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Florian

Florian

In Dubai since 2012, I love this mixed and amazing city ! So much to see, to do and to dream about ! 

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Ready to come to Dubai with your Husband ? Following your husband requires going through a legal procedure. It takes sometimes, but it is mandatory to legally stay in Dubai. It’s possible while being sponsored by your husband to get a job. You can work legally as long as the company provides you a labor card / work permit. Otherwise, you risk penalties or deportation. Tips: If you need help to move to Dubai, our team can help us !  To know when following your husband to Dubai  1# Husband's sponsor Your husband needs to sponsor you. In order to do it, he must have a monthly salary of at least AED 4,000. If the company provides him with accommodation, minimum salary can be of AED 3,000. 2# Maximum Visas Your husband is entitled to sponsor only one wife for a residence visa. 3# Minimum Age In some cases, a wife younger than 25 years...
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Ready to open a company in Dubai ? Over the years, Dubai has started to attract the eyes of individuals including investors and other business moguls across the world because of its rapid economic growth and the way business activities flow in the country. Creating a company in Dubai is one of the most important steps to take when you want to set up your own business, because Dubai offers lots of opportunities for foreign investors. With this development, you need to take into cognizance of various factors associated with business start up in Dubai in order to avoid problems that would bring set back in your business. Tips: We can help you to open your company in Dubai  What to consider when creating a company in Dubai 1# Get a local sponsor If you are planning to set up your own company in Dubai then you should seek the assistance... Continue reading
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Dubai Job Salaries by Categories In Dubai, salaries are paid in UAE dirhams – AED – and the amount are dependable on qualifications, experience, employment history, employee nationality and other factors. Tips: check our directory of all Dubai website Here are some relevant examples for average monthly salaries in Dubai, as they are on specific categories: Factory and Manufacturing -  16,000 AED /month Legal -  30,250 AED /month Real Estate / Management -  31,668 AED /month Sales -  [14,438 - 30,000] AED /month Administration / Reception / Secretarial -  7,992 AED /month Marketing -  [17,200 -  20,492] AED /month Engineer - [17,000 - 110,000] AED /month Protecting Workers in Dubai The workers in Dubai are protected by the Labor Law, which is a federal legislation that is applicable to all emirates of the UAE to all staff and employees who work in the Emirates, regardless of whether they are nationals or expatriates. The Labor Law covers all the...
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Know the trick before signing a employment contract Dubai is one of best, if not the best place to start a career. It provides a rich environment for people who are looking to start their journey toward a better life. However, It is important to know you rights before signing a contract in Dubai. UAE Labor law regulates the relationship between the employer and the employee. The law, which is a federal legislation, is applicable to everyone working in Dubai. It covers every aspect of employment contracts which include compensation, penalties, code of discipline, termination of contracts…etc. Here are some of the things everyone should consider before signing a contract in Dubai. Tips: Not sure ? Check the official Dubai website  Employment contract When signing an employment contract, ensure that the contract documents include the date of commencement of the contract, type of contract able to define the type of contract...
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Better to know the Dubai Laws before coming ! Although there are many law and decrees guiding the relationship of tenants and landlords, these laws can be subjected to change. However, there are some essential things you need to know to preserve your right as a tenant. Here are some important tips that can help you in your search for accommodation. Info: check our official website list Know the law that governs the landlord and the tenants in Dubai Become aware of the laws governing the relationship between landlords and the tenants. Law no. 26 of 2007 and law no. 33 of 2008 -which is the amendment of the former- are laws that guide you through settlement of any problem that might occur between landlords and tenants. These laws deal with the right and obligation of tenants in relation to their tenancy contract. Know your obligations in relation to tenancy contract...
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