New visa policy introduced in Dubai for visitors

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According to the sources from Dubai, the government of UAE has introduced a new visa policy which will be applicable for the visitors and residents travelling to Dubai. The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai (GDRFA) has introduced the ‘UAE vision’ that will allow the people to apply for all kind of visa and residency related transactions only via typing services approved by the residency department of UAE.

[su_expand more_text=”READ MORE” less_text=” ” height=”0″ hide_less=”yes” link_style=”button” link_align=”center”] Based on this new system those who are seeking for visa related services will not require any more to visit the GDRFA headquarters or any of its external branches in order to apply for the any type of visa or residency related transaction including applying for visa, renewing residency, applying for new residency or cancellation in addition to any other related services as all the services will be available at the typing services centres.. Major General Mohammed Ahmed Al Marri, Director-General of the General Directorate of Residency and foreigners’ Affairs in Dubai told the media.

Colonel Hussein Ibrahim, Assistant of the Director-General for administrative support at GDRFA, to the media that, The ‘UAE Vision’ is a new system where public members will be able to visit any of the typing service offices and submit their transactions all without having to visit the GDRFA building or any of the centres to complete their transactions as everything will be done at the typing centre only.

According to Hussein, the clients need to provide the accurate information to the typing centre including the valid phone numbers, address, and email id in order to facilitate the smooth communication and transaction in regards with allotment renewal of visa.

He said that those who apply for visit visa related transaction will have it sent to their email and those applying for residency visa service will have it send to them via Zajel service.

Source: Dubai Correspondent  [/su_expand]

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