Dubai passengers to receive special passport stamp upon arrival over Ramadan

Passengers arriving in Dubai through the airports during the Holy Month of Ramadan will receive a unique stamp in their passports.

The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) made a statement on its official Twitter X account. The tweet read, “Brand Dubai welcomes visitors to Dubai with a unique stamp of #RamadanInDubai logo together with the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs.”

The tweet further mentioned that passport holders can see the calendar of events taking place during the holy month of Ramadan by scanning a QR code. A thorough schedule of sights and happenings in Dubai is included in the document, along with information on family-friendly events, festivities, and traditional Ramadan activities. Here is where you may view it.

The circular logo has “Dubai International Airport” next to the words “Ramadan in Dubai” in both Arabic and English, written in black ink. Icons of the moon and stars, which are known to be emblematic of Ramadan, surround the sentence.

The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai, Lieutenant General Mohammed Al Marri, said that these initiatives were made to provide “memorable experiences for visitors.”

In the past

Dubai has already introduced specialised passport stamps. In November 2023, guests were given a black stamp with the dates of the Dubai Airshow and the words “The future of the aerospace industry” printed on it. The look is completed with an aeroplane circling the design.

In addition, fortunate visitors who entered the United Arab Emirates in February 2021 were given a passport stamp commemorating the momentous arrival of the Hope probe on the Martian orbit on February 9, 2021, in Martian ink. Based on the information provided, the ink is derived from rocks that are also present on Mars. How awesome is that?

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