FAQ


You can set up a company in Dubai as a mainland company, a free zone company, or an offshore company. Each has its own regulations and requirements, so it’s important to research and determine which type of company is best for your business.

The requirements for opening a company in Dubai can vary depending on the type of company you wish to establish, but generally you will need to submit the necessary documents, obtain a business licence, and have a physical address in the UAE. Contact KHO Business Consulting to help guide you through the process of opening a Dubai-based company.

Your company name must be unique and not already registered by another business in the UAE. You can check the availability of your desired name through the Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED).

The time it takes to open a company in Dubai can vary depending on the type of company you wish to establish and the completeness of your documents. However, it typically takes several weeks to several months. KHO Business Consulting can support you through the process of opening your company to ensure utmost efficiency and mitigate your burdens.

The costs involved in opening a company in Dubai can vary depending on the type of company you wish to establish and the services you require. You will need to pay for registration and licensing fees, visa fees, and other expenses such as office rent, utilities, and employee salaries. It is advisable to have a detailed business plan and budget before starting the process.

It depends on the type of company you wish to establish. If you are setting up a mainland company, you will need a local partner or a service agent. However, if you are setting up a free zone or an offshore company, you can own 100% of the company without a local partner.

To apply for a Golden Visa in the UAE, you will need to meet the eligibility criteria and submit an application through the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA). The eligibility criteria include meeting certain investment, talent, or academic criteria, and the application process involves submitting the necessary documents and paying the relevant fees. Contact KHO Business Consulting for more information and support in obtaining a Golden Visa.

Esaad card is a personal identification card issued by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) government to individuals who have been granted a Golden Visa. The card is a form of identification and allows holders to access certain government services and facilities. The Esaad card contains biometric data and other personal information about the cardholder, and is considered an important document for Golden Visa holders in the UAE.

Yes, you can open a bank account in Dubai for your business. However, the process and requirements may vary depending on the bank and the type of company you have. You will typically need to provide the necessary documents, such as proof of identity, proof of address, and company registration documents. KHO Business Consulting has a vast network in financial institutions to support any foreign or local business opening a bank account in Dubai or across the UAE.

To apply for residency in the UAE, you will need to meet the eligibility criteria and submit an application through the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA). The eligibility criteria vary depending on the type of residency visa you wish to apply for, such as employment, investment, or family sponsorship. Generally, you will need to provide the necessary documents, such as a passport, proof of income, and a medical fitness certificate, and pay the relevant fees. Contact KHO Business Consulting for more information and support. Let us facilitate the process to save you the effort and time.