We provide a genuine ‘customer focused’ professional company set up service to all our clients. We specialize in the following popular jurisdictions: Dubai Multi Commodity Center (DMCC), Ajman Free Zone (AFZ), Hamriyah Free Zone (HFZ), Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority Offshore (RAKIA Offshore) and ‘local’ Dubai companies.
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Being one of the most advanced, forward looking, and business oriented states in the world, the United Arab Emirates has a number of factors that makes it an attractive destination to foreign investors such as:
Federal Law No. (8) of 1984 or the Commercial Companies Law, is the law which details the rules for company incorporation in the UAE. The provisions of this law apply to commercial establishments that are either incorporated in the UAE or have their activities based in the country. The UAE Commercial Companies Law requires that each company established in the UAE have one or more UAE national partner(s) who hold at least 51% of the company's capital. Companies established in Free Zones, which are governed by special rules and regulations related to special economic zones are exempt from the provisions of this law.
A Free Zone is a clearly defined area located in the UAE with a special legal, customs and imports regime, with a status of extraterritoriality.
This greatly depends on the jurisdiction and the business activity that you choose. We currently incorporate companies in a Free Zone jurisdiction in which you can receive your business license in as little as 2 business days.
Streamlined and investor friendly process and procedures make free zones a preferred option for foreign investors. In addition to the aforementioned, the benefits of setting up in a free zone are the following:
Any person whose residence visa is issued from a Free Zone is allowed to reside anywhere in the UAE.
Yes, your company may conduct business outside of the UAE without restriction, provided it is legal. If you wish to trade within the UAE (known as “Onshore”) there are two main methods for doing so. The first one is to trade directly with an LLC company that has an import/export license. As part of the terms of trade they would need to clear any goods through customs. Secondly, you may enter into an agreement with a logistics company that would clear the goods and deliver them to the mainland. For services companies wishing to provide services to a company outside the free zone, the general rule is that the services must be provided within the Free zone. There are certain exceptions, such as recruitment services where stricter rules apply.
An offshore company is a firm which is incorporated in an offshore jurisdiction (such as RAKIA) and pays no tax in that jurisdiction. It is not allowed to do business within the United Arab Emirates but can do business worldwide, open bank accounts, and conduct all legal enterprise activities it is licensed to do.
Individuals and corporate entities interested in minimization of costs and/or tax liabilities incorporate an offshore company. Clients include high net worth individuals, international traders, entrepreneurs, and property owners.
No residence visas are issued for an offshore company