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About Emirates Free Zones

As Emirates / UAE is first choice for investors in the world due to its strategic location and freedom to do business in modern world. Emirates has become ideal choice for companies and businessmen for setting up a company whether it is a free zone company in Emirates Free Zones, Head Office, Branch company, subsidiary company, representative office,Free Zones in UAE are over 45 where each emirate has different free zones issuing licenses to do business. Free Zones in Emirates / Free Zones in UAE are formed keeping in mind different categories and it would not be an easy task for you to choose the free zone among the list by just going through the name so right consultant assistance will help you in choosing right free zone while also getting the Resident Visa and bank account taken care of while you are doing your business. Most of the times Free Zone company and an Offshore company looks similar for the investors however, there are vast differences between the two types of companies. While Free Zone company enables shareholders, directors and employees to obtain residency visas in the UAE,

Dubai Free Zones

Dubai has almost more than 30 Free Zones, while some are under construction. Each and every Free Zone in Emirates or UAE is categorized or specialized to cater to one or more business categories and they offer licenses only to companies within those categories.

The main perk of establishing an entity in one of the UAE’s Emirates Free Zones is that company can be 100% owned by foreigner and all free zones are governed by their independent government body, Free Zone licensing authority issues the licenses and regulates the companies within the Free Zone.

Advantages of setting up company in Dubai Free Zones are:

  • • 100% foreign ownership
  • • 100% repatriation of capitals and profits
  • • Zero corporate and personal income taxes
  • • No currency restrictions
  • • Different types of business activities
  • • Easy documentation
  • • Fast registrations
  • • Well connected with Sea, Land & Air
  • • No physical office requirements
  • • Prompt responsive authorities
  • • Multiple Visas options
  • • Corporate & Personal Bank Account
  • • Family sponsorship is hassle-free
  • • Freedom to do business
  • • VAT Exempted Zones
  • • Cost effective land and labor
  • • Lesser setup costs

Abu Dhabi Free Zones

Abu Dhabi is Capital of UAE and second most populous city after Dubai. The Capital gives equal opportunity to investors for Businesses. Well connected with Land Sea & Air, Abu Dhabi has easy business Setup solutions.

Our Experienced professionals will take you through the seamless business setup experience while keeping your needs in mind Process Normally Business Setup in Abu Dhabi takes 2 weeks in Total


The Documentation is simple

Passport, UAE Resident / Tourist Visa & Personal Details

Abu Dhabi is Governed by Mainland (ADED) as well as Free Zones which are

Ras al Khaimah Free Zones

RAK is one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The city of Ras Al Khaimah, sometimes simply abbreviated to RAK or RAK City, is the capital of the emirate and home to most of the emirate's residents. It is linked to the medieval trading port of Julfar.

Free Zones in Ras Al Khaimah (RAK)

Sharjah Free Zones

Sharjah is one of the populous Emirate in UAE. Mainland is governed by the Government and has several government institutions like SEWA, SDED, Etisalat, DU, Sharjah Municipality. It is considered as the shipping sector of the country and has created an industrial base for the United Arab Emirates.

During recent times, Sharjah Free Zones has not limited to only these sectors and has a wide outreach. The Sharjah Government has taken proactive steps to bring Investors & Foreign Investment to build unlimited advantages for the business set up in Sharjah Free Zone.

The 3rd largest emirate by land area of the UAE and the only Emirate to have a land on the Persian Gulf & Gulf of Oman. The Constitutional ruling is spread over an area of 26000 kms, and has over 5 million investors and tourists annually. Sharjah is strategically located between Africa, Europe, and Asia, this Emirate has low crime rate and a fair judicial system.

Ajman Free Zones

Ajman is the smallest of the United Arab Emirates, covering only 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi). The city lies on the coast of the Persian Gulf and is home to majority of the emirate's population. In 2010, the population was 262,000, of which 16% was Emirati according to official statistics.

Ajman's economy is dominated by five sectors, manufacturing; construction; wholesale and retail; real estate and business services and transport, storage and communications. In 2012 these contributed some 82% of total GDP, with manufacturing (37%) and construction (15%) the two largest contributors. The three largest growth sectors in Ajman from 2010-2012 were social and personal services, which grew 6.4%, transport, storage and communication, which grew 5.1% and manufacturing, which grew 5% Some 78% of overall investment in Ajman in 2012 was concentrated in the real estate and government services, electricity and manufacturing.

Fujairah Free Zones

Fujairah City is the capital of the emirate of Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates, located on the Gulf of Oman (part of the Indian Ocean).

Fujairah City is the main business and commercial centre for the emirate, with tall office buildings (e.g., Fujairah Tower) lining Hamad Bin Abdulla Road, the main route into the city. The city's location provides direct access to the Indian Ocean for the United Arab Emirates, avoiding use of the Persian Gulf, which requires access via the Strait of Hormuz. The northern part of the waterfront has many cylindrical tanks for oil storage.

Fujairah has 3 Free Zones namely

Umm al Quwain Free Zones

Umm Al Quwain is one of the seven constituent emirates in the United Arab Emirates, located in the north of the country. It is the second smallest and least populous Emirate in the UAE. The closest body of water near it is the Persian Gulf. The emirate is ruled by Saud bin Rashid Al Mualla. The current crown prince is Rashid bin Saud bin Rashid Al Mua'lla, and the deputy ruler is Abdullah bin Rashid Al Mualla III. It had 72,000 inhabitants in 2007 and has an area of 770 km 2  (300 sq mi). The emirate consists in the main of the coastal city of Umm Al Quwain and the inland oasis town of Falaj Al Mualla, some 30 km (19 mi) from the coast.

Unlike some of its neighbours, Umm Al Quwain has not made any significant find of oil or gas in its territory and depends on revenue from hotels, parks and tourism, fisheries and general trading activities as well as the Umm Al Quwain Free Trade Zone (UAQFTZ) based at Port Ahmed Bin Rashid.

A number of government initiatives and strategies have been put in place to incentivize growth in trade and industrial activity in the emirate, including a 2018 move to reduce government fees to business and waive fines and violations levied against businesses which had not renewed their trade licenses.

Umm Al Quwain is governed by the Department of Economic Development providing licenses to various businesses engaging in Buying / Selling, Trading, Services, Warehousing, Manufacturing, Hospitality, Etc

Free Zones in Umm Al Quwain

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