5,000 – 7,000 AED / 1,370 – 1,915 USD

Legal package to get a UAE resident visa for your newborn baby

This package is made for couples who have just welcomed their little one into this world and planning to live with them in the UAE.

✔️ Included in the current offer
❌ Can be added as an extra

What is included


Your baby will have their own UAE resident visa and you will be the sponsor.


To start any visa process in the UAE the Immigration visa file needs to be open. Let us take care of this part for you.


When it comes to paperwork it’s easy to get lost with all the applications. Good news! We are here to help you.


If your baby is out of the country, we will help to issue an entry permit so you can bring them into the UAE to reunite with you and continue the visa process.


If your baby is already in the country on tourist visa, we will help you to change they visa status in the system without leaving the country.


When all the paperwork is done and finalized it’s time to receive a resident visa in your baby’s passport. Visa will be valid the same period of time as your visa.


Once the visa is done your baby will receive the new and shiny Emirates ID and will officially become a UAE resident like a grown up. 



It’s just a basic requirement for any paperwork process in the country to state your identity and legal status in the country.


As your baby’s visa will have the same validity as yours you need to provide your labour contract.


It’s important to prove that you can support your baby financially after bringing them to the country so bank statement is a mandatory requirement. But no worries, it takes no more than 10 minutes to get at your bank.


Just like with the bank statements it is important to prove that you can provide a decent living space for you baby that’s why your tenancy contract is required also.


The official legalized wedding certificate with the MoFA stamp is the one you will need for the newborn visa application. It is the same certificate we provide after your wedding. Easy!

You will also need to provide your baby’s birth certificates.


The last requirement is of course the passport copy of your baby.

what do you get

Who is this package for

This package is tailored for couples who have just welcomed their little one into this world and need to get and official and legal status for them in the UAE.

Your baby fully depends on you but is already a separate person. It’s time to get them their own UAE visa!

Most common questions

Muslim Marriage for Expat in UAE – How to Get Married in Dubai for Muslims?

If you live in Dubai then you’d already know that it’s an Islamic country and majorly follows Sharia Law. The majority of the people living in this country are Muslim and that’s the obvious reason why most of the people marry here are Muslims. Even for Muslims the procedure to get married in the UAE is strictly speaking not easy. There are many requirements that you need to fulfill in order to complete the procedure. Here’s how you can have Muslim Marriage for Expat in UAE.

Wedding Requirements for Muslims to Get Married in Dubai!

All the expatriate and national residents can underdo the wedding procedure in the UAE. The marriages among Muslims must be according to the teachings and provisions of Sharia. People who fall under the following scenarios regardless of their nationalities will need to follow the same procedure.

  • Where both bride and groom are Muslims
  • Where the bride is Non-Muslim (but from the religion of book or Ahl-e-Kitab such as Christian or Jew) and the groom is Muslim

In simple words, a Muslim woman and a Muslim man can of course get married. Moreover, a Muslim man can marry a Non-Muslim woman but she must be from the religion of the book. In a case where a Non-Muslim man wants to marry a Muslim woman, he will need to convert to Islam for that. UAE also allows polygamy which means a Muslim man can have four wives simultaneously if he can manage to treat all of them equally.

Key Requirements to Get Married in Dubai

A marriage contract must be registered in the UAE’s Sharia court

The legal age for marriage is at least 18 years (of Hijri calendar: Lunar calendar) but if that’s not the case the couple will need to acquire the judge’s approval

  • Any of the spouses’ age must not be more than twice the other. Yet again if that’s the case the judge’s approval will be needed
  • Two male Muslim witnesses with the proof of their identities
  • The presence of the bride’s father or his proxy on the day of the wedding
  • A pre-marriage screening certificate
  • Both of the spouses must be present
  • The bride must also show the consent of her father/guardian
  • If the bride’s father has passed then the next closest male blood relative or guardian such as a brother should be present at wedding
  • The widowed or divorced woman must provide authentic information or proof of her current marital status
  • If the bride is Muslim but her father is a Non-Muslim then she must obtain the “No Objection” letter from her respective consulate or embassy
  • The premarital screening test acquired from only the approved and authorized medical facilities such as:
  • Ministry of Health and Prevention
  • Dubai Health Authority
  • Department of Health – Abu Dhabi

Concluding Muslim Marriage for Expat in UAE – How to Get Married in Dubai for Muslims?

Getting married in Dubai for Muslims is a little long procedure and it must be done by Sharia courts, UAE judicial departments, or by the authorized marriage services. In all cases, you’ll need to comply with all the key requirements mentioned above.

If you know someone who doesn’t know these requirements then enlighten them by sharing these with them.

Looking for a second marriage in the UAE

Life has its ups and downs. It could be that a spouse dies, your circumstances change, or you simply fall out of love and realize that being happy with other people is the greatest decision for both of you. Second marriages can be particularly remarkable in this regard, as they represent a second opportunity at happiness.

This article sheds light on the requirements for a second marriage in the UAE; and how to get married in UAE if you are a Muslim.

Muslim Marriage Laws in the UAE

Married couples have legal obligations to each other for the rest of their lives or until they opt to divorce. The marriage contract must be filed in a Sharia court in the United Arab Emirates, ensuring that the marriage satisfies all legal criteria.

The rules and procedures for marriage in the United Arab Emirates differ from one religion to the next and from one country to the next. The first marriage terminates with death or divorce, and the remarriage of one person is referred to as the second marriage.

Legal Pre-requisites for getting married in the UAE

1: Age restriction: To marry, both partners (male and female) must be 18 years old or older.
2: Two witnesses: Two witnesses are required for a wedding in Dubai, and they must prepare their IDs.

Culturally and nationally, these legal criteria differ.

Documents for the second marriage

  • If the reason for the second marriage is that of divorce, you’ll need your birth certificate, passport, and photocopies, the passports of the two witnesses’, a medical fitness certificate UAE, divorce papers, and a previous marriage certificate.
  • In the case of a spouse’s death, you’ll need your birth certificate, passport, and photocopies, passport copies of the two witnesses, UAE medical fitness certificate, and death certificate of your previous spouse.

Final Verdict of the tying the knot for the second time

If two individuals of the same religion live in Dubai and want to marry, it is easier for both of them to do so. However, the complications start to arise when two people of different religions wish to marry, it can be difficult. If a Muslim man and a Hindu lady wish to marry, she must first join Islam and become a Muslim before they can marry.

For wedding applicants, Dubai courts provide online services that can be completed through a standard online registration platform. Getting married in Dubai is a difficult undertaking that necessitates a great deal of paperwork.

If you are struggling to get the paperwork for your second marriage; feel free to knock at our door and we’d love to make this a hassle-free process.

Online Marriage Dubai – What Type of Wedding Certificate will You Get if You Can’t Get Married in Dubai and opt to Get Married Online?

Regardless of the current situation of the world, Dubai is not an ideal place to get married. It’s because of its long wedding procedure that sometimes can easily take months. But there are also many situations when you need to get married in the least possible time. So, in that situation getting married in Dubai is certainly not advisable in general cases. If you choose to get married online in that situation, have you ever wondered about the getting married online process and what type of wedding certificate you’ll get? We have compiled this article for you that will provide you with the answer to this question. So, keep on reading, so that you can go for your online wedding with peace of mind.

What Type of Wedding Certificate will You Get by Getting Married Online?

First of all, it’s just an online wedding for you and not for us. We’ll need to complete all the procedures traditionally from different institutions. The only difference is that you won’t be physically present in that procedure. Therefore, for you, it’s of course an online wedding. Moreover, by getting married online you’ll get a civil marriage contract. It will be apostilled and recognized internationally once the whole legalization process is completed. Which means that you will be able to use it to live as a family.

Important Consideration Before Online Wedding!

It’s important to note that your online wedding contract will not be religious. So, if you’re specifically looking for that then it might not work for you. But there are always workarounds and you can opt for a destination wedding or wait till your wedding process in the UAE gets completed.

Final Word on Online Marriage Dubai – What Type of Wedding Certificate will You Get if You Can’t Get Married in Dubai and opt to Get Married Online?

Getting Married online is one of the most convenient ways to get married. However, we’ll need to perform all the hefty work and we’ll do that happily for you.

If you want to opt for that then inform us by writing in the comment section below. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.


A destination wedding in Dubai is a glamorous and exotic alternative.

Everything you need to know about organizing a destination wedding in Dubai is included in this guide. You might also have a look at our top 5 selections for destination weddings around the world, which will give you a good idea of which one to choose.


Destination weddings allow you and your guests to take a vacation and immerse themselves in a different culture, as well as serve as a honeymoon destination. Dubai is a fantastic location for desert weddings, luxury weddings, and beach weddings with an Arabian theme.

The weather is usually sunny, the city offers a variety of activities for visitors, and Dubai is ideally positioned if you have friends and relatives all over the world.

Although Dubai is an excellent choice for a destination wedding, it comes at a high cost. A wedding in Dubai can cost anywhere from $81,000 (Dh300,000) to $136,000 (Dh600,000) (Dh500,000).


  • Court Wedding packages: On the path to your wedding day, we’ll make sure to assist you in preparing all of the essential documents and taking all of the necessary actions.
  • UAE family visa packages: Our experts will take care of the entire visa application process for you in the UAE. All you have to do now is complete your medical examination. However, we also supply all of the details. It’s that simple.
  • New born UAE visa package: Our experts will handle every detail of your newborn UAE visa application and will walk you through the entire procedure.
  • Customized package: If none of the following packages appeal to you, you can choose our Custom Wedding package. It enables you to create your own package by selecting the services you require from us.

Choosing a destination wedding package depends on a lot of factors which mainly includes the time, budget and the unique requirements which every couple has towards their wedding day.

Are you planning destination wedding in Dubai and wondering which wedding package would best suit you; feel free to book a consultation with us.

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