The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) revealed the details regarding the recently announced 10-year Gold Card residency scheme. To date, 400 expats already availed the card.
There are several conditions for a foreigner to apply for a residence visa. Most of these conditions have something to do with the nationality of the foreigner. The following requirements have to be fulfilled when obtaining the residence permit in Dubai
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, prime minister and ruler of Dubai, approved the Gold Card permanent residency to experts, scientists, students, artisans who like to pursue their dreams in Dubai. This is intended for those who excel well in the fields of health, science, arts, and engineering.
A new initiative is launched by the Dubai Free Zones (DFZ) Council that enables a single free zone license to operate in other free zones without the need of a different license.
Expats will not be bothered by job titles for them to sponsor their dependents. This comes after the new family sponsorship policy came into effect recently. The Cabinet decided on the policy earlier this year.
Dubai is a favorite destination of both holidaymakers and entrepreneurs. If you are looking forward to making Dubai part of your business expansion or your permanent home soon, here are some tips for you to make the transition easier and quicker:
There are many reasons why people go to Dubai, but the most popular reasons are tourism and employment. In Dubai, you have to apply for different types of visas based on your purpose of visit.
Dubai is a great place for expats to open a bank account and invest. Doing so results to many advantages on the part of the investor.
Foreign investors and professional specialists such as doctors and engineers will be able to receive UAE residency visas which will be valid for 10 years. These specialists can come from various professional fields such as medical, scientific, research, and technical fields.
Dubai introduces a new law to attract retirees with a 5 years renewable visa. And guess what, Dubai is even more accessible with this new law!