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does anyone know what the residency rules are if we ran our company (software provision) from a free zone, but spent most of our time outside of Dubai. many thanks
 
Dubai
 
Posted by Lowtax user on May 20, 2013 at 07:35
 

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The case needs some information. 1)Company incorporated under Law of - 2) Sales or Agreements with closing where: In Europe or outside - 3) Clients in Europe or outside - 4) Clients: final or resellers - 5) b2b / b2c - 6) bank of the Company: where - 7) tax returns in which Country presented - .
Afterward we may go forward
 
Posted by Lowtax User on May 20, 2013 at 19:28
 

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Dear could you send me more détails: vincent.principato@gmail.com
 
Posted by Lowtax User on May 21, 2013 at 12:04
 

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This case needs no kind of further information, especially not according to this investigation list from robertogallo19.

In a huge selection of UAE Free Zones, in various Emirates (States) of the UAE (Federation), it is feasible to incorporate companies with the activity Software Provision.
The so called eligibility for residence visa depends in most cases from the size of office facilities teh licensee did rentz inside the free zone.
Rules of thumb:
Virtual desk allows 1 visa
Physical offices allow 1 visa per 3sqm office space
(may vary from free zone to free zone)

The UAE residency contains only ONE restriction:
If you remain longer than 6 months OUTSIDE the UAE, the residency expires automatically.

The other way round explained:
An UAE residency requires entries over the UAE border 2 times per year.
It doesn't matter, how long you stay inside UAE after the entry. Theoretically you can fly to Dubai, go through Passport Contrl, get your entry stamp in the passport, drink a coffee in Starbucks at Arrivals, make a U-turn, check in for the next flight back home, go through Passort Control, get your exit stamp - and fly out again.

Regards
Martin Kraeter
 
Posted by Lowtax User on May 23, 2013 at 14:59
 

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This case needs no kind of information like asked before!
Visa eligibilty in UAE Free Zones depends from the size of rented office facilities, starting with virtual desks.

Only rule for residencies is:
If you stay longer than 6 months OUTSIDE the UAE, your residency expires.

Means:
UAE residency requires in the minimum 2 presences per year :-)
 
Posted by Lowtax User on May 23, 2013 at 15:10
 

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