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The procedures / rules detailed here below are for Information Only and are subject to change without prior notice. Most travelers need to obtain a visa prior to entering the United Arab Emirates. However, the following passport holders are granted an entry permit stamp on their passport upon arrival. 

  • AGCC country visa holders (certain designations only) 

  • France, Italy, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Finland, Spain, Monaco, Vatican City, Iceland, Andorra, San Marino, Liechtenstein, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Brunei, Hong Kong, Singapore South Korea and Malaysia

Regulations for visa application: 

  • Passport must have minimum 6 months validity at the time of applying for an Entry Permit. 

  • All photographs are to be recent color photographs. (Polaroid Photographs are not accepted) 

  • Those who are already in the U.A.E cannot get another entry permit until he/she departs from U.A.E. 

  • DNRD working hours are from 8 am to 2 pm. Saturday to Wednesday except public holidays. Thursdays and Fridays are normal weekend holidays.

For more or updated information on visa requirement, please check with the nearest UAE embassy or contact The Department of Naturalization and Residency: http://www.dnrd.gov.ae/  

If you require a visa to attend the Future Capitals - World Summit & Awards, once you have fully finalized registration, we can supply you an invitation letter to present to the U.A.E embassy in your country. However, we can NOT take responsibly for arranging your visa or if the embassy refuses.  FC however  will reimburse your registration fee if visa has been refused and upon receipt of refusal note from the embassy.

For more information about visa requirements please visit Visa Info




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