Sunday, March 20, 2011
Just a quickie: It's now official - the RO 2.000 charge levied at the Wajajah border post for crossing into the UAE has now been removed as of yesterday - Saturday 19th March 2011. Regional news paper, Gulf News ran the story later yesterday afternoon.

The order was issued by Sayyid Fahd Bin Mahmoud Al Saeed, Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers, and was effective from yesterday. It's unclear whether expatriates will still be charged.

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C said...

wow thats good news for frequent travellers!!! i wish they could lower the border visa fees tho! or at least give multible entry visas on the border!

Dynamite said...

Word on the street is, its just for locals only.

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