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Dubai Introducing Five-year Visa for Multinational’s Staff

November 25, 2021 | xpath.global

Dubai, renowned for its bustling business environment and cosmopolitan lifestyle, continues to attract international talent with its latest offering: the 5-year multi-entry visa. This visa is a game-changer for professionals seeking to explore career opportunities in the vibrant city.

Enhanced Flexibility for International Employees

The newly established visa empowers international employees with unprecedented flexibility. It grants them the freedom to attend training sessions, conferences, and other business-related activities. Moreover, this visa allows individuals to stay in the UAE for an initial period of 90 days, with the option to extend for another 90 days, facilitating longer stays for business endeavors.

Transitioning seamlessly into a professional life in Dubai is made easier with this visa. Furthermore, it’s crucial to seek guidance from legal experts to navigate corporate, employment, or immigration matters effectively.

Dubai’s Vision: A Global Hub for Professionals

Dubai’s commitment to fostering a diverse workforce and becoming a global hub for professionals is evident through initiatives like the 5-year multi-entry visa. This move underscores Dubai’s dedication to providing opportunities for professionals worldwide. This solidifying its status as a premier destination for both living and working.

Should you require assistance or have any inquiries regarding this visa or related legal concerns, our partners at Hudson McKenzie are here to help. Reach out to them via email at londoninfo@hudsonmckenzie.com or by telephone at +44(0) 20 3318 5794.

Remember, while the information provided here offers valuable insights, it does not constitute legal advice. It’s essential to consult with professionals to address your specific needs and ensure compliance with legal regulations.

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