ECNEDigital: 8:54pm On Oct 01
Dubai is an intriguing destination abound with so many exquisite sights and things to do. If you’ve been dreaming of exploring this wonderful city, now is the time to book your ticket! Follow our easy step-by-step guide on how to apply for a Dubai visa, and you’ll soon be marveling at the views atop Burj Khalifa or wandering along the pearly-white beaches of Palm Jumeirah. Avoid the unnecessary stress that comes with applying for a visa with the help of this Dubai visa guide.

Nigerian passport holders require a visa for Dubai. The process can be relatively painless with some advice! You will need to apply at the Dubai Visa Application Centre in Lagos or online. Travelers can apply for their Dubai visa a maximum of 2 months before their date of travel, as the validity of the visa is 58 days from the date of issue. The latest that travelers are able to apply for a visa is 2 weeks before the date of departure.

Please check your eligibility before beginning the application process and submitting your application well in advance of flight departure. Once you have your visa, all that’s left to do is pack your bags!

Please note this process is applicable to Nigerian passport holders.
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Re: Getting Your Dubai Work Permit by ECNEDigital: 9:24pm On Oct 01
Types of Visas
96-Hour Visa: You are only eligible to stay in the UAE for a maximum of 96 hours. It is best suited for travelers who plan to stay for a period of fewer than 4 days in the country.

14-Day Visa (short-term visit, single entry): This non-extendable visa is valid for a 14-day stay from the date of the issue.

30-Day Visa (short-term visit, single entry): This non-extendable visa is valid for a 30-day stay.

90-Day Visa: It is valid for 90 days and great for travelers who are going to Dubai on holiday or to visit family and friends.

Validity
The 30-day tourist visa is valid for 58 days from the date of issue. This Dubai visa is only valid for a family traveling for tourist purposes.

Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after departing from the UAE.

The processing time for a Dubai visa is between 2 and 8 days, depending on the type of visa you are applying for.

Re: Getting Your Dubai Work Permit by ECNEDigital: 8:00pm On Oct 02
Visa Costs

Visa Type Visa Fee
30-Day Visa ₦30,000
96-Hour Visa ₦23,000
14-Day Visa ₦30,000
90-Day Visa ₦63,000
90-Day Multi-Entry Long Term Visa ₦154,000
30-Day Multi-Entry Short Term Visa ₦61,000
Cancellation Charge ₦8,400
Payments are to be made at the VFS Dubai Visa Application Centre. You are required to obtain your electronic receipt when making the payment.

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