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Expatriates, who hold valid partner, investor , employee visa in UAE, can sponsor the following family members:

  • Wife.
  • Sons, who are under 18 years old.
  • Unmarried daughters.
  • Parents

Individual Expat working in private and public sector should have a monthly salary in order to sponsor their family. Residency visas must be renewed upon expiry, it is also duly noted that staying outside the UAE for more than 6 months consecutively will result in the cancellation of the residency.

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Required Documents

  • For sponsoring your spouse, marriage certificate attested by your home country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the UAE’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • If you are sponsoring your children, original birth certificates of children attested by the relevant authorities.
  • Copy of valid passport of family members. The passport needs to be valid for at least 6 months.
  • Passport-sized photograph. NOTE: For visa and Emirates ID applications, the photograph needs to be taken on a white background, with ears, forehead to chin completely visible.
  • A copy of your registered tenancy contract
  • If you are sponsoring your parents, you need to have at least a two-bedroom flat and a minimum salary of AED 20,000 a month.
  • If a woman is sponsoring her husband, the husband’s passport copy will also be required.

Adding Newly born to UAE Residency

  • Expatriates can also add their newborn children into the residency. If the child was born in UAE, a birth certificate should be submitted along with the application, which should be processed within 120 days from the date of birth.

Dependant Visa Dubai: Rules and Expenses

There are many benefits for starting a business in the UAE that may seem unbelievable to any foreign investor. It is one of the most exciting corporate landscapes in the world with the most business potential and the most luxurious life.

You can benefit from a tax free (0%) situation on corporate and personal income and trade from the UAE’s strategic location in the middle of one of the world’s largest and most unlimited potential markets. Not only that, but you can also enjoy a lot of personal benefits.

With special consideration, as the owner of a UAE business, you are welcome to live and work comfortably in the UAE. Dubai is one of the safest places to live in, in every sense of the world. In addition, more than 80% of Dubai’s population is expatriates, so you will never be alone.

As a prestigious holder of a UAE visa, you have the exclusive right to sponsor the visas of others. This can be a life partner (wife/husband), parents, child or a domestic worker like a house keeper.

Although the visa process is time-tested and built for simplicity, it is a good idea to partner with any experts (especially those like the Business Incorporation Zone – BIZ) to ensure easy service without the hassle.

We can liaise with all government agencies and control the entire process on your behalf. Still need to know about dependent Visas in UAE, continue reading to find such things.

How to get a Dependent Visa in Dubai?

There are no specific procedures for applying for a dependent Visa in the UAE, just the same procedure as applying for your own (visa application formalities). In this case too, just like an individual visa, there are eligibility criteria that all applicants must meet.

To ensure that anyone who is a prestigious holder of a UAE visa can support their dependents, they must meet the minimum wage criteria to enter in to dependent visa matters. Currently, men working in the UAE can sponsor their immediate family members, such as wife and children, if they have a minimum wage of 4000 dirhams or 3000 dirhams and accommodation.

When applying for a spouse visa in Dubai, or indeed any other dependent visa in the UAE, you must provide several relevant pieces of documentation. This may include:

  • A copy of your company license
  • Birth certificate
  • Colour copy of passport of sponsor and dependant
  • Emirates ID card copy of sponsor
  • Marriage certificate
  • Salary certificate of sponsor
  • UAE residence visa copy of sponsor
  • Visa application