Conseguir la visa de trabajo

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Conseguir la visa de trabajo

Mensajepor Dalamar » 28 May 2012 17:32

Una vez que te han ofrecido un trabajo, necesitas conseguir el visado de trabajo, actualmente el proceso requiere traducir tu titulo académico en un traductor jurado, llevarlo al ministerio de educación y al de asuntos exteriores para ser validado, obtener un sello en la embajada de Emiratos y una vez en el país tienes que pasar un checkeo medico que incluye pruebas de HIV, Hepatitis y otras enfermedades varias.

Al entrar al país te tomaran las huellas dactilares de todos los dedos e incluso de las palmas de las manos, así como fotos de las pupilas.

Cuando has pasado estos requisitos te darán una tarjeta que es el Emirates ID y te pondrán un visado en el pasaporte que normalmente es valido por 3 años.

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Re: Conseguir la visa de trabajo

Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Feb 2013 11:59

Expatriate workers make up about 80 percent of the UAE’s population of 8m.
Overstaying a residence visa usually incurs a fine of AED25 (US$7) per day, which must be paid before being allowed to leave the country.
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Re: Conseguir la visa de trabajo

Mensajepor Dalamar » 24 Jul 2013 10:43

Tambien te pueden largar si pillas algo...

A 61-year-old Indian expat, who has lived in Dubai for more than 40 years, has been detained in quarantine and is set to be deported after he failed a tuberculosis (TB) test while applying for a new residency visa, it was reported.

“I have been living here since 1970 and all my life I’ve been working legally with a valid residency visa and I have been for a medical check-up for visa requirements many times,” Akbar Ali, who is being held in quarantine at Al Muhaisnah medical centre, told the Gulf News daily newspaper.

Ali, whose son and daughter were born in Dubai, cancelled his work visa when the cargo company he worked for closed and travelled to India with his family for a five days. He returned to Dubai and applied for an investor visa as he planned to set up his own company.

As part of the visa application he was given an X-ray test. Doctors said they suspected he may have old TB scars but he was still issued with a medical fitness certificate.

Three days later, he was told to return to Al Muhaisnah medical centre where he was given a TB examination by doctors. He was subsequently detained by security guards, taken into quarantine and is currently awaiting deportation.

“The doctors said that I have old scars on my lungs and that they suspect I had TB when I was born... I went for several medical check-ups and I’m fit and healthy... I do not know what to do and what will happen to me. I have lived here most of my life,” he was quoted as saying by Gulf News.

A medical spokesperson at the clinic confirmed the Indian expat is suspected of having TB scars and he will stay in quarantine until he is deported.
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Re: Conseguir la visa de trabajo

Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Mar 2015 08:53

UAE named among top destinations for world's rich list
Gulf state saw more than 10,000 investor visa applications from millionaires over past decade, says study


La visa de inversor se consigue por tener una o varias propiedades con un precio total de 1 millon de Dirhams (250 mil euros - 272 mil dolares).
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