Rameshmenon
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Sunil Mishra
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Saisrikanthhr
Hr Executive

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Share some knowledge regarding on different type of VISA Is it true that Visit visa going to be END. SRIKANTH
29th June 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Srikanth,

As far as I know there is no end to Visit Visa, particularly because Tourism is one source of revenue which is being promoted in an extensive manner.

Now regarding the types of visas, you may look at the following links which will give you an idea about the latest developments on UAE Visas:

Team 1 Dubai : Your e-Home for TQM & Positive Thinking: Visas in the UAE

Team 1 Dubai : Your e-Home for TQM & Positive Thinking: Visa service to cost Dh40 at Dnata counters

Team 1 Dubai : Your e-Home for TQM & Positive Thinking: Major revamp of visit visa norms

Team 1 Dubai : Your e-Home for TQM & Positive Thinking: Visitors face Dh500 fee in visa overhaul

Hope your queries are answered.

Regards,

Ramesh Menon
29th June 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
Hi Ramesh,

Really great to c ur responce.

Please check the below article.


Short visa runs set to end, says UAE official

By Bassma Al Jandaly, Staff Reporter
Published: June 27, 2008, 00:07
Dubai: Short visa runs will be banned once new entry permit rules take effect on August 1, a senior Ministry of Interior official told Gulf News on Thursday.
Expatriates who wanted to adjust their visa status had to make quick trips to neighbouring countries and then return to the UAE.

In February 2004 a Kish Air plane crashed into a residential area near Sharjah airport, killing 43 people aboard. Most of the victims had gone to Kish Island in Iran so that they could adjust their visa status.
Immediately afterwards, the late Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan abolished the law that required foreign workers to briefly exit the country to comply with visa regulations.

His Highness Shaikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, who was then Crown Prince of Dubai, ordered new measures to ensure that there was no longer any need for people on visit visas, who have been issued work permits, to leave the country to convert them to residence visas. A fee could be paid instead.
However, four years later, visa runs continue. All this is set to change once the new rules come into effect. A Ministry of Interior official said short visa runs will be completely stopped.
People who have secured jobs will come here only on employment visas - they won't be allowed to come on visit visas and then change their status to employment and residency.
The official said the complete ban on short visa runs will be made soon. "We will stop these daily runs to neighbouring countries. If required, expatriates will have to leave the country for at least a month," he said.
Gulf News reported on Wednesday that a two-month-old baby must travel to Kish or to Oman and return so that he can get a residency visa.


Visa runs continue despite Shaikh Mohammad's order's

By Alia Al Theeb, Staff Reporter
Published: June 27, 2008, 00:07

On February 11, 2004, Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan abolished the law countrywide that required foreign workers to briefly exit the UAE to comply with visa regulations, a day after a Kish Air plane crashed into a residential area near Sharjah airport, killing 43 of the 46 people aboard.

Expatriates who arrive on visitors' visas but later find jobs no longer have to exit and re-enter on new work visas.

On February 10, 2004, His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, who was then the Dubai Crown Prince, ordered new measures to ensure that there will no longer be any need for people on visit visas, who have been issued work permits, to leave the country to convert them into residence visas.

29th June 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Hi Sri, Can you give some idea on the salary package being offered in Flexible Packaging Industry to Factory Workers / Staff. rgds, Sunil
30th June 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
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