UAE cancels the requirement not to be absent from the country to retain the golden residency
UAE government decided to abolish the requirement not to be absent from the country to retain the golden residence, as part of the new system of entry and residence visas.
UAE cancels some residency conditions and adds new benefits for expatriates
The system also included new advantages for holders of golden residency, including the abolition of the maximum number of support service workers that can be brought in.
And benefits for family members that allow them to stay in the country for the duration of their residency in the event of the death of the breadwinner who obtained the golden residency.
And the Emirati newspaper, Al Bayan, reported that the Cabinet, headed by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, approved the executive regulations for the decree by a federal law regarding the entry and residence of foreigners.
Which aims to enhance the position of the UAE as an ideal destination for living, working and investing, and supporting the process of sustainable economic growth by attracting and retaining qualified talents and competencies from all over the world.
The executive regulations provide adequate information on the types and conditions of entry and residence visas, and the general provisions for the entry and residence of foreigners in the country, and reflect the radical development witnessed by the newly developed system of entry and residence visas with the aim of facilitating procedures, supporting the labor market, raising its competitiveness and flexibility, and enhancing a sense of stability and community safety.
UAE .. The golden residency, which is granted to several categories, including investors, entrepreneurs, brilliant talents, scientists, specialists, early students, graduates, humanitarian pioneers and the first line of defense for a period of 10 years, witnessed a large number of amendments that came with the aim of facilitating requirements and expanding the categories of beneficiaries.