After a similar question recently, I don't think there is any contributor on here who really knows. Best contact the UAE embassy in the States to clear it with them first.
And then come back and let us know the outcome so we can inform others who ask later. Thanks.
never knew that was a problem. would be very interested to know the outcome.
you can travel where ever you want really. thought it was a free country and world.
good luck xxx
Oh, you poor deluded girl.
i'll do anything to wind you up. sonofbb.
but seriously i never knew her going would be an issue. wow learn a new thing every day.
Geez - like you have never heard that in most Arab countries a Israli visa stamp is a big no no. And will have you refused permission.
You'd do anything to wind me up eh? OK - live in Sharjah for a week then.
no way. i think i recall you saying that you driver got you lost there.
is it rough!
sounds like the hackney of london if im correct? Im a suburbs girl through and through. use to nice surrounds. would'nt last a day in the place your talking about!
In my humble opinion, there are plenty of jewish people with American Passports travelling to Dubai. They hold nothing against the jewish people as such. Their policy is towards the State of Israel only and for obvious reasons.
If you are an American citizen, you can travel to Dubai and get an entry into the country. The immigration Staff at the counters is trained only to see the legality of the entry and unlike so many countries, they do not try to sniff your passport and ask probing questions as to what was the purpose of comming here and who you know and where would you stay etc. They check if your passport was valid and genuine and if the country of your citizenship was one of those countries that do not require Visa prior to entry, they will gladly give you entry... no matter how your name sounds. Theyare there to promote Tourism and not refuse entries!
Bill Gates must have visited Dubai. If you're US citizen, they can't discriminate against you. No matter where you're born or what was your name....
To double check, call UAE embassy in USA and ask - like SonofBB had earlier suggested.