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UAE Visas

Through a prompt, stress-free, and authentic process, we will assist you in obtaining UAE residence visas for your employees, families, and dependents. Anyone wanting to invest, work, or wish for business setup in UAE needs a residence visa so that you can support and travel freely. The permit allows you to live in the country for two to three years. However, this period can be extended for up to 10 years through timely renewals. The reason for getting a continuous renewal is that the UAE government does not give expatriates permanent residency, so it is important to update the visa status.

Once you reach our visa services, our agents will walk you through the entire process and assist you in completing the paperwork. The only thing you will be asked to do is provide truthful information from your side. Our foreign clients can entrust us with their time and money for being recognized as a leading UAE residence visa provider globally. If you want to apply for a visa to reside permanently in the country, reach out to our services to get a hassle-free visa. We have described the whole process in detail to guide our clients precisely through the residence visa application and attainment process.

UAE Residency Visa FAQs

How to Become a UAE Resident?

There are several ways you can choose from to become a resident in the UAE:

    • Getting a job in the UAE
    • Business Setup in Dubai or other emirate
    • Obtain a freelance permit.
    • Enroll in a college or a university.
    • Dependent visa
    • The UAE Golden Visa
    • Buy a property for more than 1 million AED.
 
All the above-mentioned methods can get you UAE residency, but the fastest and most convenient way in terms of transparency and affordable fees is to apply after opening your business. For that, all you have to do is to register a legal name under the business registration authorities of the UAE.

Which of the Emirates should I live in once I've received my residency visa?

The good news is that expatriates are legally permitted to reside in any of the UAE's states. The only stumbling block is getting a driver's license. Which means if you have established a business in Dubai, then you’ll need to acquire a Dubai driver’s license.

Briefly describe the proven process of getting the UAE resident visa?

A very simple process is required if you are applying for a visa by registering mainland business setup Dubai. All you have to do is:
 
    1. Company registration
    2. company identification card
    3. Entry permit
    4. Application for Emirates ID
    5. Medical testing
    6. Stamping of passports with UAE visas

You can get the process done from your home country. The only things you have to be present for in the UAE are medical and fingerprinting.

How much does a UAE residency visa cost?

The charges depend on the kind of visa you are applying for and also the place where you have established your business. For instance, the lowest visa processing fee states are Al Quwain, Ajman, and Sharjah. The charges for Dubai and Abu Dhabi are slightly higher.

What are the pros of the UAE resident visa?

The UAE is a leading country in the Middle East in terms of living, working, and investing. Therefore, expatriates interested in living a quality lifestyle and calling this country home need a residence visa.

The resident visa allows expatriates to easily travel to and from their home country to the UAE. Especially for those countries that do not have a visa on arrival facility.

Moreover, after getting a visa, you can acquire a bank account in Dubai, a highly desired form of benefit for businessmen and investors.

How do I get a resident visa renewed?

The process of renewal is more streamlined than applying. To renew a visa, you only have to re-take a medical test and then send the test report and your passport to the immigration office a couple of weeks before the visa expiry. After your visa stamping, you’ll be able to stay in the country for another term.

How to cancel a resident visa in the UAE?

Although expatriates who choose to live in the UAE tend to stay here to live for a long period of time, however, there can be many reasons to leave the country, either for personal, business, or other reasons.

The canceling process is also a simple task. Send your passport to the immigration authorities and wait for the cancellation process. This usually takes only a few days to several weeks.

What are the visa-canceling authorities in the UAE?

There are a few visa-issuing authorities in the UAE. You have to pick the one suitable for your business:

    • Dubai Mainland Visas
    • Free zones

What is the process of canceling a visa?

You can cancel by using the online services for ICA or GDRFAD, visit an approved typing center or utilize a mobile app.

These methods are only applicable for canceling the mainland visa. For free zones, you have to visit the office of the issuing authorities.

What documents are needed for a visa cancellation?

    • A signed paper for visa cancellation
    • Emirates ID
    • Original passport
    • Clearance document from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization
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