Please contact your sponsor in the UAE. The sponsor can tell you about the ban.
Only your sponsor in the UAE can remove the ban, please contact them directly.
Ideally, you have to get your visa cancelled first and then apply for a new visa. Please contact your sponsor in the UAE to see if anything can be done.
Please check with your employer regarding the required documents. The Embassy does not decide which documents need to be attested. For the procedure of the attestation by the Embassy, please see the Consular Section, Attestation link.
The fee of the commercial documents depends on the matter / content. Please show the documents at the counter to know the fees. For the rest of the procedure, please see the attestation link on this website.
Before coming to the Embassy, you need to get the lamination removed (if not completely, then a part of it).
Contact the Institute in the UAE directly.
Yes, the degree will be recognized, if it is from one of the recognized universities of the UAE. The list of recognized universities can be found on the following link: https://www.ugc.ac.in/page/Edu-Abroad-for-Indian-Students.aspx
This will depend on the institution and your qualifications. Contact the concerned institution.
Yes, if it is properly legalized. Check with the Embassy/Consulate of India in the UAE.
Yes, you need a visa. You should also have a passport valid for a minimum of 6 months.
Yes, but you should contact the Indian Embassy or the Consulate of India in the UAE.
Yes, with written proof of parental responsibility.
Yes, with written approval from the parent or the guardian.
It would be advisable. Please contact the Visa processing authority.
Legalization is the same as attestation. Please see the legalization section on this website.
Yes, the UAE is one of the safest countries in the world.
Visits to mosques can be easily arranged through your tour operator or hotel. Just make sure you are dressed modestly
During Ramadan, all Muslims keep their fast from sunrise to sunset. Eating, drinking, and smoking in public areas during daylight hours should be avoided. However, hotels provide meals at restaurants that are not exposed to the public view in the fasting hours. Some restaurants and café’s across the UAE are also opened during fasting hours, but are not exposed to the public.
Some prescribed and over the counter medicines that are available in India are controlled substances in the UAE. Such medication is not allowed into the UAE without prior permission from the UAE Ministry of Health. Check the list of prohibited medication via http://www.moh.gov.ae/en/.
The penalties for drug trafficking, smuggling and possession, of even residual amounts, are severe.
You will need to be sponsored by an employer. The employer will send you the work permit directly. The Embassy does not provide any work permits
No, you do not. The UAE does not have any federal income tax on salaries.
You should contact: National Media Council, P.O. Box 3790, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Tel: +971 2 4044333, Fax: +971 2 4044368, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
No, you should apply for an International Driving License or a UAE License.
No, but you can obtain a temporary UAE driving license for 6 months even if you are not a resident. This can be arranged at the Traffic Police Department in each Emirate.
No. If you require medical treatment, you or your travel insurance company will need to cover the costs.
A modest dress code should be followed in public places.
See the Commercial section of this website for general information. Contact the local Chamber of Commerce in the relevant Emirate for specific information.
Many offices work on a two shift system, for example (8am- 1pm) and (4pm-7pm). The working days in the UAE are from Sunday to Thursday (5 days) with Friday and Saturday being the weekend. During the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, normal working hours are reduced by two to three hours per day.
The UAE residency or employment visa can only be cancelled by the employer or the sponsor in the UAE. It is recommended that these procedures are undertaken during the termination of the employment contract. Please see the Consular Section link on this website.
Yes, you need a visa.
It depends on your nationality. Please see the Consular Section on this website.
The passport's expiry date should not be less than six months. As for those transiting or coming on the basis of special permits / visits or for an assignment, the period of validity of their passports should not be less than three months.
One of the conditions of the Entry Visit Visa to UAE is to have a return ticket, or at least a ticket which shows that the visitor is continuing the travel to an onward destination.
This depends on your nationality and on the length of your stop- over in Dubai. Most travelers require visas to enter Dubai. However, regulations frequently change, so if you wish to leave the airport while in transit through Dubai, please check your visa requirements on this website, before you start your journey. Travelers of certain nationalities may obtain visas at the airport on arrival.
Please visit the Consular Section, Loss of Passport link on this website.