The answer is NO. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Schengen Area have separate visa policies. A Schengen visa allows you to travel to and within countries in the Schengen Area, all of which are in the European Union. While the UAE is not in the European Union and has its own visa requirements.
Schengen passport holders can apply for a visa for UAE in 02 ways:
- Apply for a traditional visa at the UAE Embassy.
- Apply for a UAE e-Visa via UAE Immigration Services (Recommend).
Applying for a visa online is quick and simple, saving you time and potential complications while you're in the United Arab Emirates. By applying online, where you can complete the necessary paperwork in advance and follow clear instructions, you may ensure easier entry into the nation.
All that is required of you is some basic personal information, travel information, and supporting documentation, such as a scanned copy of your passport and a current photo. When the application is completed and approved, an electronic visa will be issued, eliminating the requirement for a physical visa label or stamp at the airport. Schengen citizens can stay in the UAE for 30, 60, or 90 days, depending on the type of visa they have, and the e-visa is valid for 02 months from the date it was processed.