REGISTRATION OF DUBAI or RAK FREE ZONE COMPANY WITH 100% Foreign Owner/s
Benefits of UAE Tax Residency
- Confirmed tax residency in UAE which imposes no income or corporate taxes
- Excellent network of Double Tax Treaties
- Strategic location on the trade routes of East and West
- World class logistics and IT infrastructure
- Distinguished and unique life style
- Excellent educational institutions
- A chance to obtain visa for all your family
- You earn the right to move freely in the Gulf States
- Vast horizon of business opportunities for your business
The most popular packages are as follows:
ONE SHAREHOLDER/ONE VISA COMPANY with UAE Bank Account: This type of company can be formed only by one shareholder, either an individual (a person) or a non-individual (a company) and only one visa can be applied for.
Set up Price: from £14,000
TWO SHAREHOLDERS/TWO VISA COMPANY with UAE Bank Account: This type of company can be formed by a minimum of two or more partners. The partners can be individuals (people), non-individuals (companies) or combination of individuals and companies.
The price quoted is for two shareholders and two visas, however additional visas can be quoted separately.
Set up Price: from £15,500
NOT INCLUDED: Residential address for the shareholders. If you do not wish to spend time in UAE and rent or buy a residential address for the shareholders – it is possible to secure a proof of address for the purpose of the banks only. This is an additional cost, but cheaper than renting or purchasing a property in the UAE.
Our UAE team will handle your questions and your structuring direct, they will also hold your hand throughout the applications and visits to UAE.
As there are definitive steps that have to be taken in succession and cannot be applied for in tandem, ie; Company has to be formed before the Immigration process can commence, therefore more than one visit to UAE will be required to complete both the company registration and the application for the Visas. We recommend two visits, the first for 2 to 3 working days, followed by a 3 week gap and then a further visit of 5 to 7 working days.
Please be aware that if your trips coincide with religious holidays these time frames may need to be adjusted.
Alternatively one visit of 3 to 4 weeks will cover the process.