This is great news for Indians who dream of working and living in the United Arab Emirates visa. The UAE has unveiled a new plan for entry and stay in the country, taking the biggest step towards visa reform. Under this 10 types of entry visa (UAE Visa) will be issued, which will be very easily available. An official statement said the new visa would not require a host or sponsor. With this there will be no limit on their entry.
As a visitor, you can now stay in the country for 60 days, which was only 30 days before. Under the new rules, Golden Residence holders can sponsor their spouse, children and other family members. It can also host domestic workers.
Here are the new visa rules:
Parents can sponsor their male children up to the age of 25, who were previously only 18, the report said.
The statement added that the new rules would attract the best talent from around the world.
Professional workers must have a valid employment contract for a visa.
Education should be a minimum graduate and monthly salary should not be less than $ 8,100.
People from fields like culture, arts, sports, digital technology, inventions will also be able to get visas easily.
For this job, no salary or qualification will be required. However, you will need a government recommendation.
Real estate investors will be able to get a golden residence
According to the report, real estate investors will be able to acquire Golden Residence by buying a property worth બે 2 million. Under the new rules, investors can get long-term visas if they buy property with loans from local banks.
There is also opportunity for start-ups
Those who are looking for business opportunities after coming to UAE will also get visa without any host so that people can go there and make good use of the opportunities. In addition, scientists and researchers will easily get visas.
UAE introduces green visa
Earlier, the UAE launched a green visa program so that people could live and work in the country without the company’s sponsorship. This is a big change from the previous system, as previously only a few were granted long-term residence permits after a large investment. (With agency input)