Step by step guide: Submitting your documents for 2-year property investor visa in Dubai

Step by step guide: Submitting your documents for 2-year property investor visa in Dubai

Guide for submitting your documents for 2-year property investor visa in Dubai Go to the Dubai Land Department and request a reference letter to be submitted to the Dubai Police for good conduct certificate also known as Police Clearance Certificate.If you already have an Emirates ID, you can go directly to the Dubai Police website. Once you have the good conduct certificate, take it with you along with all supportive mentioned documents to the Dubai Land Department.This will approximately take 6 to 8 working days. Usually, you would receive a text message when ready. When the approval is received, visit the Dubai Land Department again. This time, you have to apply for a trade license. This will approximately take 4 to 5 working days. Once the license is issued, visit the Dubai Land Department again and submit your original title deed (it will be replaced with a new one).Wait for approximately one working day. You should receive a text message when ready.   Once again, visit the...
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2-Year Dubai Investor Visa

2-Year Dubai Investor Visa

 2-Year Investor Visa Dubai Before you can receive a Dubai real estate investor visa you need to purchase a single property of at least 1 million AED. This will give you 2 years access to investor visa and the possibility to provide your family with a two-year sponsor visa. The investment amount of 1 million AED does not apply through a mortgage or bank loan unless its 50% of the investment amount or under. The property also needs to be livable, so an off-plan investment is not applicable. If you bought a property years ago for under 1 million AED, and its now worth 1 million AED or more, it does not qualify for the visa. Villa, townhouse, apartment, and service apartments are all applicable for the investor visa. Any commercial related properties as an office, warehouse, and even hotel room will not be accepted. If the purchase of the property is joint ownership, only one part will gain the possibility of obtaining the investor visa....
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