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FILIPINOS TRAVELING TO OMAN FOR UAE VISA CHANGE CAN NOW GET A FREE OMAN VISA

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Jun. 10, 18 | 10:02 am

Tabeer Tourism, one of the best travel agencies catering to the needs of all Overseas Filipinos in the UAE and even back in the Philippines has recently introduced a free Oman visa, just in time when thousands of Filipino tourists are flocking to quick Oman for a quick visa change.

“Any Filipino nationality, who resides in the UAE and has his/her visa expired anytime between the months of May or June can get a free Oman visa, while booking for a 90 Days Oman Visa Change Package that is said to include two-way bus transportation with onboard facilities and a 90 Days UAE Visa. The approvals of the visa are said to be within 24 Hours.” The agency said.

Several thousand Filipinos who have entered UAE with a tourist visa and those who have been looking for an opportunity to get a new UAE visa in hand, have chosen this package via Tabeer. All set for an onset journey to UAE’s close neighbor, Oman, If you are looking for oman visa cost then clients have got an Oman Tourist Visa, free of cost and have enjoyed their stay in Oman.

“During my stay in Oman, I was given a room in a budget-friendly hotel with all the conveniences I required. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay in Buraimi. I didn’t expect to get my visa in hand within 24 hours and returned back to UAE the next day. It was quick, to my surprise and I am thankful to have preferred this.” said one of the visa change customers of Tabeer Tourism.

The following are the steps in applying for an Oman visa change package:

– Check your visa expiration date with a visa departure date calculator.

– Contact Tabeer Tourism on its toll free number (800-822337).

– Confirm your date of exit to Oman and submit your documents to the agent.

– Make sure you arrive on or before time to the designated pick-up points.

– Upon reaching Oman, check-in at your hotel.

– Send your exit stamp to your respective agent.

– Once your visa is approved, your agent will notify you and you’d be returning back to UAE with a new visa in hand.

Headquartered in Dubai, with a branch in Abu Dhabi, Tabeer Tourism has opened its door for Filipinos who reside in both of these Emirates.

The documents required:

– A six months valid passport

– A clear passport sized photograph with ONLY white background.

The travel agency has said that the offer is valid only until the 13th of June and has insisted visa change passengers to reserve their seats at the earliest to avoid any last minute bookings.

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