Transit Visa Dubai


If you aren't aware of what is a transit visa, you have come to the right place. A transit visa is valid for a brief period. It allows a traveler to pass through the international zone of an airport without entering the country's territory. It happens in case if you stay for a layover. If you pass through Dubai en route to another destination, you will surely need a transit visa. In simpler terms, this visa is valid if the passenger has confirmed a flight ticket from India to Dubai (DXB) and from Dubai (DXB) to the next destination or vice versa.

With us as your guiding light, getting a Dubai transit visa is very simple and happens without a fuss. You have to apply for a Dubai transit visa and receive it within five working days.

The UAE issues two transit visas: one is valid for 48 hours and comes free of cost. Another one is valid for 96 hours, and the price is AED 50 only. Transit visas are sponsored only by UAE-based airlines. These transit visas must be processed and approved before entering the UAE. None of the transit visas is extendable.

Documents required

  • You have confirmed your return air ticket. We will love it if you book your tickets from us. (Just a friendly suggestion)
  • Scanned color copies (preferably two) of the first and last page of your passport.
  • Scanned color copies (preferably two) of your passport size photograph taken against a white background. Please strictly avoid blurred and unclear photos.
  • Scanned color copies (preferably two) of your pan card.
  • Confirmed onward journey tickets via Dubai only. (It is proof that you are en route to another destination via Dubai)
  • Third country visa copy is a must.

Please note

We do not provide any job/employment visa. This is just for the layover time if your destination is some other country from India via Dubai.

This type of visa is strictly used for transit purposes only. So, it is a single-entry and single-exit visa.

Charges will vary based on what type of transit visa you need.

Your Dubai visa fees include

  • Consulate application fees
  • Our service fees
  • All taxes

Several items should not be brought into the UAE, including alcohol, pornographic videos, drugs, ammunition, and spears. For making payments, cash and credit cards are commonly used. Automatic teller machines (ATMs) are available around the clock.

To remain organized, a checklist needs to be compiled so you can stay in control, be safe and ensure a hassle-free holiday for you and your family. Visa regulations and passport validity are two of the essential items.

Dubai is the perfect stopover location. Jet Lag can be a mood killer, but a sensibly planned airline stopover in one of the best stopover cities can be made memorable with the Burj Khalifa visit. Don't forget to click few pictures in the deserts of Dubai for your Instagram page. You can also encourage your shopaholic soul to visit the Dubai Mall, the second-largest in the world. Retail therapy is good, isn't it? You can also book your stay at luxury hotels and enjoy mouth-wateringly delicious fusion food.

There is no shortage of places to explore or plans to execute in Dubai on a layover. You have to be ready with your transit visa and make your stay over the most memorable one.