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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Real estate investors can now apply through an electronic platform of the electronic real estate residency system, for 6 residency services, including the golden residency for a real estate investor for 10 years, a residency for a real estate investor for two years, family residency, parental residency, retiree residency, in addition to a medical examination service.
The electronic real estate residency system stems from the importance that Dubai Land Department (DLD) gives to strengthen partnership with the private sector in light of the directives of the wise leadership represented in the Dubai Economic Agenda D33, which was announced by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
The electronic real estate residence system provides a service for receiving applications for real estate visa for investors through the electronic platform (https://dldcube.com) which is available in many languages including Arabic, English, Russian, Persian, and Chinese, in addition to providing the feature of tracking applications electronically, and automating service requirements by 100%, besides providing a video call feature to answer all inquiries.
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