UAE Embassy in London, United Kingdom (UK) Contact Details, How to Apply Visa, Passport? 9


Embassy of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in London, United Kingdom Address, Phone number, Location, Consular assistance number, Passport information, Opening hours, Email, Visa services and consular services

UAE Embassy in United Kingdom (UK)

Head: Mansoor Abulhoul

Address: 1-2 Grosvenor Crescent, London, SW1X 7EE

Phone: +44 (0) 2075811281

Citizens Affairs: 0097180024

Email: LondonEmb.Info@mofaic.gov.ae

Fax: +44 (0) 2078088381

Opening hours: Monday to Friday – (09.00 – 4.00), Saturday and Sunday – Closed.

UAE government official website: https://u.ae/

UAE Embassy in United Kingdom (UK) official website: https://www.mofa.gov.ae/london

Map: View Google direction here.

Services available at United Arab Emirates Embassy/Consulate in London
  • Birth and death registration can be done for the United Arab Emirates nationals abroad.
  • Register the marriage for the United Arab Emirates nationals living abroad
  • You can get the document legalized
  • Issue visa
  • Request a criminal record at the consulate / embassy
  • Issue emergency travel certificates
  • Provides notarial services.
  • To renew or replace the passport, you can contact the embassy or consulate
  • For any emergency situation like if you are arrested overseas, embassy /consulate representative will help you according to the law.

How to apply and obtain United Arab Emirates Visa: Procedures, Documents required?

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How to apply and obtain United Arab Emirates Passport: Documents required, Cost, Renewal?

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Immigration office in United Arab Emirates

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UAE Visa on Arrival

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UAE Visa Application Status Checking / Tracking Online – Fees

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UAE Embassy | Consulate | Consulate General Worldwide

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UAE Embassy in London, United Kingdom (UK)

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9 thoughts on “UAE Embassy in London, United Kingdom (UK) Contact Details, How to Apply Visa, Passport?

  • Yvette White

    There are no opening hours given
    How long to certify the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office stamp
    How much does it cost
    Thanks

  • Mark Daughters

    I have just been listening on the radio to the case of an ex British Serviceman Andrew Neal who is currently being detained in the UAE on alleged drugs charges. They had an expert state that it was unsafe for British people to travel to the UAE due to the lack of a fair and effective justice system. It was stated that British citizens can be arrested on the weakest of evidence and are then at high risk of being found guilty on standards of evidence which are extremely low. The case of Andrew Neal and others like would mean that I would never travel to the UAE under any circumstances. I have signed a petition requesting the British government to take up the case of Andrew Neal with your government. I would urge that you consider the impact of this case and others like it on the reputation of the UAE. At the current time I would not even travel on UAE airlines or on any flight that even has a stopover in Dubai.

  • catherine Eastham

    Dear Sir or Madam,
    I start a new teaching job at a school in Abu Dhabi at the end of August. I am a UK citizen but currently teach abroad. My Notary has had my degree and teaching certificate notarized and they are back from FCO with Apostilles.
    I would like to visit the Embassy in London for the next action. Do I need to make an appointment at the Embassy?
    How long does it take at the Embassy. Can I collect documents on the same day or next day. How much will it cost?
    Kind regards,
    Catherine Eastham

  • wendy micklewright

    Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan
    Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi
    Crown Prince Court King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
    Street P.O. Box 124
    Abu Dhabi,
    United Arab Emirates
    Fax: +971 2 668 6622
    @MohamedBinZayed
    Your Highness,
    On 11 April 2019, Lebanese prisoner Ahmad Ali Mekkaoui was transferred to incommunicado detention and is at risk of torture and other ill-treatment.

    On the same day, Ahmad Ali Mekkaoui informed his sister over phone that the prosecution filed a new case against him, his sister and his legal consultant in Lebanon, on charges of publishing false information seeking to damage the reputation of the UAE.

    Ahmad said those were in relation to a TV news report in which his sister and his legal consultant described Ahmad’s torture and prison conditions in the UAE.

    On 31 October 2016, the State Security Chamber at the Federal Supreme Court had sentenced Ahmad Ali Mekkaoui to 15 years in prison on charges including communicating with Lebanese political party and armed group Hezbollah, disclosing classified information and establishing an unauthorized foreign international group in the UAE.

    Ahmad informed the Public prosecutor that he was subjected to long incommunicado pre-trial detention, torture and ill-treatment including beatings on his face, ripping out his toenails, scalping, and raping him with a steel rod.

    However, the torture allegations were never investigated, and the court relied on the false “confessions” obtained under torture to convict him.

    I urge you to quash the unreliable conviction and release Ahmad Ali Mekkaoui, unless there is evidence of a recognizable criminal offence in line with international law and standards.

    In the interim, I call on you to ensure that he is granted immediate and regular access to his lawyer, family, consular assistance, and any medical care he may require.

    I further call on you to launch an independent and impartial investigation into the claims of torture, as provided by the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment and also in line with the Istanbul Protocol on the Effective Investigation and Documentation of Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.

    Yours sincerely

    Wendy Micklewright

  • Dr Tichafasey Gordon Fair-Brain Mtetwa

    Dear Sirs:
    I have tried several times to reach the Visa/Work Permit section for answers to questions I have about working in Abu Dhabi but was kept on line for over 1/2 hour calling on line 0207 581 1281.
    I am a British citizen keen to work in Abu Dhabi at the Al Khaja Medical Centre as a Specialty Doctor in Medical Oncology. I wanted to ask on the veracity of the GBP 2420.00(single and 3560 per family) I was being asked to pay by the Al Madani Travel Agency for a Work Permit on a 2-year contract. I am supposed to start work on 31st October 2019.
    I just want to know if the Work Permit fee is legitimate and if Al Madani is Government-supported Agency because I have been warned of Scams in the UAE applications. Please let me know ASAP so I can make the necessary arrangements to pay and travel to Abu Dhabi for work. I am very keen and ready to go there for work.
    Kind regards, Dr T Gordon Fair-Brain Mtetwa, BA, MBBS, MSc & Diploma Medical Oncology.

  • Robert W

    Dear Sir / Madam,

    I am a UK citizen, but I have UAE residence and I work in Abu Dhabi for ADNOC. I am currently stuck in the UK as the UAE border is closed but I see Etihad are resuming some flights from certain airports from tomorrow to allow resident permit holders to return to the UAE. For this I need an ICA approval. While I am registered on the ICA system, I can’t find any way to apply for the ICA approval to fly, on the website. Is there anyway you can help me find this link or application please?

    Thanks and regards.

  • Gillian Brown

    I heard on the radio that the UAE has sent a consignment of PPE equipment to the Occupied Territories in Palestine and I would like to thank you very much for doing this.

  • ronald stout

    Shortly after declaring your good relations with UK, you are reported as paying Russia to develop a new fighter aircraft. Is that true . Surely not???
    Russia is the out of control rogue state of the World that is mounting an unprovoked attack on UUkraine. Russia will spend years being prosecuted for war crimes, they will have to pay to rebuild Ukraine. Despite this you are financing new weapons for them??? How can you be the friend of the West when you do this,
    This is after Saudi Arabia, which is not behaving well under its new leader, is working with Russia to harm the West by corrupting OPEC. Russia has stopped selling oil to the West, whilst Saudi Arabia has actually cut back its production, to deliberately harm the West.
    OPEC needs to be declared as a hostile, corrupt and partial organisation that is being weaponised by its two main members.
    UAE clearly wishes to support the obscene behaviour of Russia in Ukraine, by your actions. You should stop all support and contracts with Russia.