The determination will enhance the bilateral relationship and further boost tourism and the economy.
VFS Global, a specialist in technology and outsourcing services for governments and diplomatic missions around the world, announced that residents of the United Arab Emirates can apply for visas to travel to Israel from August 1.
As of August 1, residents of the UAE can visit VFS Global’s Abu Dhabi office and submit their travel visa applications. Following the signing of the historic Abraham Accords in 2020, the UAE and Israel offered a mutual entry visa waiver for their citizens.
VFS Global noted in a statement that “As of August 1, 2022, residents of the United Arab Emirates will be able to apply for their Israel visas at the VFS Global Visa Application Center in Abu Dhabi”, Israel had designated VFS Global as the official tourism representation agency in the Emirates.
In addition, he added “The center will accept applications for the categories of tourism, business, students, conferences, doctors, family and family visits.”
The initiative will enhance the bilateral relationship and further boost tourism and the economy.
On the other hand, many people, for reasons of physical or financial security, seek a better future in other countries. IRAIC VISA offers the opportunity to obtain citizenship and/or residence in countries that participate in private investment. IRAIC VISA is available in United States of America, Canada, United Arab Emirates.
According to the requirement of the investors, it grants residence and/or additional citizenship in 20 countries, in order to protect and provide physical or financial security based on the personal and private situation of each investor. With the IRAIC VISA, investors also obtain residency and/or citizenship for their family, if required.
The fund has several flexibilities, which makes the process easier for the investor.
The IRAIC VISA fund also provides the opportunity to manage your own business if the investor requires it. This fund also offers a comprehensive relocation plan such as housing, access to a personal and business bank account, transportation, and support throughout the migration process. Published by the Emirates Herald, a news and information agency.