Synopsis: Visitors with a residence permit or an employment visa can enter the borders as an exception, but only if they have only one name and that name is written as both their first and last name on their passport.
Have you ever thought about traveling to the United Arab Emirates? If yes, then it’s better if you do not have a single name on your passport.
The latest travel update from the United Arab Emirates states that any traveler with a single name on their passport will not be permitted to enter or exit the UAE. To visit or leave the UAE, both the first and last names must be on the passport.
According to the latest travel policies for visiting the UAE, your first and last names must be properly declared on your passport. Moreover, visitors with a residence permit or an employment visa are allowed to enter the boundaries as an exception only if they have a single name, provided that the single name is updated on the passport as both the first and last name.
This policy is applicable to all visa types, including tourist and work visas.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) are in the southeast of the Arabian Peninsula. They are next to Oman and Saudi Arabia. The United Arab Emirates, home to some of the world’s wealthiest people, is divided into seven emirates: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al-Quwain, Fujairah, and Ras Al Khaimah.