Indian national, ECR passport, travelling UK, flight change at Dubai, ECNR required?
Hi, I am Indian national bearing passport stamped as Emmigration Check Required (ECR). I am travelling to UK by Emirates airline. So, I'll be travelling Mumbai-Dubai-London. I have to change flight at Dubai. I don't have UAE visa stamped, but only UK visa stamped. Do I require to get ECNR stamp on my pasport?
- ZainLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yes, UK visa is enough for you to traveling. But you should get ECNR stamped on your passport before leaving. Recently the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India have been simplified the criteria for granting ECNR status. Submit your passport along with the attested copy of your educational certificates (matriculation or above) and you will get back your passport on the same day.
Bear in mind that the ECNR procedure is implemented by the Indian immigration regulations and not for UAE.
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- sas35353535Lv 71 decade ago
ECNR not required . if u r only in transit in dubai then u dont need visa for UAE .
- 4 years ago
You mean ECNR. (Emigration Clearance NOT Required) is purely a necessity by the Indian Government when travellign abroad. In other words and ECNR is of no use in any other country.
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- 1 decade ago
Huh! is it your first time??? Being Indian national and how could you manage to bring this question about India.?