Sheikh Mohammad launches permanent residency system in the UAE, benefits 6,800 investors in the first batch

Dubai: The UAE has just added another feather to its cap with the launch of a permanent residency system dubbed the “Golden Card”, granting a long-lasting residency for investors, exceptional professionals in various areas including medicine, engineering, and science.

His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Tuesday launched the permanent residency system. The first batch of beneficiaries will include 6,800 investors whose total investments exceed Dh100 billion.

On his twitter page, Shaikh Mohammad said: “Today, we have launched the permanent residency system- ‘Golden Card’. The Golden Card will be granted for distinguished individuals, exceptional talents and anyone who contributes positively to the success story of the UAE. We want them to be permanent partners going hand in hand with us in our journey. All residents in the UAE are our brothers and part of our great family in the UAE”.

The permanent residency “Golden Card” will be granted to exceptional talents and everyone who positively contributes to the success story of the UAE. We want them to be permanent partners in our journey. Residents are an indispensable part of our country.— HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) May 21, 2019

We launched a new “Golden Card” system to grant permanent residency to investors and exceptional doctors, engineers, scientists and artists. The first batch of 6,800 investors with Dh100 billion worth of investments will be granted the “Golden Card.”— HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) May 21, 2019

Source: Gulf News

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