The UAE allows 82 nationalities to enter its territory for 90 days without a prior visa
The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that visitors from 82 countries around the world will be able to enter the UAE without a visa and remain for 30 or 90 days.
The Ministry explained that citizens of these countries who wish to visit the UAE for the purpose of tourism can now view the updated information page, related to prior visa exemptions for passport holders of these nationalities.
Entering the Emirates without a visa
The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs updates the list of countries exempted from prior entry visas to its territories via its official website, and you can view the updated list via the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
Entry to the Emirates for those coming from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries
Recently, the UAE government announced the availability of entry for citizens coming from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries without the need to obtain an entry visa or sponsor in order to visit the United Arab Emirates.
Citizens from Gulf Cooperation Council countries can now enter the UAE upon their arrival by showing their passport or ID card at entry points.
Entry visa for 90 days
Citizens can obtain an entry visa valid for 30 days upon their arrival, and they can extend it for another 10 days, and citizens from other countries can obtain an entry visa for 90 days upon their arrival, without the need for prior arrangements.
You can view the list of nationalities that do not require prior arrangements to obtain an entry visa through website via this link (Visa information in uae)
Entering the UAE with prior permission
The UAE also allows citizens of the Republic of India who hold an ordinary passport valid for a period of not less than 6 months from the date of arrival and hold a visitor visa or permanent resident card issued by the United States or a residence visa for a period of not less than 6 months from the United Kingdom and European Union countries.
These citizens are entitled to obtain an entry visa upon their arrival in the UAE for a stay of 14 days. They are also entitled to apply to extend the stay period for an additional 14 days.
Free residency in the UAE
The new Emirates residency law provides free residency in the Emirates, which is the first of its type at the federal level, as it was introduced and awarded to independent, self-employed people without the requirement for a work permit and employment contract.
This law is thought to ease the restrictions for free residence in the UAE, even if the company to which he belongs is not really situated on the state's territory. Furthermore, instead of 18 years, free residency now includes children up to the age of 25.