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Abu Dhabi Free Zones Might Be Getting Entrepreneur Visas

Your dream of starting your business in Abu Dhabi might soon become a reality

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1 November 2017

Last updated on 2 November 2017
Abu Dhabi Free Zones Might Be Getting Entrepreneur Visas

Entrepreneurs might soon be able to start or move their business to Abu Dhabi with considerable more ease. The Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) said on Monday, October 23rd that they are in discussion with the Abu Dhabi government to exclusively issue visas for entrepreneurs and start-ups.

As ADGM is a free zone, the visas will be valid for three-years although it seems like these visas will be limited to ADGM’s members only.

According to ADGM’s CEO of the Registration Authority, will any member of ADGM be able to apply for an entrepreneur visa.

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ADGM is an international financial centre for local, regional and international institutions. They helps create a business-friendly environment that follows international best practices and supports members with setting up and running a successful business.

Even though it might be limited, taking this step will help entrepreneurs and start-ups get their visas and start operations much easier than before.

According to Saeed Amidi, CEO of Plug and Play are entrepreneurs facing a lot of challenges because of visas.

 
 
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