UAE announces remote work Visa

UAE, 23/3 (AO Bureau): The Gulf country the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Sunday announced two new visas (VISA). These include Remote Work Visa and Multiple Entry Visa. The decision regarding these two visas has been decided in the cabinet meeting chaired by the Prime Minister and Vice President of the UAE and the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Makhtoum. In this regard, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Makhtoum has given information about these visas by tweeting.

The ruler of Dubai has given information regarding the remote work visa in the tweet. He wrote, ‘In my cabinet meeting chaired by me, remote work visa has been approved in the country. Workers from all over the world are eligible to live in the UAE under this visa. From here, he can work for any company based in any other country. In another tweet, he gave information about multiple-entry tourist visas. He wrote, ‘We have also approved multiple-entry tourist visas for citizens of all countries to strengthen the effort to make the UAE a global economic capital.’

Recently, UAE has also made changes in Kafala. Under this rule, earlier workers would not be able to enter and exit Gulf countries without the permission of their company. According to this rule, they could not even change jobs without obtaining the permission of the company. But now the UAE has implemented a new Kafala sponsorship system. In such a situation, now workers will not need permission to change jobs and return to their country.

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