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Dubai lures expat retirees with a five-year retirement visa
Dubai lures expat retirees with a five-year ...
While most Middle East countries are facing an expat exodus, the UAE is looking to attract more of them. Dubai has just announced its new strategy to attract and retain expat retirees: a retiree visa that will be renewable every five years. Here's what you need to know if you've always dreamed of retiring to one of the world's most developed and prosperous cities.
Work permits in the UAE: Women can now sponsor their male relatives
Work permits in the UAE: Women can now ...
Until now, only women could benefit from a work permit sponsored by a family member. Husbands could sponsor their wives for a work permit but not the other way round. But, things are changing. As of this month, women will also be able to sponsor their husbands, fathers and adult children for a work permit. This will allow more women to find and accept jobs in the UAE and will increase the pool of workers within the UAE.
The new long-term residency permits in the UAE: Are you eligible?
The new long-term residency permits in the ...
It's official. Starting this month, according to the Government Portal of the country, the United Arab Emirates are accepting applications for 10-year and 5- year residence visas. The decision was validated by the UAE Cabinet in November 2018, and honorary visas have already been assigned 20 academics who are already living and working in the UAE. The two new visa categories were set up in an attempt to attract and retain highly skilled individuals to the UAE. Entrepreneurs, investors, highly specialised talents and even outstanding students will be eligible for these 10-year and 5-year visas. But what, exactly, does it take to be able to bag yourself a long-term residency permit in the UAE? For the next five years there will need to be:
The Dubai adventures of a British expat couple
The Dubai adventures of a British expat ...
Ruth from London landed in Dubai in February 2015 following her husband to his new post. They will be staying for another year before moving back to the United Kingdom. A freelance writer, Ruth shares with Expat.com her everyday life in the United Arab Emirates.
Jo in Abu Dhabi: Life of a non-Muslim expat and avid blogger in the UAE
Jo in Abu Dhabi: Life of a non-Muslim expat ...
Since 2008, Jo has been living in Abu Dhabi, UAE's capital city. The Filipino expat opens up to Expat.com, and discusses everyday life in the UAE for a non-Muslim expatriate, and all the things that make this country a good place to live in.
Amy in Abu Dhabi:
Amy in Abu Dhabi: "The United Arab Emirates ...
Amy comes from the UK. She moved to Abu Dhabi nine months ago after her husband was offered a job there. In this Interview, she shares her views about life in the United Arab Emirates.
Discover the new United Arab Emirates Expat Guide
Discover the new United Arab Emirates Expat ...
Thanks to their constantly growing economy, the United Arab Emirates attract many foreign professionals looking forward to benefit from opportunities it provides. Discover the new United Arab Emirates expat guide if you are also looking forward to more there.
Emma in Dubai:
Emma in Dubai: "Just embrace the region and ...
Emma and her husband landed in Dubai since one year. Working in the airline industry, this Australian expat gives us her sincere testimony about a country in constant evolution.