he United Arab Emirates (UAE) has granted a 10-yr golden visa to the UAE for Indian tennis participant Sania Mirza and her husband, Pakistani cricket super mega celebrity Shoaib Malik.Mirja, 34, from Hyderabad, and Malik, 39, from Sialkot, Pakistan, were married in 2010 and lived in Dubai for numerous years. The famous sports activities couple has a three-yr-old son, Izhaan.
The Golden Visa was brought through the UAE authorities in 2019 as a brand new long-time period visa system. This lets expats live, work and observe withinside the UAE mainland, with 100% participation in business at the UAE mainland, without the want for authorities sponsorship. This visa is legitimate for five or 10 years and is routinely renewed.
Resolution 56 of the UAE Cabinet of Ministers on the Organization of Residence Permits allows investors (minimum AED 10 million), entrepreneurs, and professional and specialized talents. B. Apply it in science and science. Golden Visa coverage was expanded last week to include gifted students and 100,000 programmers through the National Programming Program.On Thursday, Mirza and Malik issued a brief press announced that mentioned: "Both Sania and Shoaib are excited to spend time in the UAE with their son and explore the country. They are keen on launching their own entrepreneurial venture in the sports industry starting with Dubai."
Other players with golden visas include Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Figo, as well as tennis coach Novak Djokovic. Bollywood stars Shah Rukh Khan and Sanjay Dutt received this visa in the entertainment industry.WTA singles title holder Mirza shines as a doubles player, winning 42 titles, including six Grand Slam titles. Malik is a former cricket captain from Pakistan who played 35 tests and 287 ODIs.
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