PRO Services in Dubai

Dubai PRO Services

Establishing a company in the UAE can be complex for those unfamiliar with the market. When using a government liaison and PRO services Dubai can be a more managable place to setup in. These services include provessing documents, visa appliations, labour cards, approvals, and licencing, all with government departments and regulatory bodies. PRO Partner Group's PRO service provides a reliable and efficient solution to businesses and individuals alike.

About PRO Services in Dubai

Every company in the UAE requires the services of a Government Liaison Officer, otherwise known as a Public Relations Officer or PRO. PRO services refer to all activities related to processing governmental documents and paperwork, such as visa applications, labour cards, and company trade licencing documentation and approvals. As one of the leading business formation and support providers in Dubai, PRO Partner Group offers a range of PRO services, providing a reliable and cost-effective solution to individuals and companies.

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Most Common PRO Services

PRO Partner Group, as a company, can act as the Government Liaison Officer (PRO) for Companies and their staff.

The most common requirements for PRO services in Dubai include:

  • Resident and Employee Visa
  • Labour and Immigration Cards
  • Labour Quota applications
  • Investor Visas
  • Family Visas
  • Green Visas
  • Mission Visas
  • Golden Visas
  • Retirement Visa
  • Offshore & Security Passes (CICPA)
  • Emirates ID Cards
  • Company and Branch formation
  • Annual Licence renewals and updates
  • Changes to Trade Licences, transfers
  • Regulatory approvals and NOC letters
  • Notarisation of Legal Documents
  • Company Secretarial Services
  • Payroll & WPS

How can we help?

Our team keeps clients fully informed and up-to-date with the progress of their applications, leading to honest, transparent and long-term working relationships. Our services are among the most competitive within Abu Dhabi and the UAE, which enables our clients to comply with local regulations while also keeping their costs down only to what is essential. Whether you are a new entrepreneur setting up your first company, or an established corporation building an office branch, we will guide you through the processes and ensure you meet all relevant requirements on time.

Why Your Company Needs PRO Services

First and foremost, many of the activities which constitute PRO services are legal requirements for all companies and employees. Ensuring that the processes are dealt with correctly and in a timely manner reduces the risk of any unnecessary fines or similar detrimental consequences for the business.

Despite the obvious legal consequences, failure to carry out these activities can also have an unfavourable impact on a number of different factors outside of the business too. For instance, in order to legally work in the UAE, every employee must obtain a resident visa and a work permit, which is also required in order to open a bank account, sign a residential lease, connect to utilities such as electricity, and obtain an Emirates ID.

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PRO Services in Dubai - FAQs
How do I get an Emirates ID card?

If you are a UAE Citizen or hold a residence visa you eligible to apply for an Emirates ID at one of the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (FAIC) customer centres located throughout the UAE or online through the FAIC website. For first time applications you will be required to attend the FAIC in order to submit your biometrics and have your photograph taken as part of the process. Once the application is processed and the relevant fees have been paid it takes approximately 5-7 working days for the card to be issued. The card can be collected from your local Emirates Post office where you will be required to present your passport and EID application form.

What documents to I need to process my UAE residency visa?

Passport copy - must have more than 6 months validity and at least 2 blank pages

Photo - head and shoulders, no eyeglasses, white background, high resolution and colour

Attested education certificate - if required for job title - must be attested in the country of issuance for use in the UAE and further attested in the UAE at MOFA

Tourist visa copy/entry stamp if applicant is inside the UAE

Previous visa/EID/cancellation docs if the applicant has previously held a visa in the UAE

Nationals of Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan will also need to provide a copy of their national ID card

DHA/HAAD approved health insurance - required in order for the visa to be completed and stamped in the passport

How do I sponsor my family in the UAE?

In order for a male to sponsor his immediate family (wife and children) they will need to have a valid employment visa with a suitable designation and a minimum salary of AED4,000 per month. A female can sponsor her immediate family (husband and children) if she has a valid employment visa and the designation is either engineer, teacher, doctor, nurse or any other profession related to the medical sector. She is required to have a minimum monthly salary of AED 10,000 per month.

There are also certain documents that will be required in order to process the family visas, including attested marriage and birth certificates, a notarised tenancy contract and a salary certificate. We can assist with family visa applications and would be happy to discuss the full process and document requirements upon request.

How do I apply for a labour quota so I can apply for my new employee visa?

You can apply for the labour quota application through the Tasheel portal or Tasheel offices across the country. You'd need to specify the amount, gender, and professions of your candidates for your Quota application. Please be advised however that the requested professions would need to be compatible with your license activities.

For applying the quota you'd require a copy of your trade license along with translated project contracts that show your need for the amount required. Your office will be also inspected by Taqyeem which is a department from MOHRE to evaluate your office if it fills the requirement for your Quota.

You can always contact us at PRO Partner Group for further assistance and to help advise you on suitable job titles that suit your needs and compatible with MOHRE.

What are the steps to obtain an Employment Visa in the UAE?
  1. Prepare JO/LC
  2. Employee to Sign and Thumbprint JO/LC
  3. Signed JO Submission to MOL for approval
  4. MOL approve JO
  5. Pay Worker's Insurance and Labour Fees
  6. Apply employment visa
  7. Immigration approve employment visa
  8. Apply change of status
  9. Immigration approve change of status
  10. Employee Attends Medical Test
  11. Medical Report Forwarded to MOI
  12. Employee Attends Tawjeeh Training
  13. LC submitted to MOL for approval
  14. MOL approve LC
  15. Labour Card shared for WPS
  16. Health Insurance *
  17. Apply Visa Stamping (EID is applied at this time*)
  18. Employee Attends biometrics for EID*
  19. Immigration approve visa
  20. Employee downloads visa copy from ICP
  21. EID issued

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