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Expanding to the UAE

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So, your wanting to expand to the UAE, do you understand the complex documentation that needs to be provided when setting up or expanding a company in the UAE? Well, we do!

Expanding your company can be a daunting task, especially when you are trying to expand to another country halfway across the globe with no understanding of the legal requirements set in place to accept your company’s documentation.

A shocking 90% of companies wanting to expand to the UAE do not realise the vast amount of legalisation that is required before they can finalise setting up their company, the UAE is a country that has very strict requirements with documentation, each guideline has to be met without fail, there are no ways getting around it.

We offer a full legalisation service to complete the relevant documentation required by the UAE to ensure all documentation is submitted correctly without fail to ensure your company can be finalised as soon as possible.

Why the UAE?

With British goods and services held in high regard, there are plenty of reasons for expanding a business in UAE. Dubai is an attractive tourist destination and with its continuing expansion, there are still infrastructure opportunities to be had. With expertise in areas such as desalination and healthcare required, In addition to the industrial expansion, Coupled with the absence of corporate and income tax, personal income taxes, no foreign exchange controls, and 100% repatriation of capital and profits, the United Arab Emirates is a promising market. Licensing or incorporating a business in UAE are also valuable options.


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