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Expo Visa Dubai | UAE simplifies driving license for Expo Visa visitors

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Dubai: The UAE has simplified the process of obtaining a driving license for those arriving on an Expo Visa. Holders of licenses in the home country will get concessions including training.

Expo visa holders can take the final test for the license in person. If you pass the test, you will get the license on the same day. The RTA office was opened at the Expo as part of the simplification of procedures.

Driving training time for diplomatic staff has been reduced from 20 hours to 10 hours. Training can be completed within 5 working days.

Holders of driving licenses in 34 countries, including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, UK and Canada, do not need a UAE license.

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Visitors from these countries do not need to apply for a UAE license. If it is a residence visa, a license is required.

UAE Ranked Fourth | The UAE is the fourth best country in the world to live and work

The UAE is the fourth best country in the world to live and work. The UAE has moved up 10 places from the old rankings. Currently, the UAE ranks fourth behind Switzerland, Australia and New Zealand.

This is according to HSBC’s 14th annual Expat Explorer study. The survey included 20,000 people living and working abroad. Eighty-two percent of those surveyed said they were optimistic that their lives would be more normal and stable over the next 12 months.

In addition, 53 percent expect an increase in their income and a better life-and-employment balance. Even globally, it averages 35 percent, compared to 53 percent in the UAE. It is noteworthy that such a response was received during the time of the global epidemic.

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From the Gulf countries, Bahrain and Qatar are ranked eighth and tenth respectively. The UAE is attracting the largest number of expatriates due to rising incomes, career growth and improved living standards. It is the standard of living in the UAE that drives expatriates to stay in the UAE longer. Eighty-six percent said living standards in the UAE were better than in their own country.

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