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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Port Security (ICP) announced the launch of the multi-entry tourist visa to the UAE for holders of the 'Hayya' card as of today (Tuesday).
In a statement, the ICP welcomed the fans holding the "Hayya” card issued by the organisers of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 to visit the UAE throughout the period of the tournament that will be held in Qatar from November 20 to December 18, 2022.
This comes within the framework of the UAE government's support to Qatar to host the events and competitions of the FIFA World Cup. “Visitors can apply for the tourist visa designated for "Hayya” card holders through the website www.icp.gov.ae,” the ICP said.
“The multi-entry visa is issued in accordance with the regulations of the updated visa system against a fee of Dhs100. It is valid for 90 days and can be extended for another 90 days upon request without the requirement of a guarantor or proof of prior entry into Qatar,” the ICP added.
The Authority provides hassle-free procedures related to issuing the "Hayya” cardholders visa through its smart services platform, which is available within the list of public services.
The ICP reiterated welcoming visitors of the event coming to the UAE from around the world to attend the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, in a step to enhance the prospects of cooperation and the ties with Qatar and all the GCC countries.
With this step, the UAE continues to enhance its attractiveness by modernizing and expanding its residency and entry visa options in line with enhancing its global competitiveness in attracting investors, entrepreneurs, and scientific competencies, and enhancing its position as a leading tourist destination in the region and the world.
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