UAE is all set to amend law granting citizenship – Here’s what you need to get Emirati nationality
The amendments criteria revealed that it would grant citizenship to entrepreneurs, investors, professionals, and people with unique talents.
The United Arab Emirates has issued a circular to amend its laws governing citizenship. According to reports, the new proposed law will make it possible for expatriates to receive the Emirati nationality if they meet specific criteria.
The amendments criteria revealed that it would grant citizenship to entrepreneurs, investors, professionals, and people with unique talents following the terms and conditions specified.
According to a report published by Arabian Business’, the conditions for granting citizenship include the following:
1 – A person should renounce their original nationality or any other nationality he/she holds.
2 – A person must have a lawful and continuous residence in the country.
3 – Candidates must be fluent in the Arabic language.
4 – They must have a legitimate means of subsistence.
5 – He/She must have an academic qualification.
6 – Candidates be of good conduct.
7 – He/she has not been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor that violates honor or trust unless he/she is rehabilitated.
8 – Applicants must obtain security approval.
9 – They must swear an oath of allegiance to the state.
Earlier in September, the country stated the launch of the “Retire in Dubai” program. It offers resident immigrants and foreigners aged 55 and above to apply for a retirement permit to turn the UAE into a retirement destination.
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