India Korea Business Meeting on 29mJuly 2021
Korean and Indian businessmen and business leaders based in the UAE discussed ways and means to further strengthen mutual cooperation and collaboration ahead of Expo 2020 Dubai. This event was organized on 29 July 2021 at the Indian Consulate. It was jointly organized by the Consulate General of India in Dubai, the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Dubai along with the Korea International Trade Association. The interactive session was attended by Indian and Korean professionals from steel, construction, investment, supermarket, healthcare, logistics, food distribution, personal care and corporate groups. The meeting was chaired by I.E. Dr. Aman Puri, Consul General of India in Dubai and H.E. Byung Jun Moon, Consul General of the Republic of Korea, Dubai.
VAE India Food Security Summit 2020
The Consulate General of India, Dubai, in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Invest India hosted the UAE Food Security Summit in India on 8-9. December 2020 to promote trade and investment cooperation in the food sector. The two-day summit was attended by more than 200 importers/exporters, investors and entrepreneurs from the food and related industries. The summit under the presidency of E.E. Pavan Kapoor, Ambassador of India to the UAE and H.E. Dr. Aman Puri, Consul General of India in Dubai was also attended by Shri Rana Gurmeet Singh Sodhi,Dear Minister of Sports, Youth Services and NRA Affairs, Government of Punjab, H.E. Dr. Ahmed Al Banna, UAE Ambassador to India,Shri Navin K. Choudhary, Principal Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of Jammu and Kashmir, who is leading a 22-member business delegation;HE. Juma Alkait, Deputy Under-Secretary for International Trade Affairs, Ministry of Economy, UAE;Maj Gen (Retd) Sharafuddin Sharaf, Chairman UIBC & Vice Chairman, Sharaf Group, Mr. Deepak Bagla, Managing Director and CEO, Invest India,Dr. M. Angamuthu, President of APEDA, among others.
UAE-India Health Conference 2020, 19October 2020
UAE-India Healthcare Conference 2020, jointly organized by the Embassy of India, Abu Dhabi and the Consulate General of India, Dubai, FICCI and Invest India to explore ways and means of building collaboration and partnerships in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device and alternative medicine sectors. This conference was an important platform for discussions on collaboration and exploring ways and means of deeper engagement in the health systems of both countries. Policymakers, CEOs, senior leaders from the healthcare sector and related industries, public and private, from the two countries exchanged ideas on exploring new opportunities for collaboration as India and the UAE work towards providing accessible, affordable global-class healthcare to their people.
The meeting was addressed by E.E. Pavan Kapoor, Ambassador of India to the UAE. HELLO. Dr. Ahmed Albanna, UAE Ambassador to India; H.E. Humaid Al Qutami, Director General of Dubai Health Authority.HE. Dr. Aman Puri, Consul General of India in Dubai; Dr. Sangita Reddy, Joint Managing Director, Apollo Hospitals Group & President, FICCI; chairman, H.E. Abdulla Ali Al Mahyan, Sharjah Health Authority and H.E. Dr. Amin Hussain Al Amiri, Assistant Deputy Minister for Health Policy and Licensing, MoHAP, Abu Dhabi. Sir. Marwan Abdulaziz Janahi, CEO, Dubai Science Park and Dr. Abdul Salam Al Madani, Executive Chairman – Waterfalls, UAEalso spoke at the conference. Other leading experts from the private healthcare sector in the UAE and India were Dr. Azad Moopen, Founder, Chairman and MD, Aster DM Healthcare, UAE. Dr. Shamsheer Vayalil, Founder, Chairman and MD, VPS Healthcare, UAE. Sir. Taher Shams, MD, Zulekha Hospital Group, UAE; Mrs Sophia Faisal,Director, KEF Holdings UAE. Dr. Praveen Gedam, Addl. chief executive, National Health Authority.Sir. Akbar Moideen Thumbay, Vice President-Healthcare Division, Thumbay Group, UAE. Dr. Narottam Puri, Medical Business Consultant and Chairman, Fortis Medical Council; Dr. Uday Bhaskar, D. G. Pharmexcil; Sir. Nishant Saxena, CEO - International Business, CIPLA Ltd. Shri Anurag Sharma, Hon'ble Member, Government of India, Director of Joint Management - Shree Baidyanath Ayurved Bhawan Pvt. Ltd; Dr. Manoj Nesari, Advisor, Ministry of AYUSH and many other eminent personalities in the field participated in the discussions.
Tea Board India Virtual B2B Meeting,28. september 2020
Consulate General of India, Dubai and Tea Board India jointly organized a virtual B2B meeting to promote Indian tea in UAE at28. september 2020.
The virtual B2B meeting was attended by more than 100 participants from India, UAE, Bahrain and Oman, including the Consul General of India in Dubai Dr. Mr. Aman Puri, Mr. PK Sahoo, IOFS, Vice Chairman and Financial Advisor and Chief Accounts Officer, Tea Board India, Ms. Ebtesam Ahmad Alkaabi, Sales Manager, Jafza, Mr. Azam Monem, Whole Time Director, McLeod Russel India Ltd, Mr. Mohit Agarwal, Director, Asian Tea Exports, representing merchant exporters from North India, Ms. Afroze Randerian, Owner and CEO, GA Randerian Pvt. Ltd., Mr. C. Shreedharan, Chairman, UPASI and Managing Director, Woodbriar Group, representing South Indian Manufacturer Exporters, Mr. Deepak Shah, Director, Crystal Tea Ltd, representing South Indian Merchant Exporters, Mr. Sanjeev Dutta, Managing Director, DMCC Ltd ., Dubai, Ms. . Nandini Datta, Deputy Director, Tea Promotion Division, Tea Board India and Mr. Joydip Biswas, Deputy Director, Tea Promotion Division, Tea Board India. The virtual event was also attended by executives and representatives from UAE's leading tea importers, supermarket chains and leading FMCG traders and leading tea exporters from Assam, West Bengal and South India.
Mrs. Ebtesam Ahmad Alkaabi, Sales Manager, Jafza, UAE gave an informative presentation on the facilities offered to tea traders in Jebel Ali Port. The virtual B2B meeting was followed by an open session where tea traders from both sides connected and discussed innovative and new ideas to improve trade.
Visit of high level Indian delegation led by Smt. Harsimrat Kaur, Honorable Minister, MoFPI for participating in Gulf Food 2020
Visit of high level Indian delegation led by Smt. Harsimrat Kaur, Honorable Minister, MoFPI for participating in Gulf Food 2020
High level Indian delegation led by Hon'ble Minister for Food Industry, Smt. Harsimrat Kaur Badal, visited Dubai from 16February 18, 2020for Gulfood 2020. Honorable Minister launched Gulfood 2020February 16, 2020. India Pavilion was represented at Gulfood 2020 with APEDA (Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority), Tea Board India, Coffee Board India, Coconut Board of India and Cashew Export Board. About 300 Indian companies were part of the India Pavilion.
The Honorable Minister met with selected trade associations in the UAE's food processing and retail industries during her visit. He held one-on-one meetings with Emaar, Sharaf Group, Essa Al Ghurair Investments, Al Maya Group, Lulu Group, Hakan Agro DMCC, Arab India Spices, Phoenix Group, Al Adil Group, Aujan Group, Amul, IFFCO etc.
The Consulate hosted a Business Roundtable on Opportunities in the Food Processing Industry in India on February 17, where the Honorable Minister, Ms. Harsimrat Kaur Badal, addressed the meeting. More than 50 prominent business groups, traders and investors participated in the round table conference.
The Honorable Minister also met with the UAE Minister of Food Security, Her Excellency Mariam bint Mohammed Saeed Hareb Al Mheiri on 17 February on the sidelines of Gulfood 2020. They discussed the UAE's investments in food corridors in India as per the vision of the top leadership of the two countries.
Visit of Hon'ble Minister of Roads & Transport & Highways, Govt. from India
Shri Nitin Gadkari, Hon'ble Minister of Roads & Transport & Highways, India was in transit on 16mFebruary 2020. During his visit, he attended Gulfood 2020 at DWTC and interacted with the exhibitors at the India Pavilion.
Delegation visit from the Ministry of Civil Aviation, India
In connection with the next edition of Wings India 2020, a delegation led by Mr. Pradeep Singh Kharola, Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India Dubai from 15February 17, 2020. The Secretary met Mr. Saif Mohammed Al Suwaidi, Director General of the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority and invited him to Wings India 2020. They also discussed ways to strengthen the India-UAE strategic partnership, particularly intungactor. The secretary also met with the ruler of Ras Al Khaimah and senior executives of Emirates Airlines and Flydubai.
Visit of IFS Trainees in Dubai
A group of 10 diplomats-in-training from India and Bhutan were on the 6th.February 7, 2020. The diplomatic trainees had an orientation meeting with the consul general and all the consuls. They visited the UAE Federal National Council and met with the Secretary General H.E. Dr. Omar Al Nuaimi. The Consulate also facilitated a tour and interactive session of Jebel Ali Port & Freezone (DP World) for the visiting diplomats on 6mFebruary.
The Trade Promotion Organization of India organized India's participation at Intersec 2020, which was held at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, UAE from 19 to 21 January 2020. The India Pavilion was organized with 21 companies from India. Wide range of monitoring, surveillance, CCTV, DVR, video management and analytics, access/access control, perimeter security systems, personal protective equipment (PPE), fire safety equipment, workplace environmental protection and security/smart wearables etc. were presented by the participating companies. The Consul General inaugurated the India Pavilion on January 19 and interacted with the Indian exhibitors. Arab Health 2020 EEPC India and Pharmaceutical Export Promotion Council of India (PHARMEXCIL) organized India Pavilion at Arab Health 2020 from 27 to 30 January 2020 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, UAE. More than 100 Indian companies from the pharmaceutical, medical device, healthcare and pharmaceutical industries exhibited at the event. The Consul General inaugurated the India Pavilion on 27 January.
The Trade Promotion Organization of India organized India's participation at Intersec 2020, which was held at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, UAE from 19 to 21 January 2020. The India Pavilion was organized with 21 companies from India. Wide range of monitoring, surveillance, CCTV, DVR, video management and analytics, access/access control, perimeter security systems, personal protective equipment (PPE), fire safety equipment, workplace environmental protection and security/smart wearables etc. were presented by the participating companies. The Consul General inaugurated the India Pavilion on January 19 and interacted with the Indian exhibitors.
Arab Health 2020
EEPC India and Pharmaceutical Export Promotion Council of India (PHARMEXCIL) organized India Pavilion at Arab Health 2020 from 27 to 30 January 2020 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, UAE. More than 100 Indian companies from the pharmaceutical, medical device, healthcare and pharmaceutical industries exhibited at the event. The Consul General inaugurated the India Pavilion on 27 January.
No appointment with the Consulate's visa officials is required at the time of application. However, for Visa enquiries or to bring anything of significance to the notice of the Visa officials, please contact us through email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.Who is the current consul general of India in Dubai? ›
Dr. Aman Puri assumed charge as Consul General of India, Dubai in July, 2020. He is a member of the Indian Foreign Service, having joined in 2003.How can I track my Indian Consulate Dubai passport? ›
Online tracking: Please track your application via https://blsindiavisa-uae.com/passport/passport-track-your-passport.php. Please note, those application sent for police verification will receive a notification to the mail ID mentioned in the application.How do I contact the Consulate in Dubai? ›
- Pravasi Bharatiya Sahayata Kendra (PBSK) Toll Free number: 800 46342.
- PBSK Whatsapp Number: +971-054 309 0571.
- Death Formalities on holidays and after office hours: 050 734 7676.
- Housemaids in distress: 050 455 9594.
- For other enquiries. 3971222 / 3971333. And Extension. 282. For Consular/Marriages. 216. For Labour.
Applications can only be submitted with prior appointment. Appointments must be booked in line with the service required.Can I walk into VFS without appointment near Dubai? ›
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If you need to submit your visa application on an urgent basis, walk into our Visa Application Centre and opt for this service. VFS Global will process your visa application without a pre-booked appointment.
The embassy is the seat of political exchange, so it is usually located in the capital of the host country. Consulates are located in other major cities — financial capitals, tourist areas or large cities with healthy job markets.Who is the U.S. visa officer in Dubai? ›
Meghan Gregonis is the United States Consul General in Dubai starting August, 2021.What is the name of Indian consulate in Dubai? ›
Consulate General of India (CGI), Dubai, is located in Al Hamriya Diplomatic Enclave, Dubai.How much visa cost for Dubai from India? ›
|Dubai visa price list||Visa fees|
|48 hours UAE transit visa + Medical insurance (Covid)||Rs 2,999|
|96 hours UAE transit visa + Medical insurance (Covid)||Rs 4,399|
|14 days UAE tourist visa||Rs 7,999|
|14 days UAE tourist visa + Medical insurance (Covid)||Rs 8,000|
|Type of Passport / Type of Service||Minimum Working Days|
|All Tatkal Applications (Adult, MCNP, RCNP)||2|
|Lost/Damaged- Dubai Issued Passport||7|
|Lost/Damaged- Passport Issue other than Dubai||7|
|New passport with Name change in the Passport||Minimum 5 working days (Subject to Clearance)|
The Consulate General of India in Dubai provides attestation services to Indians and Foreigners. The services are facilitated through an outsource agency IVS. IVS facilitates the Attestation Services at the premises located at the Business Atrium, Room Nos. 102/103/104, Business Atrium, Oud Metha, Dubai.Can a U.S. citizen travel to Dubai? ›
Visa Requirements for US Citizens (Tourist Passport) to visit the UAE: No visas are required for American citizens (holder of regular passports) before arrival in the UAE, including US Citizens with visas or entry stamps from other countries in their passports.How can I get visa from Dubai to USA? ›
- Visit the Consular Electronic Application Center.
- Select your location.
- Enter the Captcha code.
- Start your online application for a US visa from Dubai.
- Complete the DS-160 application form.
- Print the DS-160 barcode page and keep it.
- Step 1: Register your appointment online. You need to register your appointment online. ...
- Step 2: Get a medical exam in United Arab Emirates. ...
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How long does it take to get an India visa? - Less time than you might think! Although the processing time is usually 4 to 5 days, it's also common for applicants to receive their visas within 24 hours of completing their application. There's no need to go to an embassy or consulate in person.Is Indian visa open for US citizens? ›
The Government of India has decided to restore all valid regular paper /e-visa [including long term 10 years tourist regular paper visa and 5 years e-visa] irrespective of its issue date, for the nationals of USA since 16 March 2022.How can I get Indian visa appointment fast? ›
Procedure for submitting application for emergency visa:
Applications for visa should be filled online via link www.indiavisaonline.gov.in and appointment has to be booked online https://www.hcilondon.gov.in/appointment_home/ to submit visa application and supporting documents at VFS global visa application centre.
Additionally, you cannot submit a UAE Visa application yourself – you must have a sponsor in the UAE or apply through an authorized agency to submit it on your behalf, such as: A host or sponsor who is living in the UAE. A licensed travel agency through which you purchase the travel ticket.How can I get early appointment in VFS Dubai? ›
Alternatively, you may call us at +971 4-2055999 for further assistance. Make sure you allow enough time before your departure date to schedule an appointment to have your application reviewed.
|Visa Category||Visa Fee||Service Fee|
|Transit / 96 HRS||USD $ 33.00||USD $ 22.52|
|60 day (Single Entry)||USD $ 96.00||USD $ 92.47|
|30 day (Multiple Entry)||USD $ 96.00||USD $ 49.70|
|60 day (Multiple Entry)||USD $ 151.00||USD $ 93.46|
The U.S. Consulate in Chennai is one of the top visa adjudication posts in the world, and the number one in processing employment based visas.Is Indian visa better than OCI? ›
The India Tourist eVisa is available for foreign travelers who want to visit India for tourism. On the other hand, the OCI Card allows you to live and work in India. In both cases, you must check eligibility and whether you meet the requirements.What is the difference between consulate and consulate general? ›
Consulate General: A diplomatic mission that provides a full range of services, including consular services. It can be located in any major city of the host country, usually other than the capital city. Consulate: A diplomatic mission that is similar to a consulate general.Do I need a visa to Dubai with US green card? ›
All Indian citizens holding U.S. visas, green cards, U.K Resident Permits, or EU resident permits can receive entry visa upon arrival to UAE valid for 14 days for a charge of AED 100.Are U.S. Embassy workers American? ›
Many Americans work at embassies and consulates to handle all sensitive roles relating to U.S. foreign policy and national security. However, most of the embassy staff is from the host country. These employees are known as Locally Employed Staff.How long does it take to get a U.S. visa in Dubai? ›
|Non-immigrant US Visa Type||Appointment Wait Time|
|Interview Required Visitors (B1/B2)||483 Days|
|Interview Required Students/Exchange Visitors (F, M, J)||100 Days|
|Interview Required Petition-Based Temporary Workers (H, L, O, P, Q)||128 Days|
|Consular Service||Telephone No.||E-Mail ID|
Yes, Indian citizens do need a visa to visit Dubai.What is the difference between consulate and embassy passport? ›
An embassy is always established in the capital city of the receiving country. On the other hand, consular offices are usually located in large, populated cities that are mostly tourist attractions and economically developed.
All the passengers travelling to Dubai are no longer required to present COVID-19 vaccination certificates or negative PCR test results.Is it difficult to get visa for Dubai from India? ›
Thanks to the government's policies, getting a Dubai visa for Indians is fairly easy. The visa allows Indian citizens to enter the UAE and visit Dubai. Since the permit is in the form of a Dubai e visa, you can get the permit with great ease.How much bank balance is required for Dubai visa? ›
This type of tourist visa can be issued for all nationalities. To obtain this visa, the applicant must have: a bank balance of 4,000 USD or its equivalent in foreign currencies during the last six months. a valid health insurance policy applicable in the UAE.How long does it take to get Indian passport in USA? ›
3 to 4 business days (excluding VFS's processing time), if the Police Verification Report (PVR) is clear and all documents submitted are in order. If the Police Verification Report (PVR) is not clear or pending, the processing time will be approximately 30 days or more (excluding VFS's processing time).Can I go to India from Dubai without passport? ›
In a situation where one does not have a valid Visa or Passport in UAE, he or she can apply for an Emergency Certificate or Temporary Passport which is valid for 1 trip to Indian within 3 months.How long can I stay in Dubai without a visa? ›
Simply disembark your flight at Dubai International and proceed to immigration, where your passport will be stamped with a 30‑day visit visa free of charge.How many days will take Embassy attestation in India? ›
Apostille or Department / Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade – 2 to 4 working days. Embassy Attestation – 3 to 5 working days.What documents required for attestation in Indian Embassy? ›
The document to be attested (POA/Affidavit etc) in original with one photocopy of document. Two passport size photographs of the deponent (for power of Attorney). Indian passport holders- Original and 1 copy (front and last details page only) of Indian passport, Original and 1 copy of GNIB/ IRP Card.How many days it will take for UAE Embassy attestation in India? ›
|UAE Embassy Attestation (For documents from India)|
|UAE Embassy Attestation||Personal Documents||3-5 working days|
The visa is a multiple-entry visa, valid for five (5) years, with a maximum stay of (180) days each entry. If you change your passport to the same type, please carry the old passport that containing a valid visa with the recent passport and no need to apply for a new visa.
Passengers travelling out of or entering the UAE with more than AED 100,000 in cash or an amount equivalent to this in any other currencies or other financial instruments will have to declare it at the customs.
|Visa Type||Visa Cost (AED)||Visa Cost (USD)|
|90 Days Visa||800||220|
|60 Days Visa||900||245|
If you are traveling to or stopping over in Dubai with Emirates, you can submit an application and receive your UAE visa entirely online—without having to submit your passport for stamping. You can apply for your UAE visa through our Manage your booking after you book your Emirates flight. VFS processing fees apply.Can you use US money in Dubai? ›
In Dubai Dhiram or DH or Dhs is the official currency. However US Dollar is accepted in most of its places. The exchange rate is 3.67 Dirham for 1 dollar.How much is visa from USA to UAE? ›
The visa cost in the UAE is USD $219.99 online, which includes all the standard processing fees.Can a US citizen go to Embassy without appointment? ›
Question: Do I have to make an appointment? Yes, all non-emergency services require an appointment.How much bank balance is required for US tourist visa? ›
How much money do I need to show for US Tourist Visa? Officially, there is no limit for the money to be shown for the US Tourist Visa. Any amount that can validate the overall expenses for your US trip must be adequate. This includes to and fro air tickets, medical insurance, boarding, lodging, shopping, etc.How do I schedule an interview for US visa in Dubai? ›
You can schedule the appointment online through:
- ustraveldocs.com if you're applying from Asia, or.
- ais.usvisa-info.com if you are applying from anywhere else in the world.
- VisaExpress if you want to get all the assistance with your application process.
Do I have to make an appointment to visit UAE missions to get the attestation service? No need to make a prior appointment to visit the Embassy for attestation.How can I get Indian on arrival visa in Dubai? ›
But you must have a UK, EU, or US visa (or green card) to apply for a Dubai visa on arrival. Dubai visa price: The Dubai visa price is 120.00 AED, or approximately INR 2,670. Dubai visa validity: 14 days and extendable for further 14 days. Easiest and fastest way to apply: Atlys.
If you wish to schedule an appointment via email, you can do so by using the web form. Please note: VFS Global will only collect your Personal Information for the sole purpose of scheduling an appointment.Can a US citizen go to embassy without appointment? ›
Question: Do I have to make an appointment? Yes, all non-emergency services require an appointment.How many days will take for UAE Embassy attestation? ›
|UAE Embassy Attestation (For documents from India)|
|UAE Embassy Attestation||Company Invoice||3-5 working days|
|Personal/Educational Document package||Personal/Educational- SDM+ MEA+ UAE Package||10-12 working days|
1000/- for individual clients plus service tax as per Government of India rules and regulations. Apart from the UAE Embassy Attestation services, if any other services are taken by the client or Agent, then our service charge will vary according to the type of services.Can a US citizen travel to Dubai? ›
U.S. citizens are subject to all UAE immigration laws. Passport Validity: A passport valid for at least six months beyond the date of entry is required to enter the UAE. Emergency passports are not accepted for tourists visiting the UAE.How much is VFS service fee in Dubai? ›
|Service Price (Per Applicant)||Amount in AED (inc. VAT)|
|Form Filling Assistance||52.50|
|Extended hours Passport Collection||32|
|Photo Capture service||26.25|
Appointments are made available for booking up to 90 days from current date. If message “No Slots Available” is displayed, you should try again in a few days' time. You can only book one appointment per person (no duplicate appointment allowed by the system).What is prime time appointment VFS Dubai? ›
Prime Time service
Applicants can submit visa application beyond the normal processing hours by paying a additional fee. The exclusive opening hours let you avoid standing in queue and ensures a smooth visa application submission process. This service is available in booking appointment system.