Moving To Dubai: The Only Tips You Will Ever Need

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Dubai is one of the best cities to enjoy the real pleasure of life. Provide a calm environment to seek inner peace. But for the permanent resident, there are many things to be considered.

Dubai is the calmest and beautiful places you ever visited. Life in Dubai is full of colors and full of experiences to enjoy different things. At every footstep, there is a thrill and provide ample opportunities to learn new things with the real color of life. You know the most exciting things about Dubai is Friday brunch, skyscrapers, and the sunbath. There is strange calm in Dubai environment, and here people belong to different cultural backgrounds. This provides the opportunity to see things with different perspectives.


If you are planning to relocation in Dubai, then for this you need to know a few things. For living a routine life in Dubai, you have to create a balance between the different daily tasks. Keep the idea in your mind that there is an enormous difference between living a life in Dubai and visiting Dubai for two or three weeks.

The first thing, you should pay evident attention towards your legal documents and keep all of your documents with you and including your passport is really important. Dubai is the most bureaucratic as compared to the other parts of the world. For example, if you are married and a woman then you will enter in Dubai on your husband’s visa. His income must be more than 4000 AED.


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Apart from the legal document, residency costs a little more as there is a lack of taxation.  And food prices in Dubai are slightly higher as compared to other countries. Let me give you an estimation if you are visiting nearby market then in $40 you can get a fresh loaf, bread, milk, butter, a pound of chicken. If you rent an apartment for a month, it will cost you $1800, and prices get higher if it resides is in posh areas. To create a balance in all the things, try to note your income and expenditure. This helps to maintain a balance throughout the month, and this will make you able to save some money for the rainy days.

For the health concerns, I advise you to have health insurance even before moving to Dubai. Another thing I want to let you know that getting a job in Dubai is such a struggling phase. Sometimes you wait for six months or even for a year. Living in Dubai is a bit difficult as compared to other developed countries as they have the strictest rules to follow. But once you are accustomed to the Dubai environment, it will be a great place to live your life. 


Here’s the best part.

Another best thing about Dubai is that earnings are tax-free and there is no tax on your income. Sounds good? Dubai is an officially a Muslim city, but it welcomes the people that belong to different faiths, and the same opportunities are given to all group of people. Moreover, the door to door service is provided.

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