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Davis123

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Six
How many days in a year you need to live in UAE in order to maintain your visa valid and renewable the next year?
Once in every 6 months but you can get in problems with your home country eventually if they see you going like that on a UAE residency visa. Asian countries like India, etc are also looking into this now. Don't abuse the system or you will be looked at thoroughly soon. Good luck. It is due to all this EU and OECD are blackmailing countries like UAE, Panama etc.
 

CaptK

Company Formation, Bank Account, Real Estate
Mentor Group Gold
Ajman is definitely the place to set up a company and or get a freelance license. You can residency with either from $4K.
A 1 bed flat in Dubai Marina (very desirable place to live) is approximately $12K per year.

If he continues to work he needs to make $3K per month. If he currently lives in any of the big cities in Europe then this will be easy in his line of work.
 

Davis123

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Ajman is definitely the place to set up a company and or get a freelance license. You can residency with either from $4K.
A 1 bed flat in Dubai Marina (very desirable place to live) is approximately $12K per year.

If he continues to work he needs to make $3K per month. If he currently lives in any of the big cities in Europe then this will be easy in his line of work.
Due to Covid 19 Saudi Arabia started income tax on everyone (both corporate and individual). If UAE follows them then it would be a problem for tax free expats. Corporate taxation was something recently brought as a good idea by a UAE lawyer (of course money maker for attorneys and CPAs) in Gulf news (in English too online) which is a local paper in UAE
 

CaptK

Company Formation, Bank Account, Real Estate
Mentor Group Gold
Due to Covid 19 Saudi Arabia started income tax on everyone (both corporate and individual). If UAE follows them then it would be a problem for tax free expats. Corporate taxation was something recently brought as a good idea by a UAE lawyer (of course money maker for attorneys and CPAs) in Gulf news (in English too online) which is a local paper in UAE
If they do then it will be the beginning of the end. They are better off to increase tax on "haram" items and charge a bit more tourism levy and bring in a stamp duty on property. More than 1 way to skin a cat.

They should employ my services they could rake in billions and people will happily pay it.

The advantage UAE has over KSA is that its also a tourist destination and very popular with all age ranges. Plus a 5 night holiday in dubai works out cheaper than 5 nights in spain on a like for like basis.

This is something me and a friend of mine are hoping to get into. Dubai is a selfie paradise and is cheaper than Ibiza.
 

Konstanz

Active Member
Six
Once in every 6 months but you can get in problems with your home country eventually if they see you going like that on a UAE residency visa. Asian countries like India, etc are also looking into this now. Don't abuse the system or you will be looked at thoroughly soon. Good luck. It is due to all this EU and OECD are blackmailing countries like UAE, Panama etc.
Are there any public infos about that? UAE seems don't have any problems with that..
 

Davis123

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Are there any public infos about that? UAE seems don't have any problems with that..
Are there any public infos about that? UAE seems don't have any problems with that..
UAE does not have issues dear if you are coming once in every six months to keep your residence visa valid. It's your home country who checks up on that and then they can check your tax status. Depending on the country it might be a problem. If Asian countries like India etc are checking up on that then EU will definitely be a problem. It all depends your country. Those from Africa (except South Africa) have no issues with their home countries or Vietnam, Asia, Malaysia, Turkey etc have no issues. It's only high profile states have issues. Indians are the second largest group of property owners in Dubai. That is why India is looking into this. UK is number 5th. If you are from EU western high profile states then it's up to your home country.
 
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