Abu Dhabi nurses have been granted a golden visa in the UAE. Many Malayalis, working in private and public hospitals, have been granted 10-year visas. The authorities announced in April that golden visas would be issued to health workers. According to reports, golden visas have been issued to health sector lab technicians.
Golden visas have been granted to prominent people, investors, doctors and other notable individuals in different fields. They were also given to artistic talents and students of academic excellence. Malayalis living in UAE will benefit greatly from a golden visa for nurses. Malayalis make up a large portion of UAE nurses.
Nurses Who Got Golden VISA
Anumol, from Kottayam Uzhavoor, who works at Abu Dhabi NMC Royal Hospital Khalifa City, and Sunil Joseph, from Kottayam Athirampuzha, who work at Abu Dhabi NMC Specialisty Hospital, received a golden visa today (Wednesday). Anumol, who is a UAE resident for two years, learned that he was granted a 10-year visa after he applied to renew the visa. Anumol Manorama said that he discovered that he had a golden visa when he checked the AACP UAE smart application. We hope to receive the Emirates AAD with Visa as soon as possible. Anumol, the daughter of a baby-showy family, completed her nursing studies at Josco College of Nursing in Alappuzha. Anumol stated that he was happy to receive the 10-year visa.
Sunil Joseph has worked at NMC Specialty hospital for 13 years. When I applied for visa renewal, I was granted a golden visa. This was made possible by the AACP. Sunil, who had previously worked in Pune for two years, completed his nursing studies at Gulbarga in Karnataka. Manju Mathew is his wife and a nurse in Abu Dhabi. Children: Angela Sunil, Ivan Sunil.
Mohanlal and Mammootty made Golden Visa a star
The UAE Golden Visa was made famous in India by the Golden Visa being granted to Mammootty (Malayalam film star) and Mohanlal (Malayalam film star). Many artists, including young actors, were granted golden visas.
In 2019, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of UAE and Prime Minister of Dubai, announced that visas would be granted to 6,500 foreign investors in the first phase. Sheikh Mohammad stated that this decision was made to bring together the best people and aid in the country’s growth. The authorities announced that a golden visa would be granted to students who have achieved outstanding results in recent studies.
Many nurses from the UAE have fled for Europe and other countries in recent years due to a lack of work. The golden visa is expected to open the door to more nurses and healthcare professionals coming to the UAE. https://m.facebook.com/newsgulfapp/