UAE’s new visa regime to encourage residents to stay for a longer period
The average duration spent in the UAE by residents is set to increase as the new visa regime will encourage expatriates to stay in the country for a longer period, say recruitment and HR consultants.
The UAE has introduced many new long-term residency permits including Golden Visa, Green Visa, Retirement Visa and Freelance Visa for investors, property buyers, students and professionals to attract the best talent from around the world.
Human resources industry executives noted that the time span of residents in the UAE has increased to over five years and is set to grow further as the country strengthened its position to one of the safest during the pandemic.
Nicki Wilson, managing director, Genie Recruitment, believes that having more flexible visas will encourage many individuals to stay long-term in the UAE and also allow HNWI to settle and plan their future with the UAE in mind.
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