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Emirtes To Have Common Visit Visa Rules

A top official at The Federal Naturalisation and Residency Department (FNRD) in the Ministry of Interior has said that the ministry is studying the visa issuance procedure in all the emirates in a bid to unify the procedure across UAE. The ministry is studying the possibility of issuing visas to visit any emirate from any of the NRDs even if the expatriate sponsoring the visitor is a resident of another emirate. The official has said that no deadline has been set for the unification to come info force, the announcement would be made after the committee concerned finishes the study.

 

 Source: Khaleej Times

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