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The Emirati government recently announced updated visa requirements for residents of Gulf Cooperation Council countries.
Additional Information: Passports of residents of GCC countries must have at least three months’ validity from their date of entry into the UAE. Dependents and accompanying travelers must travel with the GCC resident to enter the UAE.
BAL Analysis: Residents of GCC countries should ensure they meet the new entry visa requirements when planning travel to the UAE, including having a valid passport and a resident permit that was issued in a GCC country.
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