“Citizens of the Republic of India who are holders of normal passports with a six-month,or more, valid green card or visa issued by the United States of America shall be granted entry visas to the UAE from all ports for a period of 14 days,subject for a single renewal for the same period upon payment of applicable fees,” an official statement said earlier on March.
According to latest figures, the UAE-India trade has grown to around $60 billion (Dh220 billion) per annum, making India the second largest trading partner of UAE. The UAE exports to India totalled $27 billion (Dh99 billion) while Indian exports to UAE totalled $33 billion (Dh121 billion). The number of Indian tourists coming to the UAE last year reached about 1.6 million Indian tourists, and there were about 50,000 UAE tourists who visited India in the same year. There are about 143 flights a day between the UAE and Indian cities, at a rate of 1000 flights per week. Strong bonds of friendship between UAE and India have found clear expression in the series of high-level bilateral visits between the two countries in the past two years, The move of granting entry visas to the UAE aligns itself with the close cooperation between the two countries.
Citizens of the following countries do not require advance visa arrangements to enter the UAE and can obtain a visa upon arrival for 90 days:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic,Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia,Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania,Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland & France.
Citizens of the following countries do not require advance visa arrangements to enter the UAE and can obtain a visa upon arrival for 30 days:
Andorra, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Monaco,South Korea, Brunei, Ireland, New Zealand, The Vatican, Canada, Japan, SanMarino, United States, United Kingdom & Russia Federation.