Expatriate residents in the UAE, both employers and employees, may sponsor their families if they have a valid residency status.
Male citizens who work in the UAE can sponsor their close family members, such as their wives and children, under certain requirements, including a minimum wage of AED 4,000 or AED 3,000 plus housing.Since March 2019, an expatriate worker's occupation is no longer a criterion for sponsoring his family's visas. The UAE government changed a rule that allowed only certain professions to apply for family sponsorship visas. Now, regardless of his occupation, a foreign worker can bring his family to the UAE and sponsor their residence permits as long as he meets the 'income criteria,' which is a minimum pay requirement of AED 4,000 or AED 3,000 plus accommodation.
If the family's father lives in the UAE and meets the requirements for sponsoring his children, the mother is not permitted to do so.
After entering the UAE, a resident sponsor has 60 days to apply for his dependents' residence visa and change their status from entry permit holder to residence visa holder.
Depending on the nature of the sponsoring member's work and labour contract, as well as his position as an employee or employer, family members are granted visas for one, two, or three years.
In general, expatriate employees are granted a one-year or two-year residency visa based on their employment contract, whereas expatriate employers are granted a three-year residency visa.
Except for adult males who are pursuing their studies and sponsored parents, sponsored residents can have the same visa period as their sponsors. The resident visa is provided on an annual basis to adult men and parents, independent of the sponsor's visa period.
The circumstances are subject to change at any time. Please contact the Dubai GDRFA or the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship for more information.
Males and females over the age of 18 must attend and pass medical fitness exams at government-approved health centres in the UAE in order for the UAE to grant or renew a residence visa for family members.All visa applicants, whether applying for the first time or renewing their visa, shall be checked for two infectious diseases: HIV (through blood testing) and pulmonary tuberculosis (by taking an x-ray of their chest). Those who test positive for HIV or have tuberculosis will be deemed medically unfit and will not be granted a residency visa. The officials in the UAE will deport them immediately.
Residents with dormant or inactive tuberculosis in the lungs are also considered medically fit. They are given a one-year 'Health Fitness Certificate for Residence' in this situation, subject to treatment and follow-up by the Department of Preventive Medicine or an equivalent government health body. As a result, if you feel you are infected with a communicable disease, you should get tested in your native country first.
Several medical fitness centres may be found in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Check out the Ministry of Health and Prevention's Preventive Medicine Department's medical examination centres for residency.
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Since March 2019, an expatriate worker's occupation is no longer a criterion for sponsoring his family's visas. The UAE government changed a rule that allowed only certain professions to apply for family sponsorship visas.
Now, regardless of your occupation, a foreign worker can bring his family to the UAE and sponsor their residence permits as long as he meets the 'income criteria,' which is a minimum pay requirement of AED 4,000 or AED 3,000 plus accommodation.
The UAE’s Ministry of Finance and Collaborated Consultant Agencies like Dhanguard Safeguard’s the Investor’s Right.