19 Jul 2023

Your Guide to Corporate Immigration in the UAE

Authored by: Rachel Hill

We are pleased to announce that our Employment Team has recently authored the UAE chapter of the Chambers Corporate Immigration 2023 Global Practice Guide, providing comprehensive insights into the country's latest developments in immigration law.

In this ever-evolving global landscape, staying up-to-date with immigration regulations is vital for businesses and individuals alike. Our team has diligently researched and compiled the most current information, ensuring that the UAE chapter of the guide is an indispensable resource for employers, HR professionals, immigration advisors and individuals navigating the UAE immigration landscape.

The UAE is known for its thriving economy, diverse talent pool, and welcoming environment for expatriates. As the country continues to attract international talent and investments, it is crucial to have a thorough understanding of the immigration policies, procedures, and best practices. This guide offers valuable insights into visa categories, work permits, residency requirements, compliance obligations and other key considerations.

Get your hands on the guide here:

  • Please click here to download the pdf version; or
  • View the guide online here

And please reach out to our Employment team for any queries you might have.

This article originally appeared in Chambers Corporate Immigration 2023 Global Practice Guide with thanks to Chambers & Partners. Download the full guide here: https://practiceguides.chambers.com/practice-guides/corporate-immigration-2023


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