Major changes in Visa Polices for UAE Residents & Tourists

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TOP 6 countries where getting Nationality/citizenship is impossible. Number 6. Iran Believe it or not, Iran is also on the list of 6 hardest countries to immigrate into. But like many countries, Iran also doesn’t support dual citizenship which means if you manage to immigrate there you will have to give up your current citizenship permanently. But if you don’t want to, exceptions can be made. You can inform Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and you may get the permission to keep both citizenships. Number 5. Germany Germany is one of the most popular countries for immigration on our list of hardest countries to immigrate into. But in order to become a German, you will have to live there 8 years before applying for citizenship. Also, you have to fulfill certain conditions like a valid residency permit, have no criminal record, pledge an oath to the German constitution, and give up on your former citizenship. .com Shutterstock.com Number 4. Japan The number four on our list of hardest countries to immigrate into is Japan that doesn’t support foreign people working in their territory. Even though they are in desperate need for labor workers, Japan is still holding on to their no-immigration workers. If you live in Japan for five years, only then with the approval of the Minister of Justice you can apply for Japanese citizenship. But in order to apply for their citizenship, you must give a lot of information about your personal life. Number 3. United States The United States opened their doors a while ago to skilled and educated people. But for those who have lower education level, you will have to go through a very strict and long process for citizenship. If you want to live in the United States, you will need a permanent residence or a green card. The United States also offers a lottery for some countries to win a green card. In order to apply for a citizenship, you must live in the United States for at least five years. This is why most people decide to marry a stranger in order to get documents in a short time. Or if you’re like me, thank God that your parents moved to the US. Then thank God that your husband decided to move to the US. Then thank God that the US exists and that it drew these two random families to it and led to the creation of the two most perfect people God ever knew – my kids. Copyright: Number 2. Switzerland If you lived for more than 12 years in Switzerland, in one of the hardest countries to immigrate into, you can apply for their citizenship. Before you do, you should learn as much as you can about their history and culture. You also have to make a concerted effort to integrate into their society. You have to totally adopt their traditions and culture while you’re there. Be Swiss, and you get to be Swiss! Number 1. Austria If you want to become Austrian citizen, you must fully commit to it. You will have to live there between 15 to 30 years before you can apply for their citizenship. This long process might be worth it because of their developed economic, politic and health systems. So, friends how was this video ,if you like this video please subscribe my channel and press a bell icon. Running Waters by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/

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Sheikh Mohammed, the Vice President of UAE introduced new visa system for residents and tourists. All changes are said to be implemented by the end of 2018. Read more: http://bit.ly/2My8LPr

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