Australian-Lebanese radio presenter Kris Fade is the most recent beneficiary of the UAE’s pined for Golden Visa.
The star of eponymous breakfast public broadcast “The Kris Fade Show” took to online media on Friday to commend the occasion.
“Really respected to get the Golden Visa from this astonishing country,” he wrote in a post on Instagram.
“Leaving Australia 12 years prior to attempt my karma in a city I didn’t know a lot about was frightening, yet as Dubai and the UAE does, it causes you to feel invited, causes you to have a sense of security,” thought back the artist, who is quite possibly the most unmistakable faces — and voices — on the neighborhood media scene.
“Much thanks to you to the UAE pioneers and their vision. This Gold Visa is the clincher (sic).”
The UAE initially presented the drawn out residency visa plot in 2019. The system empowers outsiders to live, work and study in the UAE without the need of a national support and with 100% responsibility for business on the UAE’s territory.
These visas are given for 5 or 10 years and will be restored automatically.
A year ago, it expanded the classes of callings of the individuals who are qualified for the plan.