UAE Visa Fine: How to Check Overstay Fine In UAE
Step by step procedure to check overstay fine in UAE
Because of current pandemic crisis and 3 months UAE Amnesty 2020 many individuals are interested in knowing their fines if they must overstay, this guide will assist all those expats to check online UAE visa fine in just 2 minutes.
Who will Pay Overstay Fine in UAE:
Before checking the overstay fine you must know about the grace period for the people with expired residents/tourist visa, which is 10 days for Tourists or visit visa holders and 30 days for UAE residents visa holders. All the residents/visit visa holders can check their overstayed and Emirates ID Fines online.
Those who have cancelled visa need to change status, avail visit/tourist or exit UAE before last day to avoid overstay fines.
How to Check Overstay (Visit/Tourist) Visa Fines In UAE:
You can check UAE visit visa or residence visa overstay fine online. To check your overstay fine you need to visit ICA official website.
To visit ICA official website (Click Here)
1. Residence Visa Copy or File Number
2. Date of Birth
3. Check below sample
Step by Step Procedure to Pay Overstay Fine In UAE:
1. To start the procedure(Click Here), or you can visit smartservices.ica.gov.ae, after you click it will redirect you to the home page, then look for Public services tab.
2. After clicking public service you will get Fines - Pay Fines option on the top of the smart service page. Then click on start service.
3. After clicking start button, you will get a form to fill as shown below. Fill visa file number details from your residence visa.
4. After writing visa file number details including department number (101, 201, 301) year in which your visa is pasted, serial number (1,2,3) and sequence number that contain 7 digits. Write your date of birth; pass the captcha code and click on search button.
If the details given by you is correct, then you will be able to see your overstay fine amount under you visa in UAE including number of days you overstayed.
As mentioned above, in case if your visa is cancelled and your grace period is over then you must pay fine to get exit from UAE or you can get another UAE visa.
How Much is The Overstay Fine in UAE?
1. Overstay fine on visit visa or tourist visa:
Grace period for Tourists and visit visa is 10 days, after grace period, you will be fined with:
- AED 200 for the first day of overstay.
- AED100 each consecutive day.
- AED 100, as service fees.
UAE residents have 30 days’ grace period after visa expiry to either change their status and get another residence visa or leave the country. Fines not applicable during the grace period.
2. Overstay Fine on Residence Visa:
Grace period for Residence Visa is 30 days, after grace period, you will be fined with:
- 125 AED for the first day.
- 25 AED up to 6 months (After first day).
- 50 AED per day from 6 to 12 months
- 100 AED per day after 12 months of overstay.
How to Pay Overstay Fines Online:
To pay overstay fine online follow the above given steps, then select your relationship with sponsor from the drop down then click next, you can also select none, after clicking on next page, you will be asked to provide your mobile number for the OTP, provide your bank (card) details and submit request.
Service Charges and Refund Policy:
The total fees to clear fines are 52 AED approximately including E-service fees 29.4 AED and ICA fees 22 AED. In-case of rejection the fees (52 AED) will not be refunded. Once done, you will get a SMS on your mobile and email confirmation with receipt for the overstay fines you paid.
So, the complete guide about overstay fine in UAE ends here.
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