We understand how important and thrilling it is for parents to have their kids along or sponsor their newborns. From giving birth to seeing them grow gradually, it’s a whole new experience and an exciting world around them! You wouldn’t want to miss all their firsts, the little joys and special moments that would last forever.
Wonder how you could get their visa process completed without any hassle and as soon as possible?
Well, here we are, to sort everything for you! At Docman, we collect the required documents from you for child visa UAE, get the process completed, and hand over the documents back to you. It’s as simple as that!
Eligibility criteria for you to apply for your child’s visa:
- You must hold a UAE residence visa to apply for your newborn’s visa.
- If you are a male expat, you must have a minimum monthly salary of AED 3,000 to AED 4,000 plus accommodation.
- In the case of a female ex-pat applying for her child’s visa, she should earn a minimum of AED 8,000 to AED 10,000 per month, along with housing.
- However, if the female expat works as a teacher, doctor, or engineer, she should have a minimum monthly wage of AED 5,000.
- The child must be below 18 years of age and single, proven with evidence.
List of documents required for Child Visa, Dubai:
- An attested marriage certificate of parents.
In the case of a single parent applying for the visa, an attested child custody certificate must be provided by the local court.
- The child’s birth certificate was attested by the UAE embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, UAE.
- The child’s birth certificate also needs to be legally translated to Arabic.
- Two colored, passport-size photographs of the child.
- Colored passport copy of the child.
- The sponsor’s original Emirates ID.
- A colored copy of the passport and visa of the applicant.
- The sponsor’s employment and salary certificate.
- The applicant’s UAE residence visa, original and color xerox.
- A ‘No Objection Certificate’ (NOC) from the father, in case a mother wants to sponsor her child, is translated to Arabic and attested by the UAE embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, UAE.
- Health insurance documents for the child.
- The applicant’s IBAN (International Bank Account Number) and a bank statement for the past 3 months.
- An attested copy of the tenancy contract or rental agreement is done through the Ejari online system of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA).
- Submit the required documents to the nearest General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) center.
- Once the documents are verified, GDRFA provides a temporary residence permit for the child to complete the medical tests and clearance.
- Submit the required documents for the medical tests, to the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) center.
- The medical test result is shared within a maximum of 2 working days.
- Using the medical test result, request the GDRFA department to change the visa status of your child from ‘temporary’ to ‘permanent.’
- Follow the required process to apply for the child’s Emirates ID.
- Get the visa attested by GDRFA.
As the application process requires a lot of effort and time, please do get in touch with us so we can complete this for you!
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