The United Arab Emirates, sometimes simply called the Emirates, is a country in Western Asia located at the eastern end of the Arabian Peninsula. It borders Oman and Saudi Arabia, and has maritime borders in the Persian Gulf with Qatar and Iran.
About Our Visa Consultancy:
Our Premium Visa Consultancy for over all Countries in the World is a 360 degree approach. It enables you to prepare your visa application perfectly according to your profile. Proper visa documentation depends on several factors. Hence, we conduct a complete background and travel history check on the client. Based on that, accurate customized consultation is provided. Clients are carefully explained the specific documents’ requirements for visa application to improve its acceptability. Under this hood, we do all the pre-application document screening on your behalf. We provide visa support for over all countries which don’t have Embassy presence in Bangladesh, to free you from any recurring hassles.
We will open up a case file under your name and details to analyze your travel and professional history. Then, we will prepare the best possible approach for a successful visa application. You can only avail our Visa Consultancy Support upon purchase of the service and once you have agreed to our terms & conditions.
Please call our hotline numbers to book your consultancy slot.
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*** Our Service Charge & Consultancy fee starts from BDT 10,000/- up to 50,000/- per Applicant (Based on country, visa category & the complexity of case). At first, we will listen to your case and finalize the Consultancy Fee. Then, at the time of opening your case file you need to make the payment and afterwards we will sit for the Detail Consultation.
Visa Fee & Service Charge:
Dubai tourist Visa fee including service charge 9,500 (visa validity 60 days)
Original Passport (Validity should be at least 07 Months from the date of departure) and minimum two blank pages for visa stamp) with all old passports.
Two Recent photo with white background (30X 40 mm size)
Visiting Card & National ID Card
NOC / GO / Trade License Notarized Copy with Translate in English & Letterhead Pad
Original Bank statement for last six months. Minimum Balance Taka 60,000/-for Single Entry, 500,000/- for Multiple Entry.
Original Bank Solvency certificate (Latest)
Salary Statement / Pay slips for the last six months. (If Any)
Student ID Card for Student (if child travel with parent)
Birth Certificate for Children (if child travel with parent)
Marriage Certificate / Nikahnama (only for newly married couple)
Invitation Letter: (If Any)
A copy of Medical Insurance Certificate (if a host does not undertake to pay for medical services)
Photograph should not be more than 3 months old, scanned/stapled and should not be used in any of the previous visas.
Continent : Asia
Capital : Abu Dhabi
Official Language : Arabic
Currency : United Arab Emirates dirham (AED)
Local Time : GMT +4
Exchange Rate : 21.9708 BDT
Dialing Code : +971
Weekend Days : Friday
Population : 5.9 million
Area : 83,600 km²
Education : 93.8%
Religion : Islam
Climate : Dubai has a tropical desert climate, köppen classification Bwh, because of its location within the Northern desert belt. Summers are extremely hot and humid, with an average high around 41 °C (106 °F) and overnight lows around 30 °C (86 °F). The highest recorded temperature in Dubai is 55 °C (131 °F) in 2002. Most days are sunny throughout the year. Winters are warm and short with an average high of 23 °C (73 °F) and overnight lows of 14 °C (57 °F). Precipitation, however, has been increasing in the last few decades with accumulated rain reaching 150 mm (5.91 in) per year. The weather in Dubai can bring short and irregular rainfall as is typical for the Middle East. Most of the rainfall occurs in the December to March period. The weather between December and March remains warm and is considered to be the most comfortable climatic conditions of the year
Prime Minister / President / King : Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
Destinations : Burj Khalifa, Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Hajar Mountains, Sharjah Arts Museum, Jebel Hafeet, Bastakia, The Desert, Beaches, Dubai Creek Dhow Ride, Al-Bidyah Mosque, Souks, Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation
Points of Interest : Observation Deck at 300 (Abu Dhabi), The Walk At JBR (Dubai), The Corniche (Abu Dhabi), Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (Dubai), Al Majaz Waterfront (Sharjah), Jumeirah Mosque (Dubai), Etihad Towers (Abu Dhabi), Palm Jumeirah (Dubai), Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (Abu Dhabi), Pier 7 (Dubai), Jumeirah Lake Towers (Dubai), Aldar HQ Building (Abu Dhabi), Dubai Butterfly Garden (Dubai), Meena Bazaar (Dubai), Ajman Beach (Ajman), Qasr Al Hosn (Abu Dhabi), World Trade Centre (Dubai), Al Ain Oasis (Al Ain), Fujairah Historic Fort (Fujairah), Nation Towers (Abu Dhabi), King Faisal Mosque (Sharjah), Dhayah Fort (Ras Al Khaimah), Quran Roundabout (Sharjah), Souk Al Arsah (Sharjah), American University of Sharjah (Sharjah), Fortress Al Jazeera Al Hamra (Ras Al Khaimah), Al Bithnah Fort (Fujairah), Al Maqtaa Fort (Abu Dhabi), Shiva Temple (Dubai), The World (Dubai)
Although there is no restriction regarding country visits but we recommend you to at least visit India before applying.
In case of tourist visas, there is not education qualification requirement. Anyone with any educational qualification may apply.
There is no restriction or time limit on reapplication if anyone’s visa has been refused. However, we would recommend you to apply again at least after a certain period of time.
Not mandatory and we cannot arrange invitation for you. Invitation is only beneficial for an applicant, if it has been sent from his or her family members or close friend. In any other cases, having a hotel booking is enough to prove your accommodation arrangement during your stay in that respective country.
Although visa acceptance or refusal totally depends on applicant’s profile, applying with family may increase your chances in certain countries. For example: in case of Schengen or UK visa, applying along with family increases your visa acceptance chances. On the other hand, applying with family for Australia or Canada may decrease your chance of getting the visa.
No. We do not provide any guaranty for visa. Acceptance or refusal of any visa application will depend on applicant’s profile. However, we will prepare your file in a professional manner so that the embassy can get a clear reflection of your profile.
No. Not mandatory but if you apply with your family and if your name is not mention in your spouse passport or vice versa then the above mentioned documents are mandatory.
No. Both are non- refundable.
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