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Hi, I need to do an exit from Dubai airport to Kish airport " airport to airport exit. It's my first exit and I really don't know what to expect. Can someone who did the same give me an ides, or advise on what I should bring. I already have a residence visa ready,to re entry in Dubai. Thanks

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Hi, I need to do an exit from Dubai airport to Kish airport " airport to airport exit. It's my first exit and I really don't know what to expect. Can someone who did the same give me an ides, or advise on what I should bring. I already have a residence visa ready,to re entry in Dubai. Thanks
If you have a residence visa approved, there is no need to leave the UAE. Your PRO should give you guidance on changing your visa status with the immigration department.

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I already asked the immigration but since I'm on a tourist visa I cant just pay the fee, I really have to exit.

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