Do you know UAE Visa procedure?
Although United Arab Emirates have an efficient mechanism for Visas issuing, it is not an easy procedure and you cannot do it on your own.
It is needed a sponsor that forwards the request.
The employment agreement must be registered in Arab following law prescriptions.
It is necessary to do the medical examination as required by the Health Ministry and the Cabinet Resolution Nr. 7 of 2008.
You are risking long timescales for release, even one month while your passport is retained.
There are two different ways to obtain a Visa in UAE:
1st Option: Set up and register your own company as FTZ or Mainland. Your business and/or your local UAE partner can then be your sponsor.
2nd Option: Buy a real estate property. The property and real estate developer become the sponsor, but this kind of Visa gives no right to work in the UAE.
Become an employee of a FTZ or Mainland company. This way you become eligible for both residency and work permit.
DO you know UAE RE Investor Visa?
By investing in Real Estate, you can apply for a renewable multi-entry Visa for 6 months, which is released at a fee and whose sponsor is the developer of the real estate property. If you’re thinking about buying property in Dubai in order to obtain a residency Visa, we strongly advise you to avoid doing this, because it is a complicated and not a cost effective solution to obtain residency; furthermore, this kind of Visa is issued only to individuals and they are subjected to the so called lex loci including Sharia.
Do you know UAE Investor Visa?
The Visa ensures that you can stay in the UAE as a resident for a period of 3yrs renewable and as long as you do not leave the country for more than 6 months.
Be informed that if you choose to apply for a Visa through a Mainland company, your sponsor is the local partner and you will depend on him for the Visa.
In case you want to invest in a FTZ company, the company business is the sponsor itself and you will not depend on anyone. This Visa also allows you to sponsor family members.
Gemana 10 days Visa Processing Services
Note: If the client wishes to avail of our Visa processing services, being that the medical examination carried out medical test as X-ray, HIV-AIDS, Hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis (TB), leprosy, syphilis, pregnancy, we may become aware of sensitive personal information.
The client must inform us in time if wish to receive personally the medical results.
DO you know the requirements for Shariah avoiding Wills?
It is important to know that Sharia law governs the core of UAE. When the Constitution of UAE was adopted, it was written that Islam is part of the legislation, according to art. 7. this often in conflict with the client’s wishes regarding inheritance.
In Islamic Law, there are four important duties that need to be performed when the owner of a property dies and these are the following:
Pay the debts of the deceased.
Funeral and burial expenses must also be paid in full.
Execute the will of the deceased.
Distribute the estate to immediate family and relatives as per rules of priority (quota).
Since the UAE is a Muslim country, all courts adhere to the laws of Sharia law in matters of inheritance in case of unwillingness.
According to the Personal Affairs Law (No 28 of 2005), a non-Muslim expatriate who is resident in the UAE can choose to follow the law of their home country to apply to the distribution of their goods in the United Arab Emirates, on condition that they made a legally recognized will.
Before a Will can be presented to the UAE Courts it must be translated into Arabic by an authorized translation firm. This Arabic translation should also be attested by the UAE Ministry of Justice and the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
This translation and attestation process can be done while still alive, however this is not essential as it may also be done after death.