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Dubai launched a new 'Green Visa'

Dubai launched a new Green Visa

Nearly 700,000 Filipinos live in the UAE, of which 500,000 live in Dubai, and they from 6.1% of the whole UAE population, and they form 21.3% of the population of Dubai. Many Filipinos travelling to work, leisure and study, the new what is Dubai’s new green visa and how that can be benefit the residents of Dubai? I am writing all you need to know about green visa and family visa that help you to plan your future ideas of settling in Dubai.

United Arab Emirates Minister of State for Foreign Trade Dr. Thani Al Zeyoudi made an announcement where he unveiled the Green visa meant for business owners, investors, and entrepreneurs in the UAE.

The green visa seeks to attract top talent, boost foreign investment in UAE, and after granting of the visa can sponsor family members.

Chances are you heard about the UAE green visa. Do you understand the benefits of this visa? What about what the visa means for the eligible persons? All those, among other details, are what we will cover in this blog post to ensure you understand every thing.

The UAE green visa is designated for businesses and not working either sponsored by an employer. The visa will benefit the foreign business owners in UAE as they will have the ability to sponsor their family members to come to live in UAE.

If you have families outside UAE and wonder how you can get to live with them as you process the green visa, they can come to UAE through a tourist visa. The visa has limited time, but there is a UAE tourist visa extension options, thus allowing them to stay in UAE as you process the green visa and sponsor their stay.

Content
  1. UAE Green visa eligibility criteria
  2. How UAE residents now sponsoring their family
  3. Sponsorship requirements
  4. Sponsoring your wife and children
  5. Sponsoring two wives
  6. Sponsoring daughters
  7. Sponsoring sons
  8. Sponsoring your parents
  9. Woman sponsoring her family

Dubai launched a new Green Visa

1. UAE Green visa eligibility criteria


It is important to understand the eligibility criteria used to issue the UAE green visa. Among the people who are eligible for this visa include high-performing students and business owners.

The minister specified that the business owners must be self-dependent and the visa will be beneficial as you can sponsor your family members with it. The family members include parents, children up to 25, and spouses. Another benefit of this UAE green visa is a 90 to 180 days grace period if your visa is canceled.

2. How UAE residents now sponsoring their family


Not only can employers sponsor a person to UAE so as an employee. The basic requirement is a residency visa. The same benefits will be there for people who qualify for green visas. Below is clarification on the requirements and who can be sponsored terms and conditions.

3. Sponsorship requirements


If you are a foreigner in UAE and would like to sponsor some to UAE, either an employee or employer, you must have a valid residency permit.

If you are a male employed foreigner in UAE, you can sponsor your immediate family member, i.e., your children, spouse, or parent. There are several terms and conditions to meet, including a minimum salary of AED 4,000 or AED 3,000 plus accommodation.

Dubai launched a new Green Visa

4. Sponsoring your wife and children


It is possible as an expatriate to sponsor your children and family if you have a UAE residency visa. You ought to meet the terms mentioned above and conditions outlined by the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA).

Among the requirements when you are sponsoring your wife, prove you are married. The authorities will prompt you to present to them authenticated marriage certificate in Arabic. If it is not written in Arabic, you have to look for a certified translator and translate it to Arabic before submitting it.

5. Sponsoring two wives


If it happens, you have two wives, as a Muslim, it is allowed to sponsor them, but you have to meet the laid down terms and conditions as per GDRFA.

6. Sponsoring daughters


For you to sponsor your daughters or daughter, they should not be married. You have to prove by submitting relevant documents they are your daughters.

Dubai launched a new Green Visa

7. Sponsoring sons


As an expatriate, you a sponsor your son if they are not above 18 years. If your son is studying in UAE and he beholds 18 years, you can sponsor him until he is 21 years and I am required you to submit documents proving he is studying.

The student has to enter UAE at least once every six months so that his sponsored residence visa remains valid. The visa is issued on a yearly basis, and it is renewable until when the student finishes his education.

8. Sponsoring your parents


It is possible to sponsor your parents to live in UAE if you are an expatriate employee. You will be required to pay a deposit that serves as a grantee for each parent as outlined by the immigration department.

When you are sponsoring the parent, they have to be two of them, and if one is dead or divorced, you have to submit supporting documents to prove the case.

Additionally, you have to submit documents proving you are the sole support and no one is available back home to take care of them.

To qualify to sponsor your parents, you have to earn the stipulated minimum salary as per the immigration department and get your parent's medical insurance, which will meet the basic medical coverage and will be renewed each year.

According to details on the Amer website, the minimum salary should be AED 20,000 to sponsor parents' visas.

Dubai launched a new Green Visa

9. Woman sponsoring her family


It is possible as a woman to sponsor your husband and children in Abu Dhabi. There are several requirements to meet, including;
  • Hold a residence permit.
  • Be either an engineer, teacher, doctor, nurse, or other profession related to the medical sector.
  • The monthly salary is at least AED 10,000 or AED 8,000, including accommodation.
  • Any other documents which are required by the respective authority.

If a woman does not work in one of these fields, she can still sponsor her family in Dubai. Among the requirements is earning a salary wage of more than AED 10,000, and she has to obtain special clearance from the DNRD.

If you are a single mother, you can sponsor your children, but you will be requested to submit similar to those when sponsoring stepchildren.



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