You can purchase a professional / service license and a full range of services together for a minimum of AED 14,500 *. This includes transaction licenses, name approvals, initial approvals, LSA notary fees, company stamps, their fees, service fees, complete documentation, free legal entity establishment advice, and dedicated consultants. With an additional AED 4,000 *, you can obtain immigration card, investor visa, status change, Emirates ID, visa stamp, office sustainability contract, office solution, work visa assignment, bank account support, free VAT registration and tax advice.
CZAR’s 25,500 AED * equivalent comprehensive commercial license package includes transaction licenses, name and initial registration fees, service fees, company stamps, essential articles of incorporation/certification fees, immigration cards, investor visas, Emirates ID, Medical testing, status changes, visa stamps, office sustainability contracts, office solutions, work visa assignments, bank account support, free VAT registration and tax advice.
By establishing a company in the mainland of the United Arab Emirates, you can trade freely and expand seamlessly nationwide.
Depending on the nature of your business, you may or may not need to work with Emirati. For example, in Dubai, about 1,100 of the 2,300 cross-sectoral activities, including trade and manufacturing licensed by the Department of Economic Development, no longer require local sponsors. However, in Abu Dhabi, investors need to work with Emirati sponsors to build much of their trading activity.
If your business does not require special official approval, please have the following documents ready:
To be incorporated on the mainland, you need to complete the following methods:
There must be at least 3 options
Based on your budget, consider whether your customers and employees have access to the office.
You can open your business in one of the free zones on the mainland of Dubai.
You can have a 100% sole proprietor
The application must include a copy of all partner passports, NOCs, permits from relevant authorities and more.
Obtain your trade license from the Department of Economic Development
CZAR’s team of company formation experts comprises well-connected public relation officers, lawyers, accountants, tax consultants, and corporate advisors with extensive knowledge of the operational framework in the UAE. They help you every step of the way, ensuring a hassle-free and quick business setup journey.
Public relation officers, popularly known as PROs, are well-versed in the administrative policies, regulations, and laws laid down by the UAE government. Their daily dealings with various government authorities have enabled them to develop a strong rapport with the government officials, thus allowing them to get things done quickly and efficiently. Understanding the need for corporate services, such as license and visa renewals post company formation, CZAR extends a range of PRO service packages that any UAE company can avail.