How do I obtain a Dubai residency permit when purchasing real estate? How much does it cost to obtain a residence permit in Dubai? How do I obtain an Emirates identity card?
If you invest in a property in Dubai from AED 750,000, you can obtain a residence permit for 2 years with the possibility of extension (Silver Investor Visa).
If the total value of all your properties in Dubai exceeds the amount of AED 2,000,000, you can obtain a residence permit for a period of 10 years with the possibility of extension. Once the visa has been obtained, you can act as a sponsor for all your family members and even for a driver or servants you wish to bring to Dubai to work for you. (Golden investor visa).
Also, for people aged 55 and over, there is a program to obtain a permanent residence visa, issued for a period of 5 years (Pension Visa). To qualify, you must own property worth at least AED 1,000,000.
There are also other types and ways of obtaining a visa: the work visa or the self-employed visa.
There are also other types and ways of obtaining a visa: the work visa or the self-employed visa. Everyone who buys a property with our help, we provide a lawyer to help with the visa application - Emirates ID . The only thing you'll need to pay is government tax.
We all know that we buy real estate in Dubai in interest-free installments, usually at the excavation stage. It's important to know that when applying for a resident visa, you must meet two conditions.
paid the amount corresponding to the threshold for obtaining the visa you need
your property must be 50% or more built (the percentage of construction completion may vary depending on the builder).
What does owning an Emirates ID card bring you? - First of all, financial freedom. You can open accounts in the Arab Emirates, get a loan, as well as a mortgage!
If you have any questions about buying property with Emirates ID, please don't hesitate to contact us.
This article was prepared by Grigory Privalov, real estate broker in Dubai.
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