As the nation conducts broad reforms, inquiries for the new UAE visas have been pouring in, according to agents. The system is presently being tested, and on October 3 it will actually be put into use.
According to Abdul Gafoor, general manager of Al Mas Businessmen Service, “the Green Visa and the 5-year multiple-entry visa are the subjects of the most inquiries we are receiving.”
“A pharmacist called me yesterday to ask about the Green Visa. He was not qualified for the Golden Visa, but he is optimistic that he will be able to apply for and profit from the Green Visa.
The Green Visa is a new five-year residence track designed to draw entrepreneurs, skilled workers, freelancers, and other types of talent. When the permission is revoked or expires, those holding this visa are granted more generous grace periods that can last up to six months to remain in the nation. Additionally, they have no trouble obtaining residency permits for their first-degree relatives, such as their husbands, kids, and parents.
According to Abdul Gafoor, “the five-year multiple entrance visa is also very popular among locals.” “I’ve already had several questions about it. Those who spend a lot of time in two different nations will find it especially interesting. It enables the visa holder to stay in the nation for 90 days and then extends for an additional 90 days each year.
For a multiple-entry tourist visa, you must show that you had at least $4,000 in your bank account—or its equivalent in other currencies—during the six months before you submitted your application. The service card on the GDRFA website states that a visa application will cost Dh1500.
The information was released on Monday by the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Ports Security (ICP) of the UAE. There are new entrance permits, including one for job searchers, a greatly expanded Golden Visa program, a five-year Green residency program, and other changes.
According to Muneer from Tastahel Documents, “freelancers and remote workers are greatly benefited by the five-year multiple entry visas.” As long as they meet the requirements for obtaining the visa, they will be free to enter and exit the nation. We are presently awaiting complete details regarding the new permits.
The greatest entrance and residence amendments enacted in the UAE include these new visas. Earlier, it was said that they will take effect on September 5.