Abu Dhabi residential visa cancellation process

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Old 25th January 2013, 08:27 PM
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Question Abu Dhabi residential visa cancellation process

Hi to all!

Thing is... that I'm on the stage of moving to another company (in government sector) from a private company in Abu Dhabi.

Hope somebody can light up a process of residential visa cancellation in Abu Dhabi issued thorough the private company.

1) How long does it takes to get visa cancelled (in days)?
2) How long can I stay in the country after visa has been cancelled?


Also, still wondered...if it's possible to cancel res. visa by government company, when the same visa was issued by another private company (talking about Abu Dhabi)?

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Visa can be cancelled in a few days...

But you maybe able to transfer your visa if your new company allow it.

You risk cancelling your visa but with govt clearance and possibly a long security clearance wait, you would need to leave the country within 30 days and 25 dhs fine per day plus 100 aed if you go over this time...

Be sure you get your visa in plenty of time otherwise you will be out of the country and with no.job...RT
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Visa can be cancelled in a few days...

But you maybe able to transfer your visa if your new company allow it.

You risk cancelling your visa but with govt clearance and possibly a long security clearance wait, you would need to leave the country within 30 days and 25 dhs fine per day plus 100 aed if you go over this time...

Be sure you get your visa in plenty of time otherwise you will be out of the country and with no.job...RT
thx for your respond humus.

My security clearance has been already done positively, so no probs with it at all.

A new company HR told me that they'll cancel my visa on their own and at the same time my old (still current) private company requested me a passport and emirates ID for cancellation as well

seems to be confusing...just wondering if public company can cancel the visa issued by private company

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Old 26th January 2013, 04:29 PM
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Yep, public govt owned company has more weight in terms if what they can and can't do....

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