UAE: Multi-entry tourist visas announced for all nationalities

Web Report/Dubai
Filed on March 21, 2021
Photo: Sheikh Mohammed/Twitter

Sheikh Mohammed also announced a 'remote work visa'.

The UAE Cabinet has approved a multiple entry tourist visa for all nationalities.

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His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, said the new scheme aims to "strengthen the UAE’s status as a global economic capital".

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This came as Sheikh Mohammed chaired a Cabinet meeting on Sunday.

He had also announced a remote work visa that lets overseas remote working professionals reside in the UAE as they connect to work abroad virtually.

The new visa schemes are the latest in a string of reforms announced recently to boost the economy and help investors, entrepreneurs, qualified individuals and families.

The UAE had first announced multiple entry visit visas for tourists in January last year.

Sheikh Mohammed had said then that the first-of-its-kind visa is aimed at establishing the UAE as a major 'global tourism destination'.

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