Picture used for illustrative purpose only.
The UAE has announced an integrated programme supporting holders of the “Hayya” Card issued by FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which will take this year from Nov.20 to Dec.18.
The programme comes within the UAE’s initiatives aiming to support the state of Qatar, in hosting the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
Through the Multiple-Entry Tourist Visa options, the UAE will be hosting the world cup fans, allowing them to enter UAE multiple times over a period of 90 days.
The Federal Authority For Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Port Security, explained that the programme includes granting a multiple-entry visa to the UAE for a total period of up to (90) days from the date of issuance of this visa. The visa fees is reduced to Dhs100 and will be paid once for the whole period.
The Authority indicated that holders of “Hayya” card, can enter the UAE by applying for this visa starting Nov.1, 2022, and it will allow them to enter the country several times during the validity period.
This visa can be extended for another 90 days according to the conditions, procedures and the normal fees followed in the current visa system in the UAE.
Citizens of visa-exempt countries are excluded from the above procedures, as they can enter and stay in the UAE according to the current procedures.
“Hayya” Card Holders can apply to the Multiple-entry visa through the website (www.icp.gov.ae), by choosing “Smart Channels,” and then selecting “Public Services,” followed by choosing “Hayya Card Holders” Visa and completing data and documents and paying the applicable fees.
The Pakistani High Commission, as a goodwill gesture, issued a three-month visa to a 92-year-old Indian woman, Reena Chhibar, who reached Pakistan on Saturday to see her ancestral home, media reports said.
The UAE Government has announced granting long-term visas for the top 100 start-ups shaping the fourth industrial revolution.
In its efforts to support the goals of the UAE Government, Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza), a key engine of economic diversification and leading source of foreign investment, is offering facilities to obtain long term visas for its customers
The ceremony included keynote speeches praising the outcomes of the 7th edition and its role in supporting and developing the Arab women's sports sector.
Presented by the World Professional Wrestling Hub (WPWH), a total of 10 international stars will be competing in an unforgettable night in the ring.
The campaign aims to integrate sports into charitable work by harnessing sports in serving charity activities during the Holy Month and positively integrating sports events in serving the community, which contributes to supporting social services and humanitarian projects.