I have been an expat nearly all my life. I was born in Edinburgh, Scotland but my early years were spent on the Caribbean Island of Trinidad. As a family, we relocated back to the UK for a few years but the call of expat life was never too far away and we once again relocated this time to Hong Kong. I returned to Scotland to finish my education and attend University where I met my husband who had also been an expat child and after a few years of doing the 9 to 5 job in the UK we returned to Hong Kong, moved to the Philippines and then 15 years ago ended up in Dubai.
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Should bring both of parents, otherwise attested death/divorce certificate or any other reason to be submitted. Such certificate must be attested from UAE Embassy in home country and Foreign Affairs in UAE.
Parent(s) should be in UAE on Visit/Tourist visa while applying residence visa for them. This condition may be exempted if parent(s) had visited UAE before
It is not allowed to combine between the parents and parents-in-law, means should choose either parents or parents-in-law. Read more
I will arrive in Dubai at the end of November to join my husband who is working here.
I am French and as you can read (!) I need to improve my English and I would like to know if you can give me 2 or 3 names of English classes in Dubai (Downtown). I have already contacted the British Council but I would like to have other addresses to compare offers and prices… Read more
It was great to come a cross this web page after so many days of confusion in how to apply to universities in UK an USA. Being an expat as you know has its own complications, let alone applying for universities in other countries. I am a second year pharmacy student in Sharjah University wanting to apply for for PharmD course in UK Or USA. Read more