Minors are eligible to apply for a UAE e-visa if they go with their parents, but the application process might require additional documentation and the involvement of a guardian or parent. When applying for a UAE e-visa as a minor, it's crucial to adhere to specific guidelines. However, the visa process and requirements for minors is the same with adults.
Typically, a parent or guardian will need to complete the application on behalf of the minor. Essential documents might include the minor's birth certificate, a copy of the parent or guardian's identification, and a consent letter from the parent or legal guardian authorizing the minor's travel.
The consent letter should outline the purpose of travel, duration of stay, and details about the accompanying adult, if any. It's essential to ensure that all documentation is accurately prepared and meets the UAE e-visa requirements to prevent delays or rejection.
Additionally, some e-visa platforms or UAE Immigration Services may have specific instructions or forms for minors, so it's advisable to review the guidelines provided by the official e-visa application website or by the UAE Immigration Services for comprehensive information before initiating the application process for a minor.
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