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Dubai tourist visa: Visitors must pay overstay fines, up to Dh300 for outpass to exit country

UAE Visitors must pay overstay fines up to Dh300 for outpass to exit country.

As per the UAE government rule, when the person is leaving the country after overstay in addition to fines there will be a always fixed charge of AED 250 for the outpass.

Visitors overstaying in the UAE must pay fines for the number of extra days after visa expiry and need to obtain an out pass or leave permit at the airports or the immigration office at the land borders.

A customer service representative at the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) Dubai confirmed that anyone overstaying in the country should obtain an outpass or leave permit at the airport or immigration offices at the land borders.

This permit can also be obtained at the Al Awir Immigration office. An overstaying visitor should also pay fines for the number of days they extended their stay in the country.

At the airport and land borders, visitors had to pay for the number of days overstayed and for leave permit.

UAE visit visa change: same day visa status change with airport-to-airport packages

UAE visit visa change: same day visa status change with airport-to-airport packages

Now people can choose the same-day visa status change or stay for a day in the neighbouring country and return the next day

Hundreds of people on tourist visas in the UAE are now availing of same-day visit visa status change facilities offered by Regal Tours

In December, new rules came into effect in UAE, which discontinued the option for visit visa holders to extend their stay permits from within the country. Visit visa holders now must exit the country before they can come back on a new visa.

It was always compulsory for visit visa holders to exit the country and enter on a new visa, but the rules were changed during the Covid-19 lockdowns. During the pandemic, when travel became difficult, the UAE changed the requirements on humanitarian grounds.