Get your residence visa and live in the UAE legally.
A residence visa or permit is a type of visa that certifies the legitimacy of an expat to reside in any emirate of the country for a specific period of time subject to the UAE’s immigration laws. The residence status is granted on a range of conditions set by the government such as business, investment, tourism or study, each of which decides the visa type and validity.
Now you can sponsor your dependents in the UAE as a business owner or an employee regardless of the profession, provided you meet the minimum salary requirement, show proof of relationship and dependency, ability to house and financially support your dependents while residing in the UAE. Documents showing relation and dependency not issued in the UAE must be legalized and attested by the UAE Consulate from your home country and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the UAE.
Live in the UAE for upto one year with a remote work visa and enjoy a work-life balance with zero taxes.
The remote work visa allows foreigners to enter the UAE under self-sponsorship and work in line with the work visa rules and conditions. This visa is marked as a chance for foreign remote workers to access all the standard services that residents enjoy such as – banking, investments, government services, schooling and more.
The Dubai government has initiated efforts to make it easier and cheaper for freelancers to work and live in the UAE. GoFreelance visa is an initiative by the TECOM group that allows freelancers to work in tech, education, media and design sectors as independent contractors with a Freelance permit.
The freelancer permit is ideal for professionals who are on a dependent visa as they only need to get a freelancer license. This permit identifies you as a sole practitioner and enables you to conduct business in your name rather than a brand name.