The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has grown into a global trade, commerce, and investment hub, with Dubai emerging as the most popular city in all of these categories.
The UAE government has taken a number of steps to improve living and working circumstances for those seeking to visit the country for a short project or probationary term, particularly in Dubai.
One of these ways is to get a one-mission work visa, which is for people who are hired from other countries to do a project or temporary job in Dubai that only needs them to stay there for a short time.
A contract from the employing organization declaring that the person’s competence is needed for the project or employment temporarily is one of the prerequisites for this visa.
The following are some things you should know about the one-mission visa:
How to Apply
Recruiting businesses apply for a one-mission visa through the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization (MoHRE).
- (Make a copy) of the business license.
- passport and the applicant’s picture. The original passport must be medically examined.
- Documentation from the applicant’s schooling.
- A business card.
- Card with an electronic signature.
A One-Mission Visa’s Length And Cost
A one-mission visa costs between AED 500 and AED 600 and is valid for 90 days. A deposit of AED 3,000 is required in addition to the AED 100 application cost.