The Guide to Dubai
covers some of the visa options available in the UAE under "Passport, Visa & Permits for Dubai
It appears that Ukraine is not one of the 32 countries that do not require a visa. She will need to acquire a visitor visa and a sponsor. The sponsor normally applies for the visa on the visitor's behalf. The good news is that a sponsor may include:
a - Hotels & Tourist Companies can apply, on your behalf, for a Tourist Visa (valid for 30 days); or a Service Visa (valid for 14 days); or a Visit Visa (valid for 30 days and can be extended for another 30 days).
b - Airlines & Airlines Handlers apply on behalf of their crew members for a 96-hour Transit Visa.
c - Other organisations based in the UAE may only apply for Visit Visas and Service Visas.
d - Individuals (Relatives or Friends) already resident in the UAE may, subject to guidelines, also apply on your behalf for a Visit Visa.30-Day Short-Term Visit Visa (Individuals)
E-form application (fees paid) including clear personal photo of the sponsored person approved by the sponsors or authorised signatories (signed and stamped)
Clear passport copy of the sponsor
Clear passport copy of the sponsored person
A copy of the salary certificate or employment contract of the sponsor (resident) must be attached
Proof of family relationship
It appears that visas range from 500-2,000+ AED depending on length of visit & if it is multiple entry. In any case, contacting the nearest UAE embassy will help you figure out what is required for her specific case. The The General Directorate of Residency & Foreigners Affairs (GDFRA) should also be of help: http://dnrd.ae/ar/Pages/Home.aspx
Does anyone have experience applying for this visa? Any tips? Best of luck & please let us know what you find out.