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Three famous women have joined the list of artists who have obtained the golden residency from the Emirate of Dubai, and they are the artist Nelly Karim, the journalist Bossi Shalaby and the director Inas El-Deghidi, who expressed their happiness at obtaining the residency, as they prefer to repeat their visit to the Emirates.
The three of them said that they feel happy and joyful, with that step, and the media, Bossi Shalaby, commented that they prefer to visit Dubai, and feel comfortable and happy when visiting the Emirates, as Karim explained that she frequently visits Dubai for tourism and buying things, so she feels happy about obtaining residency.
The media, “Shalabi”, expressed, during the “Arabic ET” program, her visits to Dubai extensively, saying: “There is no place in the passport to stamp any new visa, and that is due to my frequent visits to Dubai, whether for work or tourism.” “I am happy to have obtained the residency, because this is a tribute to Arab artists.”
One of the Egyptian artists who obtained that residency was the artist, Mohamed Ramadan, last September. He said on Instagram after obtaining the residency: “Thank you, the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, may God protect him, and thank the Dubai government for the most beautiful gift of the golden visa for the United Arab Emirates. May God protect it, and preserve its rulers and dear people, trust in God, success. ”A few months ago, Mahmoud Al-Khatib, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al-Ahly Club, received the golden visa.
It is noteworthy that in 2019 the UAE implemented a long-term residence visa system, for five or ten years, which is automatically renewed, upon availability of the same conditions, for certain categories that include investors, entrepreneurs, and those with specialized talents.
This new system allows residents of the UAE, foreign expatriates and their families who wish to come to work, live and study in the country, the possibility to enjoy long-term residency without the need for an Emirati sponsor, with 100% ownership within the emirates of the country, contrary to the customary requirement that there is a local partner with a share of no less than About 51% in business and investment projects within the UAE.
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