Obtaining A Residence Visa For A New Born Baby In Dubai

  • Baby Yana's Residence Visa

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  2. Lea says:

    Hi. Your post was very helpful. I had my baby last month and we are already in the process of applying for her passport. While browsing through the DNRD website, it mentions that the mother must also be under the father’s spinsorship. I am not under my hubby’s sponsorship. Will there be any problems if we apply for our daughter’s visa if my husband will sponsor her? Your advice will be appreciated. Thanks.

    • Hi Lea. Congratulations to you. 🙂

      Regarding your concern, I may not have the authority to tell you things regarding visas, but I think there’s no problem with that. DNRD might have updated their requirements but with our experience, my wife is not under my sponsorship too. I got no problem processing our baby’s visa under my sponsorship.

      Hope that helps.

      Thanks for dropping by and cheers!

  3. Grace says:

    Ilang days po ang release ng visa after application…kasi where planning to go send my baby home sa pinas for 2 months then balik dn agad d2…

    • Hi Grace, the passport with the stamped visa arrived 3 days after the application in GDRFA. There was an option to get it that same day, with higher fee, but I opted to take the regular application, for to at least, save some cents. 🙂

  4. Lhynne says:

    How about the tenancy contract you did not mention? Is it really necessary? Thanks

    • Hi there Lhynne! Thank you for bringing that question up. I had my tenancy contract with me that time when I went to GDRFA but they didn’t ask for it. I was thinking that perhaps, they’ll need it only once you’ll sponsor a nanny. But just to make sure, it would be better to keep your tenancy contract in handy.

      Cheers!

  5. hilda says:

    hello, how about the dewa/sewa hinahanap din po kaya un?

  6. hilda says:

    hello, how about the dewa/sewa hinahanap din po kaya un? ngwoworry lng ako kc ang release p ng passport ng baby ko by september pa..so, im preparing ng mga docs n kelangan pra masponsor ko sya.pede nmn po n ako ang mgvisa dba? ayaw kc ng husband ko kc wla sya time mgackso.

    • Hi Hilda, I had it handy as well but they didn’t ask for it.

      Tungkol po sa pag sponsor, as far as I know, yes you can sponsor your child but I think, it is more advisable that the husband will sponsor your child. I am not quite sure though with this, but I think more requirements/fees are needed if the wife will be the sponsor. Anyway, you will know all the latest requirements and procedures once you visit your nearest Typing Center which is the very first step for you to do once you receive your baby’s passport.

      Cheers!

  7. tenny says:

    hi, thanks. this will be a great help.

  8. Sheilain says:

    Hi,,how much is the salary required and the fees Kung wife’s visa ang bata?

  9. Rossie says:

    Hello po, dito din po ako manganganak sa Al Baraha Hospital this December. May minimum salary requirement po ba sa pag process ng UAE Residence Visa ng newborn baby? Tapos ung binigay po ba sa’yo na UAE Residence Visa ng baby nyo for how long po yon, 3 years? Balak ko din po na ako mag sponsor sa anak ko kasi po ung husband ko ung sahod po eh below 3 thou lng po. Salamat

    • Hi Rossie, minimum salary requirement is AED 3,000 per month (with paid accommodation) or AED 4,000 per month (without paid accommodation).

      Hope that helps.

      Thank you for the visit.

      Cheers!

      • Rossie says:

        Salamat Filman sa mabilis na pagsagot, totoo po ba na kung Nanay ung mag sponsor kailangan ko pa po bang magbayad ng deposit na AED 5,000.00?

  10. Hi Rossie, not an official though, but depositS are not needed for immediate family i.e. child, husband, etc. But I would suggest you to get the right and updated info from the government offices and through their website http://dnrd.ae/en/Pages/Home.aspx Maari ka ring bumisita sa pinakamalapit na typing agency sa inyong lugar, alam nila kung ano ang mga bago ukol dito.

    Salamat po.

  11. Aiza says:

    Hello Filman,

    My baby is due in December 2013. Tanong ko lang po sana yung sa requirements ng pag-apply ng passport for Infant, nakalagay sa website ng Consulate natin na kailangan din ng Report of Marriage. Nagbigay po ba kayo nito? Meron po kaming Marriage contract (we’re married in the Philippines), attested by DFA, UAE embassy sa pinas and authenticated din dito sa UAE. Medyo bago po sa pandinig ko po kasi ang Report of Marriage. Maraming salamat po.

  12. Hi Aiza, sa case po namin, hindi napo kami nagbigay o hiningan ng Report of Marriage. Kasal din kami sa Pinas and we just brought the same attested papers you’ve mentioned.

    Thank you po!

  13. marshal says:

    hi dear my salary n my wife is around 5300 combined so i can sponsor for the baby is it fine with dat thanks for your hrlp please reply

  14. Certificate attestation are integral for visa immigration process. Attesting the certificates are really vital during relocating.

  15. mohsina says:

    dear sir,
    nice post

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