The federal government announced the abolition of the requirement not to be absent from the country to retain the golden residence for residents who obtained it, as the conditions for residents to retain residence while outside the country were modified.
The federal government has clarified the conditions for the continued validity of the golden residency for residents while they are abroad, after it amended the conditions for the continuation of the validity of the residency while the residents are outside the country.
The new amendments came within the framework of the new system of entry and residence visas to the UAE. The new amendments include new types of residence permits for investors, as well as skilled workers, in addition to self-employees as well as all family members. The new amendments included a number of different benefits that support many sectors. .
The UAE government has set the conditions for the continued validity of the golden residency:
The government has clarified that there are 10 main types of entry visas to visit the UAE, and they come within the framework of the new visa system, and easy requirements and multiple advantages have been set for them.
Among the most important of these simplified updates were the introduction of visas without a guarantor or host, the flexibility of the visitor’s stay in the country, the ability to travel multiple times, a renewable 60-day entry permit, and a single application mechanism.
Conditions for the continued validity of the golden residency According to the new updates within the golden residency in the new system of entry and residence visas in the Emirates, the scope of beneficiaries and benefits has been expanded to include 10 renewable years in the context of attracting and retaining skilled and qualified people.
The new benefits included in the event of the death of the breadwinner who obtained the golden residency, the dependent family members may stay in the country for the duration of the residency granted to them, and the issuance of golden residency permits for foreign family members, including the spouse and children.