Do you want to mix business with pleasure in Dubai? With a new one-year virtual working programme, you can live and work by the beach – and enjoy daily sunshine in one of the most dynamic cities in the world.
The new programme gives you the freedom to come to Dubai, bring your family, work remotely all while remaining employed in your home country.
Why work remotely in Dubai?
Dubai is a connected city with a strong digital infrastructure. It’s also one of the safest places in the world, with a blend of cultures from around the globe.
With sandy beaches, incredible dining and world-class entertainment, you’re offered a great quality of life and a range of attractions – with world-class safety and hygiene measures.
You will also have access to convenient facilities and resources to help you further your career or grow your business.
Work culture has changed. Many of us don’t need to share an office with our colleagues or employer – so why stay at home when you can work from Dubai? Take a look at some of the experiences on offer in Dubai.
How does it work?
Your virtual working programme is valid 1 year.
It costs US$287 plus medical insurance with valid UAE coverage and processing fee per person.
You get access to all required services, including telecoms, utilities, and schooling options.
You connect to a global hub and a skilled workforce, composed of 200+ nationalities.
What are the steps?
Applicants will need the following:
Passport with minimum 6 months validity
Health insurance with UAE coverage validity
Proof of Employment from current employer with a one-year contract validity, a minimum of US$5,000 per month salary, last months’ payslip and 3 preceding months’ bank statements
- Or, if a company owner, then proof of ownership of company for one year or more, with an average monthly income of US$5,000 per month and 3 preceding months’ bank statements
*Payment of processing fee does not guarantee approval of application
How safe is Dubai?
Dubai is fully committed to following all guidelines and measures, ensuring your family's health is our top priority.
Tourism has reopened in Dubai thanks to safety and hygiene management across the city – with open access to hotels, restaurants, theme parks, beaches and shopping malls.
Dubai was awarded a ‘Safe Travels’ stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC). This recognises the emirate’s work to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Dubai has also introduced the ‘Dubai Assured’ stamp to certify establishments that have implemented all necessary health protocols.
We are uniquely positioned to offer both a safe and dynamic lifestyle, with a positive work-life balance.
The city, widely regarded as a leading entrepreneurial hub, also boasts a wealth of top co-working spaces, offering flexible packages ranging from hour-long meeting rooms through to weekly, monthly or quarterly bookings.
Dubai does not levy income tax on individuals.