Company Formation

The UAE is well-known for being one of the most financially appealing countries in the world, with a sophisticated and diversified economy, first-rate infrastructure and transportation systems, and a distinctive low tax structure.

However, one can make a mistake while starting a business, so it’s critical to receive the appropriate professional assistance and direction.

Our corporate team in Dubai offers assistance to businesses in the United Arab Emirates as they develop and flourish. Our specialists can help with a variety of services, such as company formation, accounting, corporate services, and market expansion counselling, allowing both private individuals and corporations to concentrate on growth while feeling secure that their business and personal needs are being met.

Not sure which kind of company to pick for your business?

We at Virtue will work with you to discover tailor-made solutions based on your needs.

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Free Zones are commercial locations that offer preferential tax and customs rates for trade. Free Zones were first established to promote foreign trade in the area by providing advantages like 100% foreign ownership.

Mainland Company

Businesses from the mainland are free to do transactions both domestically and abroad. Around 1000 commercial and industrial activities can now obtain a Dubai mainland licence without a local sponsor.

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Offshore Company

Offshore businesses are allowed to open bank accounts in the UAE, but they are not allowed to provide work visas or establish physical offices there. Offshore licences are frequently used as holding corporations and are primarily formed for operations in foreign countries with financial, legal, and tax advantages.

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It is crucial to comprehend the distinction between obtaining a license with a visa quota and acquiring residency in the UAE. A license with a visa quota solely covers the expenses related to a business license and visa quota, with the possibility of including a Flexi office lease in certain Freezones. However, possessing a visa quota does not automatically grant you UAE residency; additional steps must be completed. If you wish to apply for a partner/investor visa, there are supplementary costs involved. These include obtaining an immigration card, registering for E-channel (NE Only), and paying fees for visa, visa processing, medical examination and Emirates ID typing. To effectively plan your business expenses, it is imperative to ask the right questions from the beginning to avoid surprises and hidden costs.