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Visa Requirements for Abu Dhabi

To obtain a residence visa to work as an expat in Abu Dhabi is pretty straightforward for individuals who have already been offered a job in the country. The company that you are employed by will usually complete the documents for you to enter the country as they are legally sponsoring you to live there. It is required that individuals living in Abu Dhabi should not earn less than Dh.4000 a month.

A family can be sponsored when moving to Abu Dhabi provided that another family member sponsors them throughout their residency. Documents proving the relationship between family members must be proved in the form of birth certificates and marriage certificates.

A residency visa lasts for three years and it will need to be shown to prospective landlords when finding somewhere to live and also to set up a bank account within the country.

Before applying for visas to live in Abu Dhabi, a medical health card should be obtained proving that you are fit to live in the country. ID cards are slowly being introduced into the country with the aim of cutting down on fraud. All residents whether they are expats or not will be required to carry one, but it will also cut down on carrying around health and labour cards.

To obtain a residence visa to work in Abu Dhabi is pretty straightforward for individuals who have already been offered a job in the country. The company that you are employed by will usually complete the documents for you to enter the country as they are legally sponsoring you to live there. It is required that individuals living in Abu Dhabi should not earn less than Dh.4000 a month.

A family can be sponsored when moving to Abu Dhabi provided that another family member sponsors them throughout their residency. Documents proving the relationship between family members must be proved in the form of birth certificates and marriage certificates.

A residency visa lasts for three years and it will need to be shown to prospective landlords when finding somewhere to live and also to set up a bank account within the country.

Before applying for visas to live in Abu Dhabi, a medical health card should be obtained proving that you are fit to live in the country. ID cards are slowly being introduced into the country with the aim of cutting down on fraud. All residents whether they are expats or not will be required to carry one, but it will also cut down on carrying around health and labour cards.

 

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