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Obtaining a freelance visa in Dubai allows you to operate in your personal capacity in the UAE and legally provide professional services to clients. Many UAE Free Zones issue freelancer licences, such abtaining a freelance visa in Dubai allows you to operate in your personal capacity in the UAE and legally provide profnal services to clients. Many UAE Free Zones issue freelancer licences, such as

  • Dubai Internet City
  • Dubai Knowledge Park
  • Dubai Media City
  • Alman Free Zone
  • Fujairah Creative City Free Zone
  • Ras Al Khaimah Economic Free Zone

Freelance licences are available at affordable rates, allowing to work across a wide array of business activities, ranging from consultancy, events management, & education, to film production, media and entertainment. A freelance visas in Dubai registered under three sectors:

How much does a Freelance Visa cost?

The cost of a freelance visa or licence depends on the free zone where you will register. Freelance licence packages start from AED 7,500 per year. However, additional costs may apply if you need a freelancer visa under the Dubai Development Authority. This is valid for three years & is renewable every three years, including an immigration card & insurance. If you are sponsored by a parent or a spouse, you do not need to cancel your residence visa. The price for a freelance permit varies from AED 10,000 to AED 20,000 & depends on factors such as whether need a 1-year or 3-year visa & need a UAE residence visa or an operational permit to work legally as a sole practitioner in the UAE.

Getting your Freelance visa in Dubai

To obtain a freelancer visa, you need to submit the following documents:

  • Updated application form
  • Passport copy
  • Passport-size photo
  • Updated curriculum vitae (CV)
  • Academic certificates attested by the UAE Consulate or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Two professional references (with contact details)
  • Work offer or a letter of intent (detailing your personal/professional background and work experience)
  • No Objection Certificate (NOC) from your sponsor (if required)

The concerned free zone authority will review your application, documents and references.

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