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United Arab Emirates flag Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Riyadh

AddressAmr bin Omayad Street
Diplomatic Area, Abu Bakr Al Karkhi Zone
Riyadh 11693
Saudi Arabia
PostalPO Box 94385
Phonelocal: (011) 482.6803
international: +966.11.482.6803
Faxlocal: (011) 482.7504
international: +966.11.482.7504

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S Young
Sun, 22 Feb 2015 01:56 EST
Document to be notarized
Have been calling 00966 11 488 1227 many times now, no answer. As the UAE Embassy in Riyadh this is disappointing and frustrating. My son works in Riyadh and has a Power of Attorney document in Arabic to be used by his lawyer in Dubai. Can you help to notarize and stamp this document please. Need to know urgently.
Please email me on syoung61@hotmail.com Thanks
ness
Sat, 21 Feb 2015 09:55 EST
no iqama
I am an expat in ksa can i visit dubai even if i did not bring my iqama from.philippines to dubai then i will stay there for 3 days then back to ksa
sana
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 07:09 EST
manual passport for new born baby
I have manual passport for my new bron baby.and he has valid saudi iqama also.can we get visa on arival at dubai airport for my new born baby with manual passport
ABDUL KAREEM MOHAMED ASHRAF
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 04:47 EST
PASSPORT EXPIRY
We are frequent travelers to UAE and i am working in KSA and we do get visa on arrival .
I have a question that my wife passport will expire on 14th Mar 2015. I want to find out whether she will get the visa on arrival
pl reply to my email akarim.ashraf@alrabie.com
Mark Ronald Abubo
Mon, 16 Feb 2015 07:09 EST
My Iqama and 2 kids' iqama validity is only 5 months
Our flight to Dubai is on Feb23 and at that time, our Iqama's are only valid for 5 mos. Will it matter getting the Visa in Dubai airport?
need your advise urgently.
my email: markacl24@yahoo.com

thanks.
Shekhar
Sat, 14 Feb 2015 07:20 EST
Visa for UAE
I would like to travel on 12March and return back on 20 March 2015...i am working in saudi arab..profession in my IQAMA is Musaraf Ammal..
Please advise
fahad alharbi
Thu, 12 Feb 2015 15:29 EST
visit visa
i would like to know the how i can get visa for my employer Aamil Aqama for dubai, which doucment should required please inform us to my mail f_m_corp@yahoo.com
Thaha
Wed, 11 Feb 2015 06:23 EST
Visit Visa to UAE
I would like to attend IFRS trining in UAE ( Dubai) from March 16 to 19 of 2015. I am from Indai and I hold an Iqama in Saudi Arabia (Cost Accountnat ). This will be my second visit to Dubai. Can I get the Visa at the airport on arrival as before or should I apply through the embassy
Please contact me on thaharawther@gmail.com
Benny
Tue, 10 Feb 2015 09:27 EST
Multiple entry visa
I am writing thid for my Boss wife, She is Belarus nationality, She is right now holding Saudi residence visa, Her question is is she can get a mulitple entry visa for emirates, if so what is procedure & in what catogory she needs to aplly (tourist or business visa)

Awaiting your replay to this matter.
Hani
Sun, 8 Feb 2015 07:05 EST
visit visa
I want to go to Dubai by next week,i have a residency in ksa as a private driver..so do i need to apply for a visa from here or i can get it at the aireport on arrival?

Please reply at: hanielhoss@gmail.com

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